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Little Red Riding Hood / Simple Past Tense
Level: elementary
Age: 8-14
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Little Red Riding Hood
Level: elementary
Age: 10-14
Downloads: 498

Little Red Riding Hood (Simple Past)
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 355

Level: intermediate
Age: 12-14
Downloads: 292

PAST SIMPLE - "Little Red Riding Hood"
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 261

Little red riding hood
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-14
Downloads: 223


Once upon a time there (be) a little girl who (live) with her mother in a little house on the edge of the forest. The girl (have) a red coat with a hood, so they (call) her Little Red Riding Hood.
One day her mother (tell) Little Red Riding Hood that her Granny (be) ill and she(need) some medicine.
The girl (decide) to go to her Granny right away. Her mother (put) some food and some medicine into a basket and Little Red Riding Hood (go) on her way.
When she (be) in the middle of the forest, she (see) a wolf walking down the path. The wolf (ask) the girl, ”Where are you going?” Little Red Riding Hood (answer): ”I am going to my grandma. She lives on the other side of the forest.” When the wolf (hear) this, he (run) to Granny’s house. He (go) into the house without knocking and quickly (eat) poor Granny in one big gulp. Then he (fall) asleep in Granny’s bed.
When Little Red Riding Hood (come) to Granny’s house, she (knock) on the door, but no one (answer). She (open) the door, (step) into the house and (see) her Granny who (look) very strange. She (have) big eyes, big ears and a very big mouth with long, sharp teeth. Suddenly she (see) it  (not be) her Granny but the big, bad wolf from the forest. But it was too late. The wolf (swallow) her in one big gulp.
        Luckily a hunter (arrive) to Granny’s house after a few minutes. When he (catch) sight of the wolf with a huge belly, he (know) what to do. He (cut) the wolf’s belly open and out (jump) Granny and Little Red Riding Hood. They (be) very happy. They (have) some tea and biscuits and they (live) happily ever after.