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The Gruffalo Colouring Sheets


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  • 5 hours ago

    Awesome ideas!

  • 2 days ago

    Good pictures!

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  • 5 days ago

    We are doing a unit of inquiry on books and a study of measurements in Maths for pre-K.. Therefore, I printed these images for coloring and measurements..

  • Apr 8th

    an extension activity

  • Apr 8th

    reading the story and colour some pictures

  • Apr 4th

    listening and talking follow up activity

  • Apr 1st

    telling the story to the children

  • Mar 26th

    follow up to reading the book

  • Mar 16th

    Telling the story to the children

  • Mar 13th

    retell of the Gruffalo

  • Mar 11th

    world book day at our local toddler group. xx

  • Mar 5th

    Next week theme.

  • Mar 4th

    world book day

  • Mar 3rd

    world book week. Wednesday theme is the gruffalo

  • Mar 3rd

    many thanks using for our topic The Gruffalo..

  • Mar 2nd

    world book day

  • Mar 1st

    World bookday

  • Feb 27th

    Preparation for world book day. Gruffalo DVD followed by colouring activities.

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  • Feb 21st


  • Feb 19th

    mark making to complement our gruffalo topic

  • Feb 11th

    WE are using these sheets to create a story board to practice retelling

  • Feb 11th

    to help children with additional needs interact with the story more and gain a better understanding of the story

  • Feb 10th

    creating a mouse using paint, wool, cotton wool

  • Feb 9th

    We are preparing a bulletin board for our school.

  • Feb 3rd


  • Feb 2nd

    Stoytelling after school club for primary 1.

  • Feb 2nd

    recognition and fine motor skill

  • Feb 1st


  • Jan 28th

    colouring flashcards

  • Jan 28th

    pattern to make felt puppets

  • Jan 27th

    colouring activity

  • Jan 27th


  • Jan 24th

    activities sheet

  • Jan 22nd

    Am using this resource to create a interactive display to enable children to recall the sequence of events/characters.

  • Jan 22nd

    have built a Gruffalo cave and the children are using the pictures to decorate it

  • Jan 20th

    For building a character in early years drama workshop.

  • Jan 20th

    felt board

  • Jan 14th

    for a display board

  • Jan 10th

    will be used for templates for a felt board story

  • Jan 7th

    read book and shadow puppets

  • Jan 7th

    read the book, colour sheets

  • Dec 21st, 2014

    after reading the book we are going to decorate and talk about the story and what the children remember

  • Dec 19th, 2014

    supporting literacy

  • Dec 14th, 2014

    gruffalo party

  • Dec 11th, 2014

    Gruffalo activity day-make a party bag

  • Nov 13th, 2014

    we will use these for a wall display

  • Oct 7th, 2014

    We will use these for a story board. Thank you!

  • Sep 26th, 2014

    We will use this resources to make felt puppets for role play. thanks much!

  • Jan 9th, 2014

    We will use this resource to make shadow stories

  • Apr 16th, 2012

    very nice!

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  • 2 days ago

    Finger puppets for preeschoolers would be very nice

The Gruffalo Colouring Sheets

The Gruffalo Colouring Sheets - This handy set of colouring sheets gives your children the opportunity to practise their colouring and fine motor skills, as well as giving them something lovely to take home with them or put up on display. Great for increasing familiarity with this story and perfect for wet play!
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