The BFG (Colour Edition) by Roald Dahl Summary
'Human beans is not really believing in giants, is they? Human beans is not thinking we exist.' On a dark, silvery moonlit night, Sophie is snatched from her bed by a giant. Luckily it is the Big Friendly Giant, the BFG, who only eats snozzcumbers and glugs frobscottle. But there are other giants in Giant Country. Fifty foot brutes who gallop far and wide every night to find human beans to eat. Can Sophie and her friend the BFG stop them?
The BFG - Literature Kit Gr. 3-4 by Chad Ibbotson Summary
Let your heart be warmed by this unlikely tale of friendship and overcoming the odds. Offer a variety of options to review the material, from pre-reading to post-reading activities. Predict what will happen in the story prior to reading the events. Put events in order that they happened when Sophie came up with a plan to stop the giants. Find the synonym that matches the underlined vocabulary word in a sentence. Describe the BFG's movements in the shadows from Sophie's perspective. Students reflect on how the story ends and create their own giant to live in this world. List the characters and ways they were touched by dreams in a Dreamcatcher Graphic Organizer. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, additional crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included. About the Novel: The BFG is an incredible story about man-eating giants and one girl's plan to stop them for good. Sophie is a young orphan girl living in England. One night she is having a hard time sleeping. Deciding to sneak to the window and look out at the dark streets, Sophie sees something strange. An extremely tall man, sneaking about and looking into the upstairs windows of each home he passes. This man suddenly turns and sees Sophie. Attempting to hide under the covers of her bed, Sophie is quickly snatched up and taken to a strange world called Giant Country. There she meets her captor, the Big Friendly Giant. Sophie soon learns the horrifying truth of what happens every night around the world, and soon comes up with a risky plan to save all humans from the giants.
Le bon gros géant by Roald Dahl Summary
Sophie ne rêve pas, cette nuit-là, quand elle aperçoit de sa fenêtre de l'orphelinat une silhouette immense vêtue d'une cape noire et munie d'une curieuse trompette. Une main énorme s'approche et la saisit. Et Sophie est emmenée au pays des géants. Terrifiée, elle se demande de quelle façon elle va être dévorée. Mais la petite fille est tombée entre les mains d'un géant peu ordinaire : c'est le B.G.G., le Bon Gros Géant, qui se nourrit de légumes, et souffle des rêves dans les chambres des enfants...
Classworks - Literacy Year 3 by Carolyn Bray Summary
'Classworks Literacy' teacher's resource books contain exemplified units of work for teaching literacy in school. Each book covers a wide range of fiction, poetry and non-fiction and includes comprehensive notes and practical ideas for teaching, all in a user-friendly format.
Grammar First by Ray Barker,Christine Moorcroft Summary
The Grammar First series examines modelled text to illustrate grammatical rules. The texts encourage students to apply the grammar they learn and to consolidate it in their writing across all curriculum subjects. Each text is accompanied by three categories of activity: - Read on!, - Write on! and - Over to you!
The GFG: The Guid Freendly Giant by Roald Dahl Summary
To celebrate the Roald Dahl centenary, we've translated one of Dahl's best-loved books into Scots for the very first time. And with the Spielberg movie also coming out this summer, this addition to Dahl Scots will be hugely popular, taking a new look at a hugely popular modern classic. I is the GUID FREENDLY GIANT! I is the GFG. Ae nicht, sophy is wheeched fae her bed in the orphanage by the muckle haund o a giant. Lucky for her, it belangs tae the Guid Freendly Giant. The GFG disna eat wee lassies. He jist eats footsie feechcumbers an drinks fuzzleglog. But there are ither giants that are no sae freendly an that snashter up slaversome human beans for their tea. Read Susan Rennie's new translation tae find oot if Sophy an her new freend can think on a sleekit ploy tae stap the likes o the Bluidsqueesher, the Girslegorbler, the Slaistermaister, an their hail ugsome clan!
The Bfg - El Gran Gigante Bonachon (Mti) / The Bfg by Roald Dahl Summary
The BFG--Big Friendly Giant--kidnaps Sophie from her bed in the orphanage and takes her back to Giantland where she becomes involved in a scheme to end the loathsome activities of nine evil giants. El BFG (Big Friendly Giant) - el gran gigante bonachaon - saca a Sophie de su cama en el orfanato y la lleva a Giantland (el paais de los gigantes), en donde se ve envuelta en una intriga para acabar con las detestables actividades de nueve malvados gigantes.
Roald Dahl by Chris Powling Summary
Roald Dahl is undoubtedly a huge figure in children's literature and one whom inspires much loyalty and love. He is a favourite not just in the classroom but is one of the few authors that children will actually spend their pocket money on This mixture of text and photographs tells about Dahl's own childhood and what inspired him to become a writer of children's books
The Bfg's Gloriumptious Journal by Roald Dahl Summary
Based on Roald Dahl's The BFG, this journal is the perfect place for imaginative children to record all their dreams and ideas. The pages of this journal feature Quentin Blake's art from the original story, and are full of fun writing and drawing prompts to help spark readers' imaginations. Whether they're inventing new recipes for snozzcumbers, or describing the contents of the BFG's bottled dreams, children will have hours of enjoyment with Sophie and the BFG.
Wood Plays: 2 by David Wood Summary
If there is anyone who should be the children's playwright laureate it is David Wood' (Evening Standard) The Owl and the Pussycat Went to See - '... the funniest, prettiest and most melodious children's show I have ever seen' (Guardian); The BFG - 'Any child not delighted by the BFG must have a head filled with squashed flies, and deserves to be fed for a year on disgustatious snozzcumbers' (Guardian); The Plotters of Cabbage Patch Corner - 'A milestone in children's entertainment' (Theatre Review); Save the Human - 'A first-rate show, it's colourful, entertaining and thought-provoking' (Sunderland Echo)