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  • Reception -Traditional Tales. Thanks

    , Feb 3rd
    • Good morning sueslater,
      You're very welcome, glad we could help! :)

      , Feb 3rd
  • To be used for sharing a fairy tale and audience participation in our Learning Project 'Will you tell me a story?' Thank you

    , Jan 16th
  • Super

    , Jan 11th
  • I have adapted this as a resource for using exclamation marks.e.g. What big ears you have!

    , Jan 4th
    • Hi Andy_chp,
      Brilliant idea! Very creative! :)

      , Jan 4th
  • To show as part of a trad tale unit.

    , Nov 20th
  • I have changed it so that parts of the story are written in exclamation sentences to help with the grammar objectives in yr 2.

    , Apr 17th
  • To read as part of the Traditional Tales Unit

    , Jan 30th
  • To read as part of traditional tales theme.

    , Nov 4th
  • As a model for their own fairy story writing in a non-English Y3 class.

    , Sep 21st
  • to support Computing topic Y1 - we are Storytellers

    , Jun 9th
    • Hi R.Mills,
      Sounds great - Thank you for sharing! :)

      , Jun 9th
  • to use for talk for writing in Year 1

    , Mar 23rd
  • to learn off by heart and use for talk for writing

    , Mar 14th
  • brilliant

    , Feb 20th
  • I am using this to talk about traditional tales in our literacy unit

    , Jan 14th
  • inspirational starting point - moving through to different settings, compare and contrast with setting from modern day journey

    , Jan 4th
  • Fre reading with the class, but also for predicting and getting clues from the pictures. It's great that they're so big, it's easier than trying to do that whole class with a story book.

    , Jan 3rd
  • Hi there faye16, thanks so much for commenting on this resource. There are a lot of different versions of this story. This is just our version. Why not turn this into a fun activity to get the children to write a story on what they think happened to Grandma? :)

    , Jan 16th
  • Lovely - but what happened to Grandma? She's not mentioned at all!

    , Jan 15th
  • how to do it

    , Apr 22nd
Little Red Riding Hood Story PowerPoint

Little Red Riding Hood Story PowerPoint - We love powerpoints! Great for supporting your teaching on traditional tales, they can be used as discussion starters and during whole-class teaching. This absolutely lovely powerpoint features the story of Little Red Riding Hood so that you and your class can read it together.
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