Goldilocks and the Three Bears

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In a house in the woods (who knows where?),
Live Ma and Pa and Mary Bear.
While their porridge cools in the morning air,
They fetch some cream from the dairy.

Oh, bears, beware! Oh, bears, beware!
Beware of girls with golden hair!

A fun retelling of the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Share the learning activities with your child to encourage their reading and reinforce their learning of phonics. ~ Nick Page, Author.

My review:

Rhyming, cute characters and funny. It really is a good book, but I wish learning phonics wasn’t forced upon our children. In any case, like with the others similar to this book, it’s not quite a bedtime story, but children will love it.

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9 thoughts on “Goldilocks and the Three Bears

    • Persia says:

      Oh, my. You brought back memories of me singing it in school! πŸ’• Not sure if they teach children these wonderful songs anymore. I played it for Max and he loved it! Had to play Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Wolf afterwards! Thanks for the link. How delightful! πŸ™Œ

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      • weggieboy says:

        Here’s another one I loved as a child. I had the 45 rpm record. I’m sure my mother and father rued the day they bought it for me! (I played it over and over, as children will do.)

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      • weggieboy says:

        You may be blessed. “Never Smile At A Crocodile” is one of those songs that sticks with you for days after a listen! I’m sure Max would enjoy it, though. I comes from Disney’s “Peter Pan”. I haven’t seen that movie since I was really little, so I don’t remember it from the movie so much as from the 45 rpm record I had. It was made on yellow plastic and had very low fidelity reproduction.

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