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'LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD'


'Little Red Riding Hood' (1881) by Carl Larsson

ACTIVITIES TO PRINT PICTURES
CARTOONS / COMIC STRIP POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS
EXAMPLES PRESENTATION
INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES SONGS
LESSON PLAN VIDEOS

(Created on 15/02/2016)

 

 

PRESENTATION:

 

EXAMPLES:

 

 

  • Little Red Riding Hood from 'Politically Correct Bedtime Stories' by James Finn Garner.
    (philip.greenspun.com)
  • The Werewolf (based on Little Red Riding Hood) by Angela Carter
    "A girl goes to visit her grandmother, but encounters a werewolf on the way, whose paw she cuts off with a knife. When she reaches her grandmother's house, the paw has turned into a hand with the grandmother's ring on it, and the grandmother is both delirious and missing her hand. This reveals the girl's grandmother as the werewolf, and she is stoned to death. The girl then inherits all of her grandmother's possessions.
    A closer look into the story might suggest that in fact the girl had set up her grandmother through a set of convenient lies, in order to gain her inheritance. For example the snow covering any evidence of a struggle with the wolf."

    (Wikipedia)

  • Sisters Red "is the second novel by Jackson Pearce and the first in a series of fairy tale-inspired books. The novel follows Scarlet and Rosie March, sisters who have devoted their lives to fighting the Fenris, werewolves that prey on helpless girls. Sisters Red is loosely based on Little Red Riding Hood and borrows several themes from the story."
    (Wikipedia)  

 

 

  • Little Red Riding Hood: A Newfangled Prairie Tale by Lisa Campbell Ernst
    "It's the story of the girl in the red hood — with an unpredictable plot twist. She pedals over to Grandma's with a tasty treat a hungry wolf wants for himself. But, he soon discovers that broad-shouldered, sharp-eyed, tractor-driving Grandma has no patience for pesky predators."

    (scholastic.com)

 

 

 

PICTURES:



ACTIVITIES TO PRINT:

 




POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS:

 

 

  • Red Riding Hood Traditional Tales Collection
    "This collection includes a storybook style PowerPoint presentation (you will need to click the pages for text and images to appear), a sequencing activity created with PowerPoint (to encourage retelling of the story as a group or individual), a themed vocabulary mat, 2 workbooks with symbol support and 3 other printables that can be used in the classroom to support work based on this story."
    (tes.com)

 


INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES:

  • Little Red Riding Hood
    Read the story (with an animation) and start the activity.

    Activity created by: Renée Maufroid (Ac. Lille)


 

LESSON PLAN:

  • Little Red Riding Hood
    (lancsngfl.ac.uk)

    Listen to the story.
    Sequencing Activity - N.L.S. Year 1/2 Term 2
    Find words to describe the characters from the story (Textease)
    Little Red Riding Hood Quiz - N.L.S. Year 2 Term 2
    Speech Bubbles - Match the speech bubbles to the characters. N.L.S. Year 2 , Term 2 (Textease)
    Write a letter to Grandma "Dear Granny"
    Words and Pictures Game - N.L.S. Year1 Term 2 (Textease)
    Rhyming words from the story N.L.S. Yr1 term 3. Yr2 Term 1,2,3
    Fairytale Writing Frames to print.
    Put the speech marks into the story N.L.S. Yr 2 Term 2
    Teachers' notes




COMIC STRIP / CARTOONS:



SONGS:

  • Little Red Riding Hood - The Animals
    (Youtube)
    + LYRICS:
    "Who's that I see walkin' in these woods?
    Why it's Little Red Riding Hood.

    Hey there Little Red Riding Hood,
    You sure are lookin' good,
    You're everything a big bad wolf could want."

    (en.musicplayon.com)

 

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