Have “locks” of fun this year comparing the many different versions of “Goldilocks” with your class. Discover the difference in characters, events, endings and much more!
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Goldi Rocks and the Three Bears
Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas
Goatilocks and the Three Bears
Each of the four titles has the activities listed below.
-Story Retell: (A Read Aloud Play, Sequence of Events or Mini Foldable Book)
-Character Analysis: (Character Feelings and Mood)
-Grammar Game: (Adjective Memory Match, Verb Fill In, Spin the Simile Wheel, or Stirring Up Nouns)
-Expressive Writing: Reporting events as a news reporter for the local paper, create a comic strip with conversation, develop a wanted poster for the main character. (Focus on “third person” writing.)
-Venn Diagram: (Compare and Contrast the similarities and differences of two folktales)
-Answer Keys included
Classroom uses could include:
-Record the book being read aloud and place in a literacy center for students to complete.
-Give each small group one of the Goldilocks selections and have them complete the activities in a shared learning environment.
-Record the book being read aloud (by student or adult) on you tube, pod cast, etc and assign pages to be completed at home as a homework assignment.
-Complete each selection together in class. (whole group learning)