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Goldilocks and the Three Bears (Keepsake Stories)

af Candice Ransom

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Recounts the story about a tired and hungry little girl who finds food and a place to sleep in the home of three bears.
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Independent Reading Level: Age 5-8 years od
Kindergarten- 3rd grade
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  Kntorres | Dec 7, 2022 |
The author uses a mixture of fantasy, cartoon and reality to portray their message. It is a classic plot to support the overall theme of every action has a reaction. ( )
  faiqa_khan | Sep 10, 2022 |
This is a classic story about a young girl who is wandering through the forest and stumbled upon an empty house belonging to three bears. While there, she tested out their porridge, their chairs, and their beds. Goldilocks thinks she is alone, until the bears made their arrival back home! ( )
  RoshaBaptiste | Apr 25, 2019 |
This timeless classic about Goldilocks finding her way into the bears house, trying to determine which chair, bowl of food, and bed is just right. but what will the bears do when they come home to find a strange girl in their house? This tale is great for 1st through 3rd grade. It is a classic that is sure to catch reader's attention. I have read this book many of times. ( )
  KaylaReiner13 | Nov 3, 2017 |
summary: The story starts off with Goldilocks traveling through the forrest, where she happens to encounter a house that the three bears live in. She then enters a home that is not hers, she begins to eat their food, sit in their chairs, and then sleep in their beds. That is where she encounters the three bears, and then she runs away.

Personal reflection:I love this story because I heard it told many different ways. I still wonder why a little girl is in the forrest by herself, and why she would enter a strangers home.

Classroom extensions: Tell the students that they are Goldilocks and that the have to write an apology letter to the three bears for entering their home and using their things
  pambam_11 | Sep 17, 2014 |
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