by Ruth Sanderson
you have anything that you do not share?
should you do to show good manners?
could you do when you break someone’s things?
do you know when an animal in a story is make-believe?
by Ruth Sanderson, a beautiful retelling of one of
our favorite folk tales, "The Three Bears"
will help you to answer some of those questions. Gorgeous
illustrations for the traditional story frame the
new story with a heart-warming ending of blueberry
muffins and a yummy recipe!
Primary Literature Guides with Goldilocks
are now on sale in:
Story of the Three Bears, Wikipedia
and the Three Bears Activities
Movie: Fairy Tale Theater
and the Three Bears, Introduction
Duvalle's Faeiry Tale Theater Complete Collection, DVD
and Folk Tale Connections
with Kids Wings Units
& the Cornstalk, A Texas Fairy Tale
Hansel and Gretel
Princess Pigtoria and
The Duchess of Whimsy
The Uglified Ducky
Mirror Mirror, A Book
of Reversible Verse
Tooth Fairy's First Night
The Hink Pink
One Potato, Two Potato
Falling for Rapunzel
Alice the Fairy
The Tooth Fairy's First
The Perfect Wizard: Hans Christian
Golden Bird, Firebird & the
And the Dish Ran Away with the
Bella at Midnight
Guide to Cooking with Children
Tale of Despereaux
Kids Wings 11-page activity guide for Goldilocks
provides fun and learning, perfect for lesson planning,
printed handouts, and
slide projection on your SmartBoard! The Kids Wings activity
guide for Goldilocks (thumbnails
Readers' Theater Script for the traditional "Goldilocks
and the Three Bears"
Multiple Choice Comprehension Activities
Bears, Bears, Bears
What Happened Next?
Changing the Story