Character Description Interactive Writing Template to Support Teaching on James and the Giant Peach

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These character description interactive templates are perfect for your lesson - with illustrations of the characters on each, simply cut and glue into their books and have them follow the instructions. Easy!
This resource is available in Standard, Colourless and Editable.
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