Goldilocks and the Three Bears
My students were so excited to start this unit. Most of them knew the story of Goldilocks, however they had never heard the story Dusty Locks and the Three Bears. The story is an amazing show of voice. The vocabulary and wise sayings made the story comical and fun. I also read Believe Me, Goldilock Rocks! This story is read in the point of view of Baby Bear.
This unit is packed with many activities, including a bag book, that will enhance your Goldilocks unit and make it fun and engaging. You will need a version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Dusty Locks and the Three Bears and Believe Me, Goldilocks Rocks!.
This unit includes…
-Posters explaining standards and how to search the text.
-Graphic Organizer linking the actions of Red Riding Hood to following rules in Social Studies.
-Retelling Cube for Goldilocks and the Three Bears
-Bubble maps describing character traits.
-Venn Diagrams comparing stories
-Two types of flap books describing the point of view and voice.
-A four square graphic organizer for each story and flap books describing story structure.
-A flap book describing the character response to events in the story.
-Paper bag book instructions and activities. There are several ways you can organize the bag book. It depends on your unit. You can compare and contrast each story. You could also compare and contrast the two stories, then include the book Honestly, Red Riding Hood was Rotten. This will allow you to teach point of view.
Please check out my other fairy tale units.
Thanks! Kay De Aguiar from Teaching on the Sunny Side
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