Accessible to many different levels of study, I have worked on this topic with pre-schoolers where we simply tell the story and enjoy the sounds of English through to a classe of 2nde €uropéenne who took a new look at a fairy story favourite, interpreting in ways they had never considered before and then acting out the story with finger puppets for some Back to Childhood Again fun.
Little Red Riding Hood BIBLIOGRAPHY
http://www.dltk-teach.com/rhymes/little_red_riding_hood_section.htm including craft activities, a recorded version of the story, pictures to colour
On-line activities including a read version http://www.speakaboos.com/story/little-red-riding-hood
Lots of ideas here : http://www.first-school.ws/activities/onlinestory/steps/redridinghood.htm
BRILLIANT resources freely downloadable here – to be recommended to anyone wanting to make flashcards for LRRH : http://www.primarytreasurechest.com/once-upon-a-time/little-red-riding-hood.html
Collection of images for use with older children ? http://www.pinterest.com/melassa/19-little-red-riding-hood/
Other versions (age appropriate ?)
An interesting article to read : http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/9078489/Fairytales-too-scary-for-modern-children-say-parents.html
Petit Rouge Riding Hood – a lovely version.
Hoodwinked – a film which is great for seeing the story through other people’s eyes
Lots of interesting ideas here : http://www.tips-for-teachers.com/questioning_mini_lessons.htm
The Wolf’s Story – what really happened to Little Red Riding Hood by Toby Forward
Roald Dahl’s version in Revolting Rhymes
James Thurber version in Missions Seconde (and elsewhere)
Lon Po Po – a Red-Riding Hood story from China by Ed YOUNG (éd Paperstar ISBN 0698-11382-9)
On-line game – sentence ordering (thank you, Renée Maufroid)
Telling the story with symbols alone – encouraging PPC (thank you Michelle Henry for this link)
This reference is a paying one, but maybe worth investing ?
Sam Sham and the Pharoahs : LYRICS
And a revisited version (thanks to Gérard Spitz for this idea …).