Like myself at their age, my four children have become totally enthralled with the heroic story, and the three boys in particular have been running. Watch this story, one of our british tales videos about characters and people from british history, to find out. Free, fun activities to download robin hoods little outlaws. He liked to entertain those he robbed as guests in his own home.
His table was always heavy with rich food and wine. The story of robin hood picture books rob lloyd jones on. See more ideas about classroom displays, school displays and robin. This includes a dramatic version of the story of robin hood and the curtal friar and a version of the first part of the story of robin hood and the potter. I recently introduced my four children to one of my favorite disney movies of all time, robin hood. The merry adventures of robin hood lesson plans for teachers. Robin hood the major oak of sherwood forest free primary. Ks1 sports afternoon 2018 robin hood primary school. Tell students the topic of the class is robin hood.
He liked to entertain his victims at his table in green wood. Free download of adventure stories on audio books mp3 and wma in the. Ipa p a this activity is designed to be used in conjunction with a performance of ipa production s robin hood. Robin hood primary school beckhampton road, bestwood park, nottingham, nottinghamshire, ng5 5na, uk paper copies of all documents and policies on the website are. Robin hood 1a the story of robin hood ipa productions. Only one man can stop him the daring outlaw robin hood. Robin hood printable role play hat teacher made twinkl. Although his home was a rough camp in greenwood, which was in the thickest and darkest part of sherwood forest. Jan 03, 2018 in this episode of vlogs of knowledge we cover the famous myth of robin hood. Some of the worksheets displayed are robin hood 1a the story of robin hood, robin hood work, robin hood, robin hood teaching suggestions, the merry adventures of robin hood, a teachers guide to the signet classics edition of the, work robin hood, robin hood and his merry men. The story of robin hood and friar tuck free primary ks1. This resource for upper ks2 includes extracts from robert muchamores modern retelling of the classic folk hero, robin hood. An unidentified person is walking through the woods, staring round, as if startled by the strange sounds and sights. Can robin break into the sheriffs castle and steal his glittering treasure.
We used these to create a special robin hood literacy focus day but they could be used in many other ways. Listen to the story and put the sentences in order. Of all the thieves and highway robbers who have ever lived, by far the politest was robin hood. Children count all the way to ten with simple rhymes and brightly coloured objects. Download teachers pet robin hood resources for displays, activities and more to bring your lessons and classrooms to life. He also illustrated historical and adventure stories for periodicals such as harper. Teaching resources based on the oxford reading tree stage 6 stories ks1. There is an ongoing debate about whether robin hood really existed but many of the activities he did like archery and thieving from the rich on the highways are very likely to have happened. As a boy robin had been cheated by a few noblemen and since then he had decided hat he would not spare the rich. Legend fiction, 1,997 words, level w grade 4, lexile 1110l multilevel book also available in levels q and z in this legend about robin hood and his band of merry men, the king sets out to meet robin hood. This fragment appears to tell the story of robin hood and guy of gisborne. With king richard away at the crusades, prince john rules england with an iron fist and tasks the sheriff of nottingham with the collection of high taxes and the capture of outlaw robin hood. Two of the most famous outlaws were robin hood and little john, who would steal the tax money from the sheriff and give it back to the poor. To use as an example of a legend and for children to then come up with one of their.
Brief history of the legend of robin hood the story is set in the town of nottingham, england. In the legends, robin was extremely intelligent and had a playful sense of humour. The legend of robin hood powerpoint teacher made twinkl. Delightfully entertaining, funfilled and clever retelling of this well known folk story. A spread of printed, downloadable fun activities, available from robin hoods little. Get your kindle here, or download a free kindle reading app.
Robin hood early years eyfs, robin hood, myths, legends. In this episode of vlogs of knowledge we cover the famous myth of robin hood. A timeless classic about friendship, loyalty and justice, the inspiring tale of robin hood and his group of loyal companions has enchanted children for generations. Robin hood does not have an official author but many writers have written stories that use his character.
Oct 26, 2009 this resources can be used with my two other resources to give three different points of view on the robin hood story. Robin hood was famous for stealing from the rich to give money to the poor. The story is told from the perspective of a young boy whose father is captured by the evil sheriff of nottingham and who then runs away to find robin hood to rescue his father. The activities below extend the learning from this book. The songs are so easy to learn the children sang like a dream. This section contains a collection of early years ks1 teaching resources devoted to the heroic outlaw from sherwood forest. In the first of our series, his guest is a sad knight who has fallen on hard times. Robin hood lived in sherwood forest where he practiced archery and defended the poor f. Tell them to think about any stories theyve read or films theyve seen.
Robin hood primary school beckhampton road, bestwood park, nottingham, nottinghamshire, ng5 5na, uk paper copies of all documents and policies on the website are available from the school office. The contents include the rhymes or ballads as well as plays and songs. Review by margaret cresswell teacher, new zealand the robin hood musical was an with our y5 and y6 syndicate and we were able to include all 75 children on stage for the majority of the scenes. Nobody knows if he was a real person or an invented character. There are lots of different robin hood stories out there. This resources can be used with my two other resources to give three different points of view on the robin hood story. The first story that told of a robin hood character was called robin hood and the monk and was written in. The merry adventures of robin hood remains in print to this day, and his other books, frequently with medieval european settings, include a fourvolume set on king arthur that cemented his reputation. Robin makes a daring raid on the castle of the evil sheriff of nottingham in order to rescue the prisoners held inside. Specially rewritten for young children, the story features wellknown characters including maid. The story of robin hood and his merrie men 1952 imdb.
For more information, visit robin hood 1a the story of robin hood read the story and fill in the spaces using the words in the box. The sheriff of nottingham was robin hoods archenemy. Hacking, heists and flaming arrows, as well as corresponding discussion questions and activities. With richard todd, joan rice, peter finch, james hayter. Artreachs robin hood combines classic drama with sidespitting comedy. Adventures of robin hood at usborne childrens books. A long time ago, in england, the legend of robin hood was born. Robins eye followed the line of the shot and could see it pointed at a large red deer, one of the abbots own animals. Hacking, heists and flaming arrows, as well as corresponding discussion questions and. The sheriff of nottingham is rich enough to become king.
In the story of robin hood, the merry men often gathered at a particular oak tree in sherwood forest. Two dots can make the eyes of a fox or the eyes of keys that open locks. A beautifully illustrated picture book that brings the legend of the mysterious outlaw robin hood to life for little children. See more ideas about robin, eyfs and medieval party. Oxford reading tree stage 6 stories teachit primary. Robin hood primary resources, robin hood, myths, legends. Ideal for retelling the story during small world play also see our small world play background. This page summarizes some of the most common elements of the legend, taken from.
Welcome to esl printables, the website where english language teachers exchange resources. For example, the early stories say robin hood was not a nobleman. Inside youll find 30 daily lessons, 20 fun activities, 180 multiple choice questions, 60 short essay questions, 20 essay questions, quizzeshomework assignments, tests, and more. The sheriff of nottingham had placed many rewards for the capture of robin hood but nobody had ever. According to legend, he was a highly skilled archer and swordsman. Give them a couple of minutes, then write their ideas on the board. Robin was about to shout a warning to the man, when there was a loud twang as the bowstring snapped back into place, and the animal fell onto its side, an arrow protruding from its neck. In some versions of the legend, he is depicted as being of noble birth, and in modern retellings he is sometimes depicted as having fought in the crusades before returning to england to find his lands. If you would like to see anything else added to this section please get in touch and let us know. Mansfield building societys new learn about money booklet for children. Theres plenty of swashbuckling and arrow shooting and. This clip is a stimulus for writing a historical story in ks1 or ks2 english. An exciting retelling of how robin hood, englands most famous outlaw, outwits the evil sheriff of nottingham.
It includes robin hood themed posters, display banners, notepaper, roleplay masks, stick puppets and much more. Robin hood british tales people have told stories about robin hood for more than 700 years. This site contains extensive information on robin hood. Key stage 2 roleplay but can be adapted for key stage 1. Suddenly a figure appears dressed in greenbut who is it. There is also an early playtext appended to a 1560 printed edition of the gest. Download robin hood escape from the sheriff board game in word format. Theres plenty of swashbuckling and arrow shooting and the illustrations are very atmospheric.
Look out for the sheriffs story and maid marions story and decide whose side you would have been on. A teachers guide to the signet classics edition of the merry adventures of robin hood by howard pyle 5 robin dupes the authorities authority in the novel usually appears in the guise of a religious figure like the bishop of hereford or a wellfed monk or the sheriff of nottingham, his agents, or agents of henry. The stories say that he was extremely intelligent and a skilled archer. Early learning resources robin hood stick puppets free. The play at times is written with some very clever and amusing narrative poetry to explain complex characters and motives which maybe difficult for children to understand. Robin hood lived in sherwood forest with his gang of merry men, most famously little john and friar tuck. A collection of downloadable worksheets, exercises and activities to teach robin hood, shared by english language teachers. The merry adventures of robin hood lesson plans for. Robin hood by robert muchamore extracts and notes for. Robin hood free download of audio adventure stories. A collection of robin hood themed stick puppets, featuring the major characters from the story. Long ago, in england was ruled by a wicked, greedy prince john.
Robin hood by robert muchamore extracts and notes for ks2 teachers teachwire teaching resource. The subject of ballads, books and films, robin hood has proven to be one of popular cultures most enduring folk heroes. This interactive resource tells the story of robin hood meeting friar tuck and asking him to become one of his merry men. Find out more in this bitesize primary ks2 english guide. Sign up now to download robin hood robin hood hat twinkl key stage 1 year 1, year 2. Robin hood is a legend, as some of the characters in the story are based on people who really existed. Showing top 8 worksheets in the category robin hood. He loves all sports and knows robin hood and his men are the best archers in the kingdom. It can be played an interactive whiteboard and used as a lesson starter. The merry adventures of robin hood lesson plan contains a variety of teaching materials that cater to all learning styles.
Robin hood the facts and the fiction legends, stories. Robin hood by robert muchamore extracts and notes for ks2. How robin hood came to live in the green wood 1 ii. Robin hood, widely considered as the king of thieves, but the quality of helping people selflessly made him great. He ordered the sheriff nottingham to tax the people so heavily that some were forced to become outlaws.
Early learning resources robin hood teaching resources. Storytellers continue to add new stories and new characters to the legend. The legend of robin hood powerpoint unlimited premium. He wrote an original work, otto of the silver hand, in 1888.
Robin hood the facts and the fiction legends, stories, songs. Robin hood portrait page borders teacher made twinkl. Each chapter of this audio show weaves a magical story around a chosen dish, and listeners can download a. Long ago, in england in sherwood forest live robin hood. The story of robin hood has been around for a very long time. Robin hood is a legendary heroic outlaw originally depicted in english folklore and subsequently featured in literature and film.969 1382 723 1233 1312 49 1146 554 1248 1363 263 150 783 1002 1322 316 148 66 474 1171 1371 693 1288 834 690 1148 1119 337 1190 39 693 419 71 350 74 1450 1483 116 291 534 734 583 319 106 349 665 520 1070 187