The Gruffalo Story headband crafts for preschool

The Gruffalo - Preschool activities and crafts. Do you know the Gruffalo? The Gruffalo is a delightful children's book by writer and playwright Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Axel Scheffler.

The Gruffalo and Gruffalo's Child footprints. We made these because those 2 movies are always the movie choices in our house!

The Gruffalo and Gruffalo's Child footprints. We made these because those 2 movies are always the movie choices in our house!

The Feverish Feltist: Gruffalo DIY: Wooden spoon Gruffalo puppets

Julia Donaldson's Gruffalo is a story with lots of humor, cool rhymes and text. It is a great story to act out with funny voices. Check out these DIY: Wooden spoon Gruffalo puppets. How cute and easy for small hands to use!

Du kennst ihn nicht? Dann beschreib ich ihn Dir. Er hat schreckliche Hauer und schreckliche Klauen und schreckliche Zähne um Tiere zu kauen."

The Gruffalo on

Du kennst ihn nicht? Dann beschreib ich ihn Dir. Er hat schreckliche Hauer und schreckliche Klauen und schreckliche Zähne um Tiere zu kauen."

We made these fun Gruffalo bags before "The Gruffalo" on April 27, 2013 at NYU Skirball Center.

Gruffalo Puppets - for The Gruffalo - We made these fun Gruffalo bags before "The Gruffalo" on April 2013 at NYU Skirball Center.

Oh the  Gruffalo, don't you know there is no such a thing as a Gruffalo !

Julia Donaldson's books – in pictures

Gruffalo author Julia Donaldson is named as the new children's laureate, replacing Anthony Browne.

The Gruffalo puppet theatre

{Puppet Theatre}

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!

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