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Goldilocks & the 3 Bears Masks

Goldilocks and the three bears

About This Primary Resource

A collection of ‘Goldilocks and the three bears’ masks, ideal for storytelling and role-play scenarios in your school or early years setting. This resource was designed by freelance graphic designer Peter Simon. For more examples of his work visit peterfolio.com.

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  1. giovanna

    very useful!

  2. Lorna Donaldson

    I have just started to work with EYFS again this term after two terms away. These resources will be very useful to start up our current traditional tales project.

  3. Vickie Chin

    Thank you

  4. meeae

    thank you

  5. Jennifer

    Your masks look great!

  6. Aoife Doyle

    I would find these resources very useful in my work environment

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