“Red Riding Hood” retold and illustrated by James Marshall
WATCH and LISTEN to Brightly Storytime’s Flip-Along Storytime Book James Marshall’s “Red Riding Hood”
COLOR. Get out your crayons because Miss Anne found a free coloring page from SuperColoring.com.
GET INSPIRED TO CRAFT: Check out these amazing shoe box story dioramas:
EARLY LITERACY TIP: Well-known fairy tales are a great way for children to learn and practice sequencing and to build their narrative skills. Encourage your children to retell the story in their own words, reenact it using puppets, or draw new pictures to illustrate the story. Keep asking, “and then what happened?” to encourage them!
Kanopy Kids: Watch the Weston Woods video of Lon Po Po: A Red Riding Hood Story from China translated and illustrated by Ed Young
Overdrive ebook: Ninja Red Riding Hood by Corey Rosen Schwartz, illustrated by Dan Santat (Miss Anne’s FAVORITE!)
Overdrive video: Little Red Riding Hood Presented in American Sign Language