A teacher uses the familiar text, [[ https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61FxxLChcpL.jpg | The Three Billy Goats Gruff ]], to teach students how to sequentially retell a story and develop students’ spatial awareness. A Narrative Obstacle Course is prepared by using a low-rise sturdy table to serve as the bridge in the story. Volunteers are selected to play the roles of the three goats. As the teacher reads the story aloud, the each student acts out their part (e.g., stomping their feet on the bridge). The non-role playing students participate by stating a familiar, repeating line from the story (e.g. “Trip trap, trip trap, trip trap!”). At the end, the teacher asks the students for other elements that could be added to the course to make it more engaging (e.g., first goat stomps, the second goat walks, third goat crawls). After selecting new details to include in the obstacle course, the teacher selects new volunteers to role play and re-reads the story with the class.