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Roald Dahl tops list of teachers' favourite authors, while Julia Donaldson's The Gruffalo wins best children's book

The BFG was one of my favourite books to read as a child. The way it was written and the way the characters are made are hard to copy which makes it a great book. The illustrations are amazing and the colour choice are appropriate too.

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from Science Sparks

Roald Dahl Themed Fine Motor Skill Activity Ideas

Fun Roald Dahl inspired fine motor control activity ideas. Includes Willy Wonka play dough, Mr Twit's wormy spaghetti and lots more.

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Boy by Roald Dahl Activities and Worksheets

Boy by Roald Dahl. These are fun activities that students can work through at their own pace. There are three versions: Lower Ability, Middle Ability and High Ability...

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Revolting Rhymes We've blogged about it and even included it in our Favourite Dahl poll. Have you voted for your favourite? http://lovetoreadtomyclass.wordpress.com/2012/09/07/what-a-difference-a-dahl-makes/

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from Rps5mc's Blog

The B.F.G.

After reading "The BFG" by Roald Dahl, your students would have fun creating their own dream jars.

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Roald Dahl border! Teacher's Pet - FREE Classroom Display Resources for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2)

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More about Boy: Roald Dahl's Tales from Childhood (Autobiography #1)