Little Red Riding Hood and Book Activities
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Little Red Riding Hood Book
Little Red Riding Hood is trying on her way to visit her grandmother when she meets a wolf in the woods. The cunning wolf dashes ahead of the girl and makes himself a grandmother imposter to trick the girl. But, a passing woodsman hears the ruckus in the house and saves the day.
Little Red Riding Hood Activities
Build phonological awareness with these two free printable (see below) activities.
Activity 1: Basket Push
Place three small tokens under the basket. Call out a three phoneme word. Have students break the word/segment into phonemes and push a token into the basket for each phoneme.
Examples of three phoneme words:
Cat, Chip, Book,
Pig, Tack, Knot,
Bun, Fish, Thin
Activity 2: Pick a Flower for Grandma
Skill: Syllable Counting
Pick a flower. Name the image. Clap the syllables/word parts. Place the flower in the correct basket.
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More Little Red Riding Hood Book Activities
Teaching with Children’s Books shares a set of Little Red Riding Hood Alphabet cards.—>See Them Here
Moms & Crafters has a set of printable Little Red Riding Hood puppets to print and color. They would be great for story retellings.—>See the Puppets
3 Dinosaurs also has a variety of literacy activities in their printable pack.—>See the Pack
Enjoy using these Little Red Riding Hood book activities with your students.