We love fairy tales! Over the years, we have learned that our kids often do not know the traditional fairy tales. We hope you and your students will enjoy learning all about fairy tales. We are concentrating on traditional fairy tales. Sometimes, we will throw in a popular remake or fractured fairy tale ideas. However, our focus is on teaching traditional fairy tale versions and adaptations.
We have created a unit about the Little Red Riding Hood story.
We hope you enjoy these Little Red Riding Hood story activities.
Included in this unit:
Book List of Suggested Readings
Little Red Riding Hood Word Bank (color and b/w version)
Little Red Riding Hood Sentences
Fairy Tale Elements
Vocabulary Cards (color and b/w versions) for Write the Room activity, or can be used as retelling cards. Write the Room recording sheet is part of this unit.
4 Graphic Organizers: adjectives, Grandma, Little Red Riding Hood and Wolf
5 Graphic Organizers to brainstorm: disguise, feeling sick, forests, grandmas and picnics
Label It: Grandma, Little Red Riding Hood, Wolf, Wolf in disguise and Woodcutter
Little Red Riding Hood Chatter: students define bouquet, cottage, disguise and hood
Who Am I?
My Mom/Dad/Teacher Always Says Flip Book
Character Connections: a cut and paste activity
This Story Reminds Me Of...: students can draw or write their thoughts
What’s My Nickname?
My Grandmother’s Basket/My Grandfather’s Basket
What Makes Grandmother Feel Better?: Students identify what makes Little Red Riding Hood’s Grandmother feel better.
When I Am Sick, I Want My: Students share what makes them feel better when they feel sick.
I Like to Visit: Students pick who they like to visit and give reasons to support their choice.
Little Red Riding Hood ABC Order printable: Students alphabetize words.
Little Red Riding Hood Scramble: Students unscramble letters to make words associated with the story.
Little Red Riding Hood Word Search
Wolf Graphic Organizer: Wolves are, can and eat chart.
Wolf KWL Chart
Just Like a Wolf: Students list animals with big ears, big eyes and a big mouth.
Wolf Fact and Opinion Activity: Students sort cards with facts or opinions about wolves. Recording sheets are provided.
If you love fairy tales as much as we do, take a look at:
A Unit Inspired by Hansel and Gretel
A Unit Inspired by The Frog Prince
A Unit Inspired by Strega Nona
A Unit Inspired by The Little Red Hen
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