|There was once a friendly giant||Drum sound||Bang on drums with your child saying ‘B.F.G’ on each beat.|
|The giant blew kind dreams into children’s windows||Fan/bubbles
Light coloured material
Use a light piece of coloured material over a torch, track from right to left, up and down and in circles.
Use the fan/bubbles to simulate blowing dreams.
|The giant made bad dreams pop!||Creepy music – Halloween music||Take it in turns with your child to make popping noises. Saying 1,2,3 pop! Tap your child’s leg in time with the countdown.|
|He was a good giant. He ate nasty snozzcubers and drank frobscottle.||Slupring drink sound||Cucumber massage! Massage on hands and arms. Vary movement and pressure. Encourage your child to explore it in a way that is most meaningful using their preferred senses.|
|The frobscottle had bubbles in that made him whizzpop!||Whizzpopper song YouTube||Press Whoopee cushions or deflate balloons to make noises. Get others to join in!|
|But bad giants were eating children! The BFG asked the Queen to help. The Queen rang people who could help.||Royal music||Trying on crowns/hats, looking in the mirror and exploring them.|
|They got a helicopter to carry the bad giants and drop them in a black hole.||Helicopter noise
|Tracking light moving around the room. Use a small fan around head of your child, encourage tracking skills.|
|The giant lived in a nice castle near the Queen||Happy music||Say ‘hurray’ with your child and celebrate!|