And so began our investigation into that classic story.
On week 2, we started with a game of "What time is it, Mr. Wolf," followed by "Red Light/Green Light". Then we told the story of Little Red Riding Hood. When we got to the part of the story where the wolf says, "The better to eat you with, my dear!", the children helped to create an ending to the story. "He ate LRRH up!" "No, LRRH chased him around and around the house until he got too tired." "Ya, then he left and he never came back." "LRRH hid in the closet with grandma until the wolf got too tired of looking for them." "And they lived happily ever after." "And then they ate the treats."
We went on a short hike, collecting goodies from the forest to bring to Grandma's (and Grandpa's) house. Of course, we had to stop for a snack on the way.
We spied a few small turtles, then made our way to the Log House / Caterpillar House area.