Teaching resources for Boy Giant by Michael Morpurgo

14th October 2019

An insightful pack of teaching resources created by the experts at Teach Primary offering suggestions
for how to use Boy Giant: Son of Gulliver by the much-loved storyteller, Sir Michael Morpurgo, in the classroom.

From story mash-ups and imagination exploring, to modelling Lilliput and investigating
conflict resolution, there’s a wealth of ideas in this pack, all perfect for KS2 classes.

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