In 1698, Charles Perrault published "Little Red Riding Hood" in "Les contes de ma mère l'Oye". It was one of the first many versions of this famous tale.
In 2014, our CP students illustrated this story and made story boards… This is their work! Soon you will discover how we will use them for outdoors lessons...
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD STORY
The Big Bad Wolf then ran to her grandmother’s cottage much before Little Red Riding Hood. The wolf ran as fast as he could, taking the shortest path, and the little girl took a roundabout way, entertaining herself by gathering nuts, running after butterflies, and gathering bouquets of little flowers.
"Grandmother, what big arms you have!" "All the better to hug you with, my dear." "Grandmother, what big legs you have!" "All the better to run with, my child." "Grandmother, what big ears you have!" "All the better to hear with, my child." "Grandmother, what big eyes you have!" "All the better to see with, my child." "Grandmother, what big teeth you have got!" "All the better to eat you up with."
The students from the UPE2A and the CP classes worked together to create the illustrations. They used recycled elements to create the characters and settings of each A3 size card board.
The students from the CE2-CM1 class painted and decorated the A3 size wooden boxes made by the teachers.
The French ambassadors on visit to Moneyrea Primary School presented the story to the Northern Irish students.