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Printable Storytime Craft: Little Red Riding Hood

A few months ago, I designed my first storytime craft, The Three Little Pigs. Lorelai, my 5-year-old, was actually the mastermind behind the craftivity. It was all her idea to make printable characters that she could glue popsicle sticks onto and make into puppets. I promised to make more storytime crafts for her after the first ended up being such a hit. It took me a while, but I finally finished our second storytime craft- Little Red Riding Hood. If you aren’t familiar with the story, watch the video at the bottom of this post. =)

Things To Keep in Mind

  • The traditional story goes that the wolf eats the grandmother. In our version, the wolf just bonks her over the head and hides her in the closet.
  • The printable set is 5 pages. The first page is the title page with the character examples. You can just do selective printing and do pages 2-5 if you don’t want to waste the extra sheet. =)
  • We store our storytime crafts in separate ziplock bags. (See below)

Print this fun storytime craftivity below. Please only open & print the PDF file. Do not redistribute on your website/blog. If you’d like to share this with your friends, give them the link to this blog POST. I don’t allow direct linking or distributing of my free printables. Thanks!

Open Little Red Riding Hood Set

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  1. Just wondering if I can use these printables to teach story to kindergarten and if I can copy them for kids to retell. I am a volunteer mom teaching stranger safety to kindergarteners

  2. These are fantastic! I’m using them during a class in China with my ESL Year 5 students. Thank you for your creativity and sharing!

  3. Hi Kim,
    Your site is Truly amazing !!
    Thank you so much for sharing all of these wonderful activities and crafts.
    Can you help me as I can’t find the video at the bottom of the little red riding hood story & Puppet craft on your site.
    Thank you so much,
    ~ Emily

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