This week’s Story Listening lesson was Der süße Brei (The Sweet Porridge). It comes from the collection of Grimm’s fairy tales. But it is not very well-known here in the US.
At first the children thought it was Goldilocks. Good guess. But no 🙂 Afterward, some children were reminded of Tomi dePaola’s book Strega Nona. I love when they make connections! Maybe I’ll have to tell that one later in the year??
Here’s my finished board:
Yup. I have a chalkboard this year! Can’t remember the last time I used a chalkboard 🙂
I created some work for the students to do in between our weekly classes again. But honestly, their curriculum is already so packed, I don’t think they have time to do them. That’s okay, though. It would be more for reinforcement. But the stories alone are enough 🙂
I’ll still share with you what I created here:
There is a vocabulary worksheet. Students are given an image and the German word; they have to write the English. Then they are given a booklet with the story. The words from the vocab sheet are in bold. They have to illustrate the book.
Download the vocabulary sheet for FREE: Der süße Brei Wortschatz GitA
Download the booklet for FREE: Der süße Brei booklet GitA
The story is available on the Great Story Reading Project 🙂
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