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If your children love the story of Red Riding Hood, they are going to love bringing the story to life with these adorable Little Red Riding Hood crafts!
From paper plate crafts to printable woven basket templates, your kids will love these crafts that focus on Red Riding Hood, the wolf, and the story cast as a whole.
Make a hood, assemble a basket, or make story props. Choose one or choose them all. You can’t go wrong with any of these Little Red Riding Hood activities.
These crafts can be used with a variety of age groups. There are ideas for kids in preschool as well as lower elementary students.
Choose what best fits your group, and start crafting!
Little Red Riding Hood Crafts
I’ve broken the list into sections to make it easier to navigate. While it’s a relatively small list today, I’ll be back to add more ideas as I come across them.
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Little Red Riding Hood Craft Ideas
I love how easy this paper plate Little Red Riding Hood is to put together. With some cardstock, tissue paper, and glue, you’ll be all set in no time! Glued to My Crafts
Older kids, those who don’t put things in their mouths, can use the free pattern to make this Little Red Riding Hood Perler Bead craft. Friendship Bracelets
If your little one is interested in playing dress-up or you’ve got a child who wants to learn to sew, try sewing this easy Little Red Riding Hood cape/hood. Bikes, the Universe and Everything
This paper plate wolf craft is super easy to make. And, kids can work on scissor skills when they cut out the nose and ears. Mom, Wife, Wine
Tissue paper adds some shade and dimension to this paper plate wolf craft for kids. Glued to My Crafts Blog
This printable wolf mask template isn’t really a craft, but it sure makes a fun storytelling prop! Itsy Bitsy Fun
This paper basket craft is super simple to assemble. Kids will love adding it to their pretend play area after using it as a story prop. Tea Time Monkeys
Made from red cardstock, this paper basket is a little more involved, but your older kids should have no problem putting it together. To Made
I adore these Little Red Riding Hood story spoons! They’re great for helping kids act out and retell the story. The Inspiration Edit
This little cardboard basket is the easiest one to put together. Use it as a story prop or as a little snack basket for your next read-aloud.
Must Have Resources:
When completing these crafts and activities at home, I find that the following resources are very helpful to have on hand.
Round Out Your Unit with These Activities:
Little Red Riding Hood is a fun fairy tale to read with kids. This collection of Little Red Riding Hood story printable activities is a great way to bring the story to life.
This set includes three versions of a Little Red Riding Hood mini book. Colorful images paired with a shortened version of the story make this perfect for early readers.
Petite Rouge Riding Hood gives a clever Cajun twist to the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood. Have fun digging into the book with this book companion!