Nancy and Will read the story 'Red Riding Hood' to each other.
Can you watch the story by clicking on the link above?
Can you draw a picture to show part of the story of Red Riding Hood?
draw Red Riding Hood, grandma, the wolf or the woodcutter
draw the trees in the wood
draw grandma's house or her bed
Today why not have another 'scavenger hunt' with everyone at home.
There is one for inside and one for outside.
How many things can you find?
Indoor Scavenger Hunt
a toy with wheels
a pair of matching socks
something smaller than your hand
a book with a number in it
your favourite cuddly toy
4 red things
Outdoor Scavenger Hunt
4 leaves that look different
a stick longer than your hand
a flat stone
5 blades of grass
something that is brown
something smaller than your thumb
something that smells good
Poor Grandma - she was very upset after she met the wolf. She did not feel well at all.
Could you make her a 'get well' card?
You will need
a piece of paper or card
some crayons and a pencil
a grown up to write 'get well' and then you could try to copy it
to draw a picture or stick some small objects on the front of the card
Below there is a picture showing all the characters from the story of 'Red Riding Hood'.
How many characters and different items can you name?
Can you answer the following number questions too?
How many wolves are there?
How many times can you see Red Riding Hood?
How many baskets are there?
How many birds can you see?
How many yellow flowers are in the picture?
How many trees are there?
How many animals are there altogether?
Can you think of anything else to count in the picture?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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