Little Red Riding Hood

What is really going on in Little Red Riding Hood's life when she meets the wolf? Let's find out. 

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Classes: 5th Grade - 12th Grade
Contributors : Dr. Miri Yochanna


Familiarity with the story Little Red Riding Hood. 

Dr. Miri Yochanna

Get to know the characters

  • Little Red Riding Hood

    You are a 9 year old little girl. You live with your mother in the forest. Your grandmother lives on the other side of the forest. You love to visit her and you try to go at least twice a week.

    Your mother is always telling you to be careful when you go out alone because you don't really pay attention to what is going on around you. You lose track of time and are always willing to talk to anyone and everyone you see. You believe everyone is good and refuse to believe that anyone can be bad or have ulterior motives for doing what they do. 

  • Mr. Wolf

    You live in the forest, next door to Grandma (Little Red's grandmother). You are good friends with Grandma but no one knows about it. You both share secrets no one knows.

    You spend your days in the forest and give people advice on where to do and ideas for what to do. Once, a while back, you attacked a man who was trying to hurt you and since then you've developed a reputation for being dangerous and attacking people.

  • Grandma

    You are Little Red's grandmother, her mother's mother. You love your granddaughter very much but sometimes want time to yourself, without your daughter or granddaughter interfering with your life.

    You live in the forest next door to Mr. Wolf. You two have become good friends and confidants of late. He's the only one who knows your secrets.

  • Mr. Hunter

    You live in the forest, a few houses away from Grandma. You are a widower.

    You are the forest hunter and help all people in need when something happens or when a wild animal comes to attack. People call you when they need you.

    You know of Mr. Wolf's reputation and know how it came to be.


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