Resources for The Little Red Hen

A selection of useful resources for any teacher covering this story in class. Includes fantastic interactive resources from TES iboard plus printables and resources from tes.co.uk
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Traditional Tales IWB Story Maps: Simple visual story maps that support Pie Corbett's 'Storytelling into Writing' and the telling of traditional tales. Maps are included for Billy Goats Gruff, Enormous Turnip, Little Red Hen and Gingerbread man

Story maps - you will need PowerPoint on the computer. This is a way of retelling stories that we're doing a lot of in school at the moment - I'll show you how to do it with both kids at half term, will be great for them.

A creative activity, from TES iboard,  that helps focus on what happens at different points in the story. Make and print a scene from the story or make up a new scene.

A creative activity, from TES iboard, that helps focus on what happens at different points in the story. Make and print a scene from the story or make up a new scene.

A set of printable masks to support the telling of a number of traditional tales, including the Little Red Hen

A set of 16 colourful printable masks that can be used in different combinations to support storytelling and role play activities linked to a number of traditional tales.

A selection of printable and interactive resources to support work on the story of the Little Red Hen. resources in Pdf and PowerPoint formats

This collection includes a storybook style PowerPoint presentation (you will need to click the pages for text and images to appear), a retelling the story .

This is a bright and vibrant powerpoint depicting the story of The Little Red Hen in pictures and key phrases. To be used as a visual aid alongside the reading of the story. Made for use with year 1 but suitable for all ages.

This is a bright and vibrant powerpoint depicting the story of The Little Red Hen in pictures and key phrases. To be used as a visual aid alongside the reading of the story. Made for use with year 1 but suitable for all ages.

Use this illustrated A4 poster to support learning when following instructions on 'How to make Bread' Laminate and display.

The aim of this session is to help children understand that bread is eaten all over the world in different forms. The main activity, ‘Have a go’, involves children making their own bread and developing their kneading and shaping skills.


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