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Riding Hood Cafe: Stories and Thinking Activities for Language and Literacy-Special (#40692-IN)

Ages 9 through 17. Use new versions of popular children's stories to teach language and literacy skills to older students. As students listen to the stories, they meet Little Red Riding Hood, Goldilocks, Three Billy Goats Gruff, and other characters from popular children's stories. Little Red Riding Hood studies karate and enjoys taking walks in the forest. What happens when a wolf offers her a ride in his 1957 Chevy? How does grandma react when the wolf comes knocking on her door?

Students encounter many surprises in these new versions of their favorite stories. Skills emphasized include retelling stories, comparing story events, giving explanations, making comparisons, changing story events, using the imagination, making predictions, understanding viewpoints, and making decisions. All of the short stories and activity worksheets may be reproduced.

Language development activities are included for each of the following stories

  • The Big Bad Wolf and the Riding Hood Cafe
  • Pepito and the Incredible Multicolored Fish
  • Beanstalk Lake
  • The Room at the Top
  • Stony Bony Troll and the Three Billy Goats
  • The Frog Princess

The reproducible worksheets include activities of the following types:

  • Think About It. Students are asked to respond to questions related to story events and the actions of the story characters.
  • Write About It. Students are asked to write paragraphs related to situations presented in the stories, to relate story events to personal experiences, and to use the imagination to create original stories.
  • Make It. Students are asked to participate in various types of arts and crafts activities related to the short stories.
  • Act It Out. Students are asked to talk about the stories and to act out the roles of story characters in a variety of situations.

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