exercises

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

The letters G, B and E are heavily featured in the classic tale of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears". This guided lesson uses the story to teach the letters G, B and E in a focused and fun narrative format. Using a story kids most already know gives them a leg up on letter recognition and boosts reading confidence. Don't miss the accompanying printables that can extend learning opportunities.
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities

Story time! This ebook version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears brings an old classic back to life with vibrant illustrations and charming narration to welcome early learners into a lifelong love of reading! Your child can choose to have the narrator read out loud or to read by herself at her own pace.

In the story Goldilocks and the Three Bears, whose porridge tastes just right? Help kids answer that question and more in this interactive reading game. Pre-readers will build important comprehension skills by answering questions about the key details in the story.

Inject a little tropical calm into the day’s learning activities with the little-known one-hit wonder, Birdee, as she plays her famous ukulele and sings the praises of the letters B, G, and E. Birdee’s catchy tune is sure to boost your preschoolers’ letter recognition skills, and soon enough everyone will be wondering just where they can find the lyrics to this amazing classic.

In this fast-paced letter recognition game, kids pop alphabet balloons coming out of windows with a big red pin. As they quickly process the letters on the screen, early readers are developing skills that they'll use when they begin to read words and sentences. With every balloon popped, your kid gets closer to sending Floyd on a hot air balloon ride while building familiarity with the alphabet!

Puzzles aren't just a great rainy-day activity -- they work on math skills like shapes and organizing. Put together this puzzle that comes in four levels of difficulty.

In this quiz game for preschool-age children, your kid matches clothing items with the appropriate season. The verbal cues add some language practice for children as they complete the quiz.

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