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Play dough Gruffalos from Rachel (",)

The Gruffalo! - Stimulating Learning

A few activities linked with the story, 'The Gruffalo', for the Early Years classroom - from Rachel (",)

Small world

Small world

Gruffalo party - loads of food ideas and activities

The Gruffalo Party

On Sunday we had Esther and William’s third birthday party. It was a Gruffalo Party with a touch of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt added in. The party was for friends and family and we held…

Would your little monsters love some monster feet? Well check out this crafting idea! 1.) Paint your 2 tissue boxes! Make sure to do this outside and place a cover on the floor to not get paint everywhere! Let them dry. 2.) Cut the toes using the sponge.  3.) Glue the toes onto the feet. A good old fashioned glue stick works, but the stronger the glue the more durable the toes! 4.) Let the little monsters roam around the house in their monstrous Gruffalo feet!

Would your little monsters love some monster feet? Well check out this crafting idea! 1.) Paint your 2 tissue boxes! Make sure to do this outside and place a cover on the floor to not get paint everywhere! Let them dry. 2.) Cut the toes using the sponge. 3.) Glue the toes onto the feet. A good old fashioned glue stick works, but the stronger the glue the more durable the toes! 4.) Let the little monsters roam around the house in their monstrous Gruffalo feet!

This is for a week on the challenges Paul faced.

Paper Plate Animals

One of my favourite craft activities is Paper Plate Craft for Kids! Here are a few from our animal paper plate craft collection. Snake Paper Plate What you will need: Large paper plate, yellow paint, silver card, small googly eyes, red card, glue, scissors and pencil. What you need to do: Paint the large paper plate with the yellow paint. Allow to dry. Draw a large swirl (in shape of snake) onto the plate and cut out with scissors. Glue eyes onto snakes head. Cut a tongue shape from the red…

Toddler Approved!: The Gruffalo {Julia Donaldson Virtual Book Club for Kids Blog Hop}

The Gruffalo {Julia Donaldson Virtual Book Club for Kids Blog Hop} - Toddler Approved

This month we are spotlighting books by Julia Donaldson for our Virtual Book Club for Kids. Julia has written so many excellent children's books that we had a hard time deciding which one to share with you for today's post. Since she is a new-to-us author, we decided to jump in and start with one ofContinue Reading

Gruffalo game from Rachel (",)

The Gruffalo! - Stimulating Learning

A few activities linked with the story, 'The Gruffalo', for the Early Years classroom - from Rachel (",)

What Makes Ice Melt Fastest? Use the Scientific Method in this learning activity and figure out how to save the Paw Patrol from the ice.

What Makes Ice Melt Fastest? Science Experiment - Raising Little Superheroes

What Makes Ice Melt Fastest? Use the Scientific Method in this learning activity and figure out how to save the Paw Patrol from the ice.

Retelling The Gruffalo - from Rachel (",)

Stimulating Learning - Stimulating Learning with Rachel (",)

Early Years activities from Rachel (",)

Set up a STEAM Building Challenge inspired by The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson

Log Pile House Building Challenge | Inspiration Laboratories

Set up a STEAM Building Challenge inspired by The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson

Shape animals: free printable dog craft shape activity

Shape animals: free printable dog craft shape activity - NurtureStore

In this fun, hands-on math activity children are invited to explore shapes, rotation, symmetry, size, orientation, colour, characterisation, abstract and representational art – all while having fun creating a super cute pooch! Shape animals: free printable dog craft shape activity This shape activity pairs well with lessons about the Chinese New […]

Cucinare i libri: la pizza Gruffalò

Cucinare i libri: la pizza Gruffalò

Ormai tutti sanno che Piccolo Furfante adora il Gruffalò, così tra un racconto e l'altro e una rima e l'altra, a Papà Ema è venuta una grande idea: cucinare i libri! Non sgranate gli occhi! :-) Non...

Make Gruffalo Tracks - from Toddler Approved (",)

Gruffalo Tracks and Gruffalo Product Review - Toddler Approved

This post is sponsored by The Gruffalo. This month we are spotlighting books by Julia Donaldson as part of our Virtual Book Club for Kids! We have spent the week creating and playing while we've been reading The Gruffalo. While watching The Gruffalo's Child we got an idea to make our own Gruffalo tracks. We grabbedContinue Reading