What should I wear for Book Week?

What should I wear for Book Week?

Classic Book Character Costumes

  • Gruffalo. This would not be a proper Book Week costume list without a mention of the Gruffalo.
  • BFG.
  • Harry Potter and Friends.
  • Alice In Wonderland White Rabbit House Costume.
  • Wizard of Oz Scarecrow.
  • Tin Man.
  • Where The Wild Things Are.
  • Mr Tumnus.

What does the hungry caterpillar eat?

The book mentions that the caterpillar ate apples, pears, plums, oranges, strawberries, chocolate cake, ice cream, a pickle, swiss cheese, salami, a lollipop, cherry pie, sausage, a cupcake, watermelon, and some leaves.

What should a 11 year old dress up for Book Week?

Enjoy these Halloween & Book Week costume ideas with some of your little one’s favourite characters!

  • Where’s Wally? An old time favourite, Where’s Wally!
  • The BFG.
  • Minecraft.
  • Harry Potter Characters.
  • Tintin.
  • I Spy.
  • Alice in Wonderland.
  • Peter Pan’s Shadow.

What should I dress up as for Book Character Day?

15 easy book character costumes for teachers

  • Where’s Waldo. I wouldn’t be surprised if most of you already have more than half of what’s needed for this costume.
  • Madeline.
  • Mary Poppins.
  • Professor Trelawney.
  • Max from Where The Wild Things Are.
  • Grouchy Ladybug.
  • Olivia the Pig.
  • White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland.

How do you make wearable butterfly wings?


  1. Draw the outline of butterfly wings onto a large piece of cardstock.
  2. Use a craft knife to cut out the butterfly wings.
  3. Cut four 1 centimetre (0.39 in) holes into the middle of the butterfly wings.
  4. Paint the front of the butterfly wings, if desired.
  5. Wait 2 hours for the paint to dry and then paint the other side.

What age is the Very Hungry Caterpillar appropriate for?

The story was written with children aged two to seven in mind, although parents are sure to enjoy it, too. Created for children ages two to seven, but suitable for all ages!

How many oranges did the hungry caterpillar eat?

Perhaps don’t let your little one eat the whole of the hungry caterpillars menu: “on Monday he ate one apple, on Tuesday he ate through two pears, on Wednesday he ate through three plums, on Thursday he ate through four strawberries, on Friday he ate through five oranges, on Saturday he ate through one piece of …