April 22, 2012

Goldilocks and the Three Bears Mini Unit

We are still reading and enjoying fairy & folk tales in my class. Sometimes, I just read the stories. Other times, we do a mini unit on the story. Tomorrow we will read Goldilocks and the Three Bears and spend a few days talking about this favorite book.

I have listed this unit in my TpT store:

Quick Link: Goldilocks and The Three Bears Mini Unit

Here is what in included this unit:


ABC order activity


Put the cards in ABC order and then write them on a recording sheet in the correct order. There are 2 recording sheets- one has 14 blanks one has 10. In case you don’t want to use all 14 cards.


When I printed these, I printed them 2 per page {that is an option when you print from adobe} to use less paper/laminating. I printed six sets of these. So, I could use them as an independent activity when we do groups one morning.


Sequence of events. There are 7 sentences to cut apart and glue in order to retell the main events from the story.

Do these words need a capital letter?


Again, I printed these smaller and I printed three sets of these. I will pair my students up to do this activity.


There are 20 cards with words and a recording sheet where they write the words under YES or NO.. if the words need a capital letter.


This activity above will be one of my weekly centers. Students have to read the cards then hop over to the paper to answer the question about the sentence they read on the card.


2 Different Writing Papers and a word reference sheet for students to use when writing.


There are 3 different worksheets also included in this packet. These will be great morning work or early finisher work. There is a

{1} Color Goldilocks paper.. my kids love these. They have to read the

written directions to color the picture.

{2} Word Search- using words from the story

{3} Did it Happen? paper. Students read and write yes or no after each sentence if it happened in the story.

… and a cute little art project!


All the patterns are included to make this little guy!

Here is the link again if you are interested in purchasing this mini unit.

Quick Link: Goldilocks and The Three Bears Mini Unit

I pulled a few other bear activities out of my “bear box” and we will spend a few days on bears. We will also read Corduroy. Which fits in PERFECT with our phonics skill of OR this week!

Busy, busy times! School is almost over! And, I have so much left to do! Eeeek!!!

Happy Sunday to you y’all!

xoxo, kacey



  1. Adorable!
    I put it on my wishlist- we will have three weeks of school after the reading series ends...this will be perfect!!!

    Going Nutty!


  2. This bear unit looks awesome! Can totally relate to too much to do!! Eeeeeeeeeeeek!!!!

  3. This set looks awesome!! You always do such creative units :o)

    ps: i love the font! what is it?

  4. Sooo cute! I agree, wishlist fo sho!

  5. Love the capital work. My students are in desperate need of this kind of practice!


    Sprinkle Teaching Magic

  6. This is so very adorable. I love your work. I have a soon to be Pre-Ker and a soon to be First Grader so I think I can use aspects of this for both of them. Thanks for sharing.

  7. I adore your Three Bears unit and will just HAVE to get it to add to my own stuff. I LOVE your work, thanks for sharing!

  8. What a great unit. Looks like the kids would enjoy that
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