Hansel and Gretel

 

  • What can you see? Try to find something you’re partner hasn’t. (There are some close-ups below.)
  • What are the children doing? Why?
  • Why is this house made of sweets?
  • Who lives here? How do you know?
  • Who is peeking out from behind the door? Why is she hiding? Do the children know that she’s there?
  • What’s going to happen next?
  • Give the children some advice – be their fairy godmother!
  • What is the significance of the bird in the foreground (on the left)? Does it have an effect on the overall mood of the picture?
  • Tell this story from the bird’s perspective.

 

Credit: Oscar Ramos
Website – not all images are appropriate for children

4 Comments
  • Anonymous
    Posted at 15:46h, 29 July Reply

    This one was very exciting to do because it was fun and you didnt know is there and whats going to happen.

  • Kenzie Thomson
    Posted at 15:47h, 29 July Reply

    This picture was very exciting because you didnt know whats going to happen next .

  • B!
    Posted at 08:44h, 11 August Reply

    cool i love the picture called hansel & gretel but i as saw the witch and i wrote about is today in class but not the witch.

  • klarese
    Posted at 01:01h, 17 August Reply

    that looks so cool

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