Watch this Youtube video for some inspiration: Ask children to think of more examples of alliteration Marvellous Medicine, Grumpy Grandma What rules do they have to follow? Who has had the all-time best baby-sitters… And whose baby-sitters have been the all-time worst?
Cover and let steep 5 minutes. These could be written around pictures of them. Retell the story using expression and thinking about the performance. Which size container might George need to make a new medicine? Science Look at different types of materials Ask your students to write down a funny, crazy, frustrating, or interesting story about a baby-sitting experience they have had.
English Write a character profile for George and his grandma. Maths Look at the capacity of different containers Use this video for inspiration: What other poisonous substances do your students know to avoid? Which ones would melt? PSHE Think about the feelings of each character George, his mum, his dad, his grandma, the animals as the story progresses and what they think by the end.
Can they make up a title for a new book which includes alliteration? What do they do to our bodies? First Aid George mixes all sorts of ingredients into his medicine, including paint, antifreeze, and medicine for animals. Encourage your students to write about their own funny or interesting experiences with baby-sitters.
Think of words and phrases to describe the characters in the story. Garnish with orange slices stuck with cloves. Point of View Begin this exercise by asking your students two questions, to respond to orally or to write down their answers:George's Marvellous Medicine Reading Activity - I like the way this compares and Find this Pin and more on Ideas by Paradise Garrett.
This Double Bubble map is an active learning strategy that enables the reader to compare and contrast two main characters. George’s Marvellous Medicine lesson plans. Get your class to create recipes for their own perilous potions in these marvellous YPO lesson plans which include PSHE and Literacy Objectives on the power of words, exciting writing and mixed feelings.
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George's Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl is a great book for a class reader. We have lots of cross-curricular teaching ideas you can use with it here!
An updated Y3/Y4 Literacy scheme of work and activities for each chapter of George's Marvellous Medicine to match the changes to the learning expectations of the new National Curriculum.
This scheme of work and activities have /5(48). Extended Writing Activity. Ask your students to rewrite the story as Grandma's Marvelous Medicine.
This time, Grandma is the narrator, and even though the important events will stay the same, it will certainly be a different story. Maybe she says or does things that George didn't even know about.
Encourage your students to be creative.Download