Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Pre-K - K
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Explore storyboards with your pre-reader using the familiar story "Goldilocks and the Three Bears." They look at pictures as you read the captions in a comic book style. At the end, they try to finish the story based on a resolution photograph. Encourage kids to make predictions based on context clues they see. Highlight sight words that are often repeated, seeing if pupils can find more examples of this word. Scholars will also enjoy coloring in the story.

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Three Bears Beginning Sounds

In this beginning sounds worksheet, students study the images from the story of The Three Bears. Students then bubble in the beginning letter for the image.

Minibook: Goldilocks and the Three Bears- A Retelling of the Traditional Tale

Put a new spin on the classic fairy tale "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" with this printable book. Offering an easy-to-follow repetitive story structure with simple one and two syllable words, this is an excellent resource for developing the reading skills of emergent readers.

Folk and Fairy Tale Readers: Goldilocks and the Three Bears

This printable version of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" is just right for developing the reading skills of young learners. Including a series of fun illustrations and an easy-to-follow repetitive structure, the story is sure to engage children in becoming fluent readers.

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Students complete a variety of activities related to story of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" as written by James Marshall. They retell the story using flannel board pieces, discuss alternative endings for the story, and create illustrations for their new ending. Students also sort items by size and cook and eat porridge.

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Students develop problem-solving solutions for the bears in the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. They listen to the story, answer who, what, where, when, and why of the story, and create an illustration of an action plan for the bears in the story.

Dusty Locks and the Three Bears

Read this twist on Goldilocks and the Three BearsDusty Locks and the Three Bears by Susan Lowell. Kindergartners listen, predict, and discuss the story. They then participate in a dramatization of the story and draw a picture to explain their part in the re-enactment. In the end, they will be able to sequence the story correctly.

The Three Bears' Voices

Students explore language arts by reading a classic story. In this oral storytelling lesson, students read the book The Three Bears and identify the characters and discuss how their voices would sound. Students practice retelling the story to each other and create a role-play of The Three Bears.

Alaska's Three Bears

Students read "Alaska's Three Bears". In this Alaskan instructional activity, students locate Alaska on a map, learn about animals found in Alaska, and discuss animal adaptations that help them survive. An activity to write about bear facts is included.

The Three Bears

Students explore the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. In this Goldilocks and the Three Bears lesson plan, students study aspects of reading through the story with companion rhymes. Cross curricular activities are included.

The Three Bears: Using the Story in Preschool Lesson Plans

Students read and respond to the story The Three Bears. In this literature study lesson, students explore this story by studying the number 3 during math, identifying between cold and hot temperatures and distinguishing between small and large items.

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