George is alone again with his Grandma. Most Grandmas are sweet and friendly — but not George's Grandma! She's nasty, she yells at George all the time, and she might even be a witch! Help students engage with the novel by Roald Dahl through creative activities.

George is alone again with his Grandma. Most Grandmas are sweet and friendly — but not George's Grandma! She's nasty, she yells at George all the time, and she might even be a witch! Help students engage with the novel by Roald Dahl through creative activities.

I absolutely loved the book, and when I read it I would burst into laughter. This is the second time that I have read this book, and I still enjoy reading it.

My favourite character was George because he was very inventive and brave in making the marvellous medicine. My second favourite character was Mr. Kranky because he wanted to make the marvellous medicine again. They thought they had got every ingredient but they were always missing something out, so he had to go back and forth to the supermarket.

My least favourite character was Grandma because she was nasty, cruel, disrespectful, selfish, and grumpy to George. Poor George was left alone with his horrible and selfish grandma who ordered him about.

The whole book has been abridged to allow it to be accessed by students working in a mainstream classroom. The plot line is kept but the more obscure vocabulary has been simplified. After each chapter there are comprehension/language awareness activities. It can be used in a number of ways:- at home prior to class in preparation for reading the original version in the lesson- homework: extra reading practice - to be worked through with specialist teacher in withdrawal situations-etc etc

The Share My Lesson English Language Arts Team has brought together a diverse range of free teaching resources for you to use in your classroom. After you’ve downloaded them, why not add a review or a rating so that other teachers can find out how to make the most of these resources.

George is alone again with his Grandma. Most Grandmas are sweet and friendly — but not George's Grandma! She's nasty, she yells at George all the time, and she might even be a witch! Help students engage with the novel by Roald Dahl through creative activities.

I absolutely loved the book, and when I read it I would burst into laughter. This is the second time that I have read this book, and I still enjoy reading it.

My favourite character was George because he was very inventive and brave in making the marvellous medicine. My second favourite character was Mr. Kranky because he wanted to make the marvellous medicine again. They thought they had got every ingredient but they were always missing something out, so he had to go back and forth to the supermarket.

My least favourite character was Grandma because she was nasty, cruel, disrespectful, selfish, and grumpy to George. Poor George was left alone with his horrible and selfish grandma who ordered him about.

George is alone again with his Grandma. Most Grandmas are sweet and friendly — but not George's Grandma! She's nasty, she yells at George all the time, and she might even be a witch! Help students engage with the novel by Roald Dahl through creative activities.

I absolutely loved the book, and when I read it I would burst into laughter. This is the second time that I have read this book, and I still enjoy reading it.

My favourite character was George because he was very inventive and brave in making the marvellous medicine. My second favourite character was Mr. Kranky because he wanted to make the marvellous medicine again. They thought they had got every ingredient but they were always missing something out, so he had to go back and forth to the supermarket.

My least favourite character was Grandma because she was nasty, cruel, disrespectful, selfish, and grumpy to George. Poor George was left alone with his horrible and selfish grandma who ordered him about.

The whole book has been abridged to allow it to be accessed by students working in a mainstream classroom. The plot line is kept but the more obscure vocabulary has been simplified. After each chapter there are comprehension/language awareness activities. It can be used in a number of ways:- at home prior to class in preparation for reading the original version in the lesson- homework: extra reading practice - to be worked through with specialist teacher in withdrawal situations-etc etc

The Share My Lesson English Language Arts Team has brought together a diverse range of free teaching resources for you to use in your classroom. After you’ve downloaded them, why not add a review or a rating so that other teachers can find out how to make the most of these resources.

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The Birmingham Stage Company presents
George’s Marvellous Medicine
by Roald Dahl adapted by David Wood

Birmingham Stage Company present Roald Dahl’s amazing story about a young boy who makes a marvellous new medicine to cure his grandmother of her terrifying temper.
But when his grandmother drinks his special new potion, the most incredible things start to happen. And George’s adventure has just begun!... Read more >>

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