Character Body Book Report Projects: This is an example of a Mr. Twit character project (from “The Twits” written by Roald Dahl) that was designed by one of my students. The student wrote a description inside the vest area and glued adjectives that describe Mr. Twit. on the outside of his arms and legs. Directions and templates for assembling these fun “character body book report projects” are available on Unique Teaching Resources.
What a lot of hairy-faced men there are around these days - and in Movember you may spy more Twits than usual. Use the template to make your very own twit beard and tie it on with some elastic or string. You could colour it in or make it really disgusting with bits of wool, dried pasta and cornflakes just like Mr Twit in Roald Dahl's story. If you make this with your chiddlers then tweet your pictures to @puffinbooks!
The Twits Workbook has comic style worksheets and novel study activities for the story by Roald Dahl. There are 20 pages. It includes; cover page with a prediction activity, vocabulary (4 pages), questions (5 pages), alliteration (1 page), diamante poem (1 page), puzzles (2 pages), describe the characters (1 page) and make a comic (1 page). A blank vocabulary template and answer the questions template is included so you can write in your own content. It includes the answers to the two puzzle…
The Twits (Roald Dahl) is a brilliant KS1/2 Literacy scheme of work featuring a series of detailed four part lessons designed to enhance and develop pupil reading and understanding skills. KS1/2 Literacy Teaching Resources: The Twits (Roald Dahl) covers the key areas required by the National Curriculum and includes a wide range of activities and lessons for pupils of all abilities.
Tricksters.... don't miss the new HOUSE OF TWITS app! Explore the Twits’ house, including the filthy kitchen, Mr Twit’s shed and even the ghastly bathroom. YUCK! PLUS there are loads of secret ways to score Trick Points but you’ll have to find those for yourself... in an app store near you.