Book List – A list of different versions to read!
Title Page – To make a reading and writing response booklet.
Story Map – To use with any story.
Characters - Focus on describing one character from a story.
Setting – Use descriptive words to write about the setting of a story.
Cause and Effect – Write and/or draw two examples of cause and effect from the story (ex. Red screamed the hunter came and saved her).
My Favourite Story – Students choose their favourite story to write about.
Venn Diagram – Compare & contrast two different books (cut & paste the book pictures onto the Venn diagram before you photocopy).
Bubble Map – List facts or descriptions about the characters.
Then What..? – Students write what happens after the story ends.
Letters – Students write a letter to one of the characters from the perspective of Red Riding Hood or the Wolf.
What Did They Say? Cartoon – Students fill in the speech bubbles of the cartoon.
My Fractured Fairy Tale Story Map – Students write their own version of Red Riding Hood. They choose a boy or girl main character and an article of red clothing. They decide who the character is going to visit, who the tricky character is, and how the story ends.
My Fractured Fairy Tale Good Copy –Photocopy double-sided on 8x14” paper (flip on short side) and staple in the middle to make a good copy book.
Word Search – Just for fun!