Little Red Riding Hood and Omega Wolf Bert
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Students read the story Little Red Riding Hood and Omega Wolf Bert and then role play the story and watch wolf videos. In this wolf lesson plan, students watch wolves in the wild, drinking water, catching prey, and more.
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