At play with Goldilocks and the Three Bears

The children read the fairy tale “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” along with their teacher and then extended the Fairy Tale into their play…

The teacher set out a set of puppets, some pretend porridge, and a few spoons for the children to explore…

The children spent time stirring and scooping with the spoon and with the puppets…

This was a simple activity that invited some dramatic play, communication, and imagination…

And I heard a few giggles as well!

Linking up with The Play Academy!

By |2010-09-08T22:27:27+00:00September 8th, 2010|

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Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. has been working and teaching in the field of early childhood education for over 30 years. Deborah currently owns and teaches in her own part-time, private preschool called The Children’s Studio. Deborah’s deep passion for teaching and working with young children is documented and then graciously shared with millions of readers around the world through her blog and other social networking communities. Deborah believes that young children learn best through play and exploration and embraces this belief in all that she does in her own classroom so that she can effectively and passionately share rewarding, real- life, tried-and-true practices with other teachers, parents, and leaders across the field of early childhood education.

4 Comments

  1. katherinemarie September 9, 2010 at 12:31 pm - Reply

    I LOVE the porage!!! So cool!

  2. amandab September 10, 2010 at 2:31 am - Reply

    Love the porridge and they are cute puppets.

    Dadda couldn’t believe it when he asked Princess about the Golbilocks story and she recited the whole thing to him. We worked out between us who Dadda, Nana, Princess and myself were, but then we had a problem. Princess doesn’t like porridge! And, now I think about it, I’ve never seen Dadda eat it either!

  3. Marita September 10, 2010 at 8:10 pm - Reply

    🙂 fun, I like the porridge.

  4. Tami September 20, 2010 at 9:31 pm - Reply

    I love how you bring the story to life with their play.

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