Learning about Shadows with The Gruffalo's Child | Inspiration Laboratories
Julia Donaldson is our featured author this month for the Virtual Book Club for Kids. We used The Gruffalo's Child to learn about shadows.
Austin's Gruffalo birthday party - the games
Well, there was really only one game (apart from "Mouse Mouse Gruffalo", a version of "Duck Duck Goose"), and that was "Stick the Wart on ...
The Gruffalo goes in and out of favour in our house (apparently the Gruffalo is sometimes too scary to read!) But I love this fantastic story and as it's currently in favour we had a go at The Imagination Tree's Gruffalo Play Dough with some chocolate play dough (recipe also from The Imagination Tree) We read the story all together and then Little Chick set about looking through the book and looking at the pictures describing the Gruffalo. We then raided the cupboards for things that we…
The Gruffalo Rhyming Tic-Tac-Toe–Virtual Book Club for Kids - Royal Baloo
The Gruffalo is possibly one of our favorite books. The boys love the story line … The Gruffalo Rhyming Tic-Tac-Toe–Virtual Book Club for Kids Read More »
The Gruffalo's Favourite Food - Craft Activities
Are you a fan of The Gruffalo story? Ever fancied making scrambled snake or owl ice cream? Then these crafts are for you! Here are 3 simple activities great for exploring the creative concoctions featured in the book. For starters here's our Scrambled Snake, simple to make & fun to serve up on a plate. We used scraps of wool, thin scraps of material, PVA (gloopy) glue, a paper cup, paper plate & teaspoon. First we decorated the paper plate, then set about creating our snake recipe. Minnie…