When the Gruffalo & friends came to school! - footprints, numeracy, measurement, non-standard measure, creative, maths, EYFS, Gruffalo. (Just done with cardboard cut outs of the characters footprints and baby talc sprinkled around them)

Print these footprints around the classroom - who is it? What clues do we have?

Would your little monsters love some monster feet? Well check out this crafting idea! 1.) Paint your 2 tissue boxes! Make sure to do this outside and place a cover on the floor to not get paint everywhere! Let them dry. 2.) Cut the toes using the sponge. 3.) Glue the toes onto the feet. A good old fashioned glue stick works, but the stronger the glue the more durable the toes! 4.) Let the little monsters roam around the house in their monstrous Gruffalo feet!

Would your little monsters love some monster feet? Well check out this crafting idea! 1.) Paint your 2 tissue boxes! Make sure to do this outside and place a cover on the floor to not get paint everywhere! Let them dry. 2.) Cut the toes using the sponge. 3.) Glue the toes onto the feet. A good old fashioned glue stick works, but the stronger the glue the more durable the toes! 4.) Let the little monsters roam around the house in their monstrous Gruffalo feet!

The Gruffalo classroom display photo - SparkleBox

British Columbia Kindergarten Language Arts - using new vocabulay from the Gruffalo in writing to demonstrate understanding that there is a connection between what is spoken and what is written down The Gruffalo classroom display photo - SparkleBox

Gruffalo Hunt from Rachel (",)

The Gruffalo

Why not try this for World Book Day and get your little monsters outdoor learning. Gruffalo Hunt from Rachel (",)

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