The Enormous Crocodile Colouring Pages

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  • Jul 23rd

    I have been reading the story to a group of Gr. 1s. I would like them to colour in the pictures, while they tell me what happened in the story using their own words.
    Thank you, the pictures are superb!

    • Jul 23rd

      Hi cherie1234,
      You're very welcome :)

  • May 22nd

    Thanks a lot!

  • Apr 18th

    Writing support KG

  • Feb 26th

    World Book Day

  • Jan 11th

    I would like to use it both for telling stories and introducing art conception

  • Nov 8th

    Our class reader is the Enormous Crocdile and I would like to use the animal templates to teach the technique used in Aboriginal Art.

  • Oct 15th

    I'm organizing a literary workshop for a group of students living in rural areas in Mendoza, Argentina :)))))

  • Oct 7th

    Homework

  • Oct 6th

    Homework

  • Sep 11th

    roald dahls birthday

  • Sep 9th

    reading the story and colouring in

  • Sep 9th

    I'll use them for an activity during the "literacy week" at our school

  • Jul 16th

    To finish a display of children's favourite books.

    • Jul 16th

      Hi julieann1964,
      That's a lovely idea - thanks for letting others know! :)

  • Jun 11th

    Culminating activity

    • Jun 11th

      Hi csweetipie,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

  • May 18th

    As a wrap up to lesson.

  • May 14th

    year 1

  • Apr 26th

    Sequencing; identifying and describing main characters in Year 2 Education Support.

  • Apr 18th

    Character descriptions; story map; sequencing and visual support for ESL learners.

  • Apr 18th

    Character description and visual support for L2 learners.

  • Apr 1st

    Speech

  • Mar 19th

    We are using this in a novel study of The Enormous Crocodile. Students will need to describe character traits and provide text evidence to support those traits. This is for third grade in the month of March.

  • Mar 1st

    story telling

  • Mar 1st

    character analysis

  • Feb 13th

    school lessons

  • Feb 12th

    for use as a retell activity

  • Feb 3rd

    Painting then retelling story after storytime

  • Jan 27th

    drawinglesson after reading the enourmous crocodile book

  • Jan 8th

    To use it with retell activity.

  • Jan 4th

    homework

  • Nov 6th

    Class display

  • Nov 3rd

    class mural

  • Sep 26th

    reception class colouring

The Enormous Crocodile Colouring Pages

The Enormous Crocodile Colouring Pages - This handy set of colouring pages 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 topic and perfect for wet play!
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