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Goldilocks and the Three Bears Home Learning

Home Learning Tasks

Goldilocks and the 3 bears

Read the story of Goldilocks and the 3 bears here

Watch the story of Goldilocks and the 3 bears here

After reading and watching the story, encourage your child to answer these questions:

Why did Goldilocks go into the three bears house?

Whose porridge did she eat first?

What did mummy bear say?

Whose chair did Goldilocks break in the story?

Who was the biggest bear?

Who was the smallest bear?

Was it safe for Goldilocks to go into the three bears house?

What happened in the story?

What was your favourite part?

Once your child has listened to, and watched the story many times help them to make a story map. A story map is simple pictures and words putting the story in order so that they can read and retell the story again and again.

Can your child draw a picture of the three different sized bears, baby, mummy and daddy. They might like you to help them to write the different words mummy, daddy, baby bear. Perhaps they could have a go at writing the words themselves, you could write for them or how about making a video of your child writing about the different bears in the story! Send in your pictures and videos to [email protected] – we would love to see them and put some on the website for others to see.

Can you match baby bear to the small bowl?

Can you match mummy bear to the middle sized bowl?

Can you match daddy bear to the biggest bowl?

Can you put baby bear on the biggest chair?

Can you put daddy bear into the small bed?

Does daddy fit in the small bed?

What sound do these letters make?

Can you also do the sign?

Watch this video for pronunciation of sounds

BSL / Sign4Phonics signs can be found here

What sound do these pictures begin with?

Can you also do the sign?

What sounds can you hear in the word hat?

Can you write the word hat?

There are lots games in this website for further practice!

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We recommend using phase 1 or phase 2 resources.

More fun and practical activities to enjoy:


  • Make a bowl of porridge, do you like the taste?
  • Make your own bear for snack- You will need bread,
  • chocolate spread, a banana and raisins.
  • Can you make your own bear using brown paint and a fork for the fur.
  • Can you make a house using sticks for the three bears.
  • Can you make Goldilocks and the three bears using toilet roll tubes- you could paint them or use pencils or felt tips to colour them.
  • Can you find three different sized bears for baby- small, mummy-middle sized an daddy bear- big. You could take a picture of the different sized bears that you have found.