© Kids Club English 2020
Use this Little Red Riding Hood Folding Craft to practising sequencing, story retelling and/or to prepare for an easy classroom performance.
Choose from a range of different templates to vary the level of challenge and develop the language and skills you want to work on. Include literacy work or focus on listening and speaking skills. It’s up to you!
This resource can help you prepare your students for the internationally recognised Trinity Stars: Young Performers in English Award.
Get this craft AND the card set together. Play card games to introduce and practise the language then follow-up with the craft.
You can use this resource to focus on any language you are practising with Little Red Riding Hood, but we have also included a text broken up into digestible chunks. Rather than memorising a play script, this resource helps you practise the language in a meaningful and memorable way.
This resource is based on the script in the Trinity Stars Stage Two Activity Plan for Little Red Riding Hood by Trinity College London © Copyright Trinity College London 2021.
There are 8 main segments:
2. The flowers are dancing. They are dancing in the wood. Look at the flowers! Red Riding Hood.
3. Little Red Riding Hood is knocking at the door.
“Where are you Grandma?
It’s Red Riding Hood.”
4. The Big Bad Wolf
is in Grandma’s bed.
Be careful! Be careful!
Red Riding Hood.
5. It has big eyes!
It has a big nose!
It has big, sharp teeth!
6. Little Red Riding Hood
is running through the wood.
Run away! Run away!
Red Riding Hood.
7. Here is the woodcutter.
He has the Wolf!
Go away! Go away!
Big Bad Wolf!
8. Little Red Riding Hood
is dancing in the wood,
with her grandma and the flowers.
Everything is good!
This resource is published by permission of Trinity College London, the copyright owner.
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