KS1 English: Little Red Riding Hood - Part 7
7: The big bad Wolf has gone
As Red Riding Hood approaches Grandma's bed the Wolf pounces...but he narrowly misses her and she escapes. The Wolf gives chase but falls flat on his face and becomes entangled in the nightdress. This gives Red Riding Hood enough time to race upstairs, rescue Grandma, race down again, escape through the front door and lock the Wolf in behind them.
Red Riding Hood and Grandma walk away through the woods and meet the woodcutter - who is Mrs Midgley's nephew - and they tell him everything that has happened. The woodcutter has a plan to help them...
This series can be used to increase pupils' familiarity with a broad range of texts and narratives, including myths, legends and traditional stories and to make connections between these and other stories they are familiar with.
It will also support a broad range of writing objectives.
This series is relevant for teaching English at KS1, in England and Wales and Northern Ireland, and at First Level in Scotland.