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Discussion in 'Early Years' started by teachelly, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. Of course I meant <u>S</u>UPPLY!!!
    • characters from the story printed off and put onto lollipop sticks with other resources and copy of the book for children to recreate and change the story.
    • Red Riding Hood role play.
    • Ordering the story.
    • Creating a forest
    • a basket of red riding hoods things for the children to explore, count and sort
    • find a red riding hood story online for the children to listen to on the computer.
  2. choralsongster

    choralsongster New commenter

    Use a programmable toy to take a route through the forest
    Charades with characters from the story
    Make a healthy food basket for Grandma - see Scholastic website
    Create an indoor woodland - hide the wolf (positional language)
    Home corner - pretend to bake cakes etc for grandma
    Playdough cakes/logs/wolves/people etc - ********** mats
    Little Red dominoes from Collaborative Learning
    Stranger danger
    Hope these help xx

  3. Thanks for all of those
    Any more greatly appreciated
    Elaine x
  4. Making jam tarts for little red riding hood to take to grandma

    mixing shades of red to make a red riding hood cloak

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