Goldilocks and the 3 Bears

During our early childhood theme of Real vs. Make-believe week, we read Goldilocks and the Three Bears. We talked about real vs. make-believe stories and things that make stories real.

A fun art project for this story is to make Goldilocks’ hair and the bears’ ears for the students to wear on their heads. They can act out the story while wearing one of the headpieces.?

For Goldilocks’ hair, cut strips of yellow paper and wrap the strips around a marker then let the strips go. The strips will remain curled up. Staple 6-7 strips of paper to another wider strip formed in a circle to fit around the top of the student’s head.

To make the bears’ ears, cut a brown strip of paper about the same as the yellow Goldilocks strip to fit around the top of the student’s head. Cut out 2 small circles and staple to the brown strip of paper.

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