Draw Your Own Terrible Creature Gruffalo


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  • 3 days ago

    To be used as an independent activity during reading groups.

  • Jul 18th

    for 6 year old reading class

  • Jun 8th

    KS1 literacy lesson plan

  • Apr 16th

    Nursery children

  • Apr 11th

    special needs preschoolers

  • Mar 12th

    it was verry good for year two

  • Feb 2nd

    My book club with years 1 and 2

  • Feb 2nd

    using this resource for the children at the nursery i work in for our theme on stories

  • Jan 25th

    practising description

  • Oct 20th

    For our school topic Up in the Air/The Weather.

  • Sep 29th

    Literacy atcivity

  • Sep 14th

    great fun for children

  • Sep 2nd

    great for a lower ability guided reading activity! Thank you

  • Aug 16th

    Ideal para enseñar sobre el miedo a los monstruos y la osucridad.

  • Aug 6th

    For story sacks!

  • Jul 30th

    Thank-you - this is perfect as a follow up activity for my beautiful kids!

  • Jul 24th

    Excellent! Thanks

    • Jul 24th

      Hi socolovskim,
      You're very welcome! Thank you for commenting :)

  • Jul 1st

    Gruffalo-themed English workshop for French children.

  • Jun 21st


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    • Jun 11th

      Hi mskarenchan,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

  • Jun 9th

    Very useful. thanks

    • Jun 9th

      You're welcome amarga. :)

  • Jun 7th

    I am using this resource to encourage students to think creatively. I will also have students create a short story about their creature.

    • Jun 7th

      Hi gabstatori, I hope this resource helps, thanks for sharing your ideas. :)

  • Jun 2nd

    part of a Day Camp activity for preschoolers

    • Jun 2nd

      Hi CarolineYaxley, great idea, thanks for sharing. :)

  • Jun 1st

    This rescouce is going to be used to develop my classes creativity after thinking about the exciting alliteration and describing words used for The Gruffalo

    • Jun 1st

      Hi there rachael19! That sounds brilliant! I hope you get good use out of it!

  • Apr 30th


  • Apr 15th

    I will use this resource to have my kindergarten student use their imaginations!

  • Mar 19th

    I'm the mystery reader at my son's first grade class. I want to use this as an activity.

  • Mar 19th

    Activity for Rainbow sleepover

  • Mar 4th

    Helping students with their writing and creative thinking!!

  • Feb 19th

    love it

  • Feb 1st

    lesson plan

  • Feb 1st

    Appreciation of books lesson

  • Jan 27th


  • Jan 20th

    For the national storytelling week as a resource and to put in the library to encourage children to use their imagination and become involved in the story.

  • Jan 19th

    Primary 1 class to describe the character.
    oral and written in many forms

  • Jan 14th

    role play area

  • Jan 6th

    small booster group.

  • Jan 5th

    Planning a lesson

  • Dec 30th

    as part of topic on monsters...

  • Dec 14th

    For the children to complete

  • Oct 6th

    Brilliant - thank you!

Draw Your Own Terrible Creature Gruffalo

Draw Your Own Terrible Creature Gruffalo - A useful template that allows your c hildren to draw their own terrible creature - perfect for encouraging your children to be creative

Why not also check out our lovely the gruffalo resources?

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    • Twinkl updated the Main Version on Jul 15th
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