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Resource to help you when reading the classic children's picture book The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson. It provides you with the signs you need, together with a few symbols, to help children to talk about the story and take part.
Makaton line drawings of signs for afraid, amazing, astounding, all right, behind, black, bread, by, call, claws, come, creature, crumble, delicious, didn't, eyes, everyone, favourite, feet on the path, fled, frightfully nice of you, food, having a feast, found, fox, go, good, goodbye, Gruffalo, have lunch, have tea, hear, help, here, hid, hiss, hoot, house, I, ice cream, knees, know, lake, laughing, me, meet, mouse, no, nose, nut, off (go), on went, orange, owl, prickles, purple, quiet, roasted, saw, scariest creature, scrambled snake, snake, stream, stroll, taste, teeth, terribly kind of you, through, toes, told, tongue, tummy, tusks, what?, where?, who?, why?, with, wonderfully good of you, wood, you, and you see.
Makaton symbols for fox, goodbye, Gruffalo, know, mouse, owl, snake, what, and you.
Julia Donaldson, author of The Gruffalo, sings and signs The Gruffalo Song, accompanied by her husband Malcolm.