*apologies for the 'choppy' videos. The usual video editing programme we use has not worked all weekend therefore I have been unable to 'sew' the videos together!*
Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs.
Listen to the alternative version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. As you listen think about the things that are similar and the things that are different between this version and the traditional version. We have done this in school when we have read The Gingerbread Man and Chapatti Moon, so you should be good at this!
Draw a Venn Diagram so you can record your ideas about things that are the similar and the things that were different.
Here are some ideas for you to encourage your child to think about if they are struggling:
- Did the bears want Goldilocks to go into the house? Did the dinosaurs want Goldilocks to go into the house?
- What did Goldilocks eat in the stories?
- Was there a baby in both of the stories or just one?
- Where the chairs too tall in both stories?
- Did Goldilocks have to climb a ladder in both stories?
- Did the bears want to eat Goldilocks? Did the dinosaurs want to eat Goldilocks?
- Did Goldilocks go to sleep in both stories?
- Is there woods in both stories?
- Is there a cottage in both stories?
- How many bowls/ chairs/ beds are there in each story?
- Is there a house in both stories?
Remember, you can draw pictures and label them using your phonics knowledge.