A simple worksheet where children have to choose whether is/are or was/were is appropriate. Based on 'The Twits' by Roald Dahl. *The children do not need to have read The Twits to complete this activity.
In House of Twits, Roald Dahl's most mischievous and revolting characters are back - rendered in for the first time ever! Explore the Twits’ house, including the disgusting bathroom and filthy kitchen, and play some fiendishly fun tricks on them.
Character Description Writing Frame to Support Teaching on The Twits - A fantastic resource featuring key adjectives and pictures of a number of characters, allowing your children to practice describing characters.
Word Mat to Support Teaching on The Twits - This word mat features key vocabulary from the story of 'The Twits'. Great as a prompt for retelling the story, and as a spelling reference during independent writing tasks.