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Smiffys David Walliams Deluxe Billionaire Boy Costume, Blu with Top, Trousers & Toilet Roll Accessory with, Officially Licensed David Walliams Fancy Dress, Child Dress Up Costumes

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Billionaire Boy has a ‘Postscript’ which gives information about what happened to the characters after the story ended. Could you write a postscript for your favourite books? Look at Mrs Trafe’s school dinner menu and discuss the items on it! Could you make your own healthy, balanced menu? Boys at St. Cuthbert’s School for Boys have to wear an Elizabethan ruff. Find out what this is and learn about other types of Elizabethan costume. Read Chapter 1 and look at the prices of some of the things that Joe has. How much are these items worth? Could you make some word problems which include the items and their values?

Yes, Joe has absolutely everything he could possibly want. But there’s just one thing he really needs: a friend… Teaching Ideas and Resources: English Another Walliams favourite is the popular Billionaire Boy and it's pretty simple to create your own Joe Spud. Investigate vocabulary linked to place value (e.g. unit, ten, hundred… million… billion). Compare the values. Investigate other words used to describe numbers, including fictitious ones (e.g. gazillion) – see this article for more information. Listen to the audiobook version of the story. Could you read and record your own version of the story?

In Chapters 13 and 17, Joe isn’t very nice when Bob tries to make friends again. Talk about other ways that he could have dealt with the situation. Raj explains that Joe’s dad is ‘an inspiration to all of us’. Discuss what is meant by inspiration and talk about who inspires you. If your child doesn't mind face painting then you can do that too, like 10-year-old Yousef Chowdhury did here.

The Paper Dolls features just that - so you can your own paper dolls - and wear a simple dress and cardigan as the little girl in the story. Lucy Filmore's daughter as The Paper Dolls The Boy In The Dress Probably Roald Dahl's most emulated World Book Day character is Matilda - the little girl with special powers and a love of books.He went as Dalmatian number 57 and was accompanied by his sister Safah, who dressed as Moana. Yousef Chowdhury as Dalmatian number 57 and his sister Safah Chowdhury as Moana (Image: UGC MEN) The Paper Dolls If you've got the Doh Nutters board game, you could always use the elephant mask from that. Or if you have any other animal onesie, then there's no end of books you could choose - The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Dear Zoo, Monkey Puzzle, you name it. The Slightly Annoying Elephant (Image: Manchester Evening News) Room on the Broom Watch this reading and interview with the author. Think of questions that you would like to ask David Walliams:

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