This packet contains a variety of language activities that can be used with The Little Red Riding Hood story. These activities are designed for children with a pre-k/K language level. Here’s a detailed look at what is included in the packet:
Yes/No Questions: 18 yes/no questions about the story.
Comprehension Questions with Choices: 16 different comprehension questions. Each question has 3 pictures choices for answers. I tried to keep the picture choices general for some questions because there are several different versions of this story.
Pictures for Story Retell: Cut out the pictures and let your students retell the story. You can glue the pictures to popsicle sticks or attach Velcro/magnets to the back.
Safe vs. Not Safe Sort: Your students sort situations into “safe” or “not safe” categories. There are 20 different situations.
Healthy vs. Treats Sort: Your students sort foods into “healthy” or “treats” picnic baskets. There are 40 different food pictures.
What do you see or hear?: Little Red Riding Hood asks students what they might see and hear in certain places. There are 18 different cards.
Positional Concepts Cards: There are flashcards that target the positional concepts “over, under, in front, behind, beside between.” There are 24 cards.
Forest Animal Lotto Game: There are 8 forest animals featured on Lotto cards (4 cards included) as well as calling cards that describe the animals. There is also a writing prompt page so that students can describe their own forest animal.
Barrier Game: There is a scene with 4 characters for students to use with barrier game activities. There are 16 different 1-step direction cards and 16 different 2-step direction cards included.
More/Fewer Practice: These flashcards ask students which character has “more” or which character has “fewer.” There are 12 cards.
Pronoun Practice: Students use pictures of foods and objects that Little Red Riding Hood might need for a picnic to complete the sentences “She has a ____________,” “He has a __________,” or “They have a __________.”
Open-ended Dot Sheets: There are 4 different dot worksheets that can be used as reinforcement pages during a variety of activities.