Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood brings lovely treats to her grandmother, and valuable reading skills to your pupils. After reading the short fairy tale, fifth graders answer four comprehension questions.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Incorporate into a unit on fairy tales
  • Have young class members act out the story
  • Add to a reading assessment
Classroom Considerations

  • The questions for the resource are weak, including two different spellings of the vocabulary word from the passage; consider using the story and writing your own questions
  • The tale ends with the woodsman cutting off the wolf's head, rather than with the wolf eating Little Red Riding Hood

  • Two-page format puts the story back-to-back, with the questions adding an additional page
  • Provides a standard retelling of the classic story

  • None
Common Core