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!
Oh, I love this! I hope you will stop by Crafty Moms Share and share it at Sharing Saturday!
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
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!