Little Red Riding Hood Story Spoons

A few weeks ago we shared some fantastic Little Red Riding Hood costume ideas over on our Sylvia’s Style section of the blog. Little Red Riding Hood has always been a favourite story of mine ever since I was a little girl. However I have never quite understood how Little Red Riding Hood did not realise that the Wolf was not her grandmother sooner than she did. Well today I am sharing some fantastic Little Red Riding Hood story spoons which were super fun to make. I really hope you like them. These would make a great literacy resource for the Early Years Foundation Stage and preschool child.

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What You Need

Posca Paint Pens

Wooden Spoons

Googly Eyes

Hot Glue

Brown and Red Felt

Gold Glitter Cardstock

Scissors

Pencil

Buttons -Optional

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Let’s Make It

Here’s a tutorial how to make your Story spoons.

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First you will need to draw the faces of your wolf and little red riding hood onto the wooden spoons with your pencil.

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Next use a flesh coloured posca pen to paint the face of red riding hood. Add pink cheeks and outline with a black posca pen.

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Next paint the face of your wold with a brown, white and black posca pen.

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Use the hot glue gun to glue googly eyes onto your spoons. Add eyes to Red riding hood and your wolf.

 

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Next cut out a hood for Little Red riding hood and a rectangle shape from the felt. Glue the felt to form a cape.

 

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Repeat with the wolf by cutting out a rectangle piece of brown felt. red riding hood story spoons

Once the capes are glued together your ready to decorate.

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Find two buttons to cover the area where the felt has been glued together.

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Stick the buttons on with the hot glue gun.

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Your Red Riding Hood and Wolf are now ready to be used. You may like to use the spoons at mat time or while reading with little ones. It can make the story more fun and encourage imaginary play.

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Enjoy! We hope you liked our tutorial.

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11 Comments

  1. These decorated spoons are brilliant! We love creating crafts and activities connected with books we’ve read so I shall be sure to keep this activity in mind.
    Filza

  2. What a fun way to tell a story! I never would have thought about doing something like this, but inner my son would love it.

  3. Awe. These little story spoons are so cute! I love how it really brings the story to life in another way. I love retelling projects like this. Puppets, felt stories, and these are so cute for retelling the story.

  4. Thsee decorated spoon looks so cute. I know what my daughter and I will be doing this weekend now.

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