Traditional Tales

Traditional Tales


  • Can you enjoy listening to traditional tales (E.g. Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel and Gretel)
  • Can you make books or write about traditional tales independently?
  • Can you write for different purposes? (Shopping lists, postcards, wanted posters) Understanding of the World:
  • Can you talk about changing seasons?
  • Can you make your own investigations? (E.g. What materials would you use to build a house for the Three Little Pigs).
  • Can you talk about similarities and differences in plants, living things and in different countries?

Physical Development:

  • Can you take part in the traditional tale complete PE sessions?
  • Can you use movements when working in the theatre?
  • Can you use the physical area outdoors?
  • Can you take part in Forest School?

Personal, Social and Emotional Development:

  • Can you work in a group to act out a traditional tale?
  • Can you explain why characters are good and evil in a traditional tale?
  • Can you share resources?
  • Can you talk about stranger danger?
  • Can you talk about healthy and unhealthy food choices?


  • Can you use the Numicon resources?
  • Can you solve simple maths problems?
  • Can you begin to use numbers beyond 10?
  • Can you use Numicon to add, subtract, double and halve?

Expressive Arts and Design:

  • Can you draw and paint objects?
  • Can you make a model using clay?
  • Can you sing and dance to music?
  • Can you sing a song in a group and on your own?

Communication and Language:

  • Can you act out the traditional tales in the theatre?
  • Can you retell a traditional tale?
  • Can you ask and answer questions about a traditional tale?
  • Can you say why you like or dislike a traditional tale?

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