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‘The Gruffalo’ Story Prompts

The Gruffalo Story Prompts / Cut Outs

About This Primary Resource

A set of story prompts featuring the key characters and props from the Gruffalo story as well as a Gruffalo inspired backdrop.

Please note, this resource is 100% unofficial and contains original illustrations designed by a member of the ELHQ team. It has not been endorsed by the author or publisher in any way and has been created in order to support the teaching of a wonderful early years book. If you don’t already have a copy of The Gruffalo we would strongly recommend that you Purchase one as it really is a fantastic story!

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  1. yvonne

    Brilliant resource, it will bring the story alive. Thank you

  2. Florence

    Fantastic! Thank you very much!

  3. erin

    beautiful resource. thank you

  4. Stuart Graham

    I printed them on magnetic backed paper and cut them out. My grandson plays with them on the side of the fridge.He has all the books and soft toy characters.

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