Do you teach fables and fairytales? One of my favorite fables to teach is the story of The Little Red Hen. In this beloved tale, the Little Red Hen makes delicious bread that her lazy friends can’t resist. The students are always eager to see what The Little Red Hen will do when everyone wants a taste!
For our Literacy Snack Idea Red Hen this week we will, of course, be having bread just like in the story!
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This week you can go the easy route like I did this time, and I picked up sliced lemon bread from Walmart for the students to enjoy. Or make a couple of loaves of banana bread at home and bring it in for the students.
While the students are enjoying their yummy bread snack, I made a free printable for them to work on. They will get to number the boxes in the correct order that the story took place. It’s a fun way to practice their sequencing. I did make two different printables with different animals to go with different versions of the book too in the download.
You can download the Literacy Snack Idea Red Hen free printable from my teacherspayteachers store below.
If your students enjoyed this fable sequencing activity, you can find more like this and more fable activities to go along with The Little Red Hen in my Fables and Fairytales Sequencing Activities Pack.
You might also want to check out our Literacy Snack Idea to go along with the book, The True Story Of The Three Little Pigs. You can find that here.
What is your favorite fable to teach in class?
See you next time!