Spring 2- Traditional Tales

This half term we will follow the theme of Traditional Tales, where we will explore stories such as Goldilocks and the Three Bears, The Three Little Pigs and any other stories which the children are interested in. We will retell stories, use puppets to act out stories using a puppet theatre and begin to write our own stories.

The children now have log in details for this webpage so here are some questions you could discuss with them and perhaps help them to record their answer on this webpage.

 

  • What happens in the story of Goldilocks and the three bears?

  • What is your favourite traditional tale?

  • How many traditional tales can you think of?

  • Do you know what the three pigs build their houses from in the story of The Three Little Pigs?

  • Can you draw any story characters in your Home School Diary?

 

 

18 Responses

  • Beatrice says:

    Goldilocks goes to the bear’s house. She eats their porridge,sits on their chairs and sleeps in baby bear’s bed.

  • Beatrice says:

    Goldilocks goes to the bear’s house. She eats their porridge,sits on their chairs and sleeps in baby bear’s bed.

    I like revolting rhymes because it has lots of made up stories about all the characters from traditional tales.

  • Mary-Kate says:

    Hello! Just testing…MK’s favourite traditional story was Red Riding Hood for ages, she would give everyone parts & act out the story.

  • Coby says:

    The 3 pigs built their houses from straw, sticks and bricks.

  • Coby says:

    My favourite story is Jack and the beenstalk because I like him climbing the beanstalk.
    I like his mum throwing the beans away because she wanted money for Daisy the cow.

  • Coby says:

    I know Jack and the Beanstalk, Sleeping Beauty, Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Gingerbread Man, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Elf and the Shoemaker, The Emporers New Clothes and The Magic Cooking Pot.

  • Coby says:

    Mummy made porridge and it was too hot, so they want for a walk. Goldilocks came in and she tried the porridge. Daddy’s was too hot, mummy’s was too cold and baby’s bears was just right.
    Then she went for sit down. Daddy’s chair was too hard, mummy’s chair was too soft and baby bears was just right, but she broke it.
    Goldilocks went upstairs, she tried the beds. She tried daddy’s bed which was too hard, mummy’s bed was too soft and baby bears bed was just right and she fell asleep.
    Daddy bear, mummy bear and baby bear came back. All the bear asked who’s been eating my porridge and who’s been sitting on my chair and who’s been sleeping in my bed, and we’re still there.
    Goldilocks woke up and ran away as fast as she could.

  • Mrs Grundy says:

    My favourite traditional tale is the three little pigs. I like the part where the pigs catch the wolf in the hot water!

  • Ella says:

    Once upon a time there was three bears, there was Daddy bear, Mummy bear and Baby bear and they all lived in a cottage. Mummy bear made some porridge, then they all tried the porridge, Daddy bear tried his then mummy bear tried hers next, then baby bear tried his and then baby bear said do you want to go out because it is too hot so they all went out and Goldilocks came. Goldilocks said i was hungry and my Mum said i couldn’t go out on my own and she didn’t listen to her Mum. Goldilocks tried Daddy bears porridge, saying that was to hot, and then Mummy’s bears that was too crumbly and then baby bears and it was just right. And then she tried Daddy bears chair first and then she tried Mummy bears chair second and then tried baby bears next and then she said i bumped my cheeks. Goldilocks then went to the bedroom and tried the beds. Daddy bears first which was to hard, then Mummy bears was too soft then baby bears next which was just right and she fell asleep. Then the three bears come and then “who been eating my porridge” said daddy bear, “who’s been eating my porridge” said mummy bear, “who’s been eating my porridge” and it all gone then he cried. Then “Who been sitting on my chair “said Daddy bear, “who’s been sitting on my chair” said Mummy bear baby bear said “who’s been sitting on my chair and its broken”, he is really sad. They went upstairs and Daddy bear said “who’s been sleeping in my bed”, Mummy bear said “who’s been sleeping in my bed”, baby bear said “who’s been sleeping in my bed and is still there”. She opened one eye then the other then she ran away down the stairs faster and out the door to her Mummy she said i’m not going there ever again.

  • Ella says:

    My favourite story is Goldilocks and the three bears and also the Gingerbread Man. Ella can think of 6 traditional tales.

    The three pigs built their houses from, wood, bricks and straw. The best one was bricks.



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