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Depth and Complexity with fairytales! Everything you need to introduce and teach the 11 icons to your students. Excellent way to incorporate lively discussion and cooperative learning into your classroom. $

Teach Depth and Complexity Using Fairytales {Complete Resource}

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Fairy Tales for 21st Century Kids #weareteachers

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After studying the classic fairy tales, it's fun to compare the fractured versions.

Young Adult RETELLINGS - An epic chart brought to you by EpicReads! #yalit

Bulletin Board idea when teaching fractured fairy tales. Free printable wanted poster.

You've heard of the Story of Rapunzel, but every story has two sides... Here's the other side of the story... #books

Princess and the Pea writing craft. She is as delicate as a . . .

Castle Art Tutorial for Fairy Tale Unit: cute art project for students

Princess and the Pea - I LOVE this for little ones.

In rhyme, the sister of the three little pigs shows them that life is more than just "sitting and waiting", that there are "things to be making"! She shows them that their fears are groundless and gets them out of their house and off having adventures -- as she does! It is an excellent book for all little children, with a girl as the heroine, very much in the spirit of today's women. - See more at: towardthestars.co...

Fairy Tales & Imagination: Red Riding Hood --- Red Riding Hood activity ideas!

FREE! All About Fairy Tales Emergent Reader! Common Core correlation standards: K.RF.1 K.RF.3 K.RF.4 This emergent reader text is appropriate for kindergarten students. The sight word "have" ...

toilet paper tubes castles...this would be so much fun to do during a fairy tale unit!

Fairy Tale Activities using James Marshall's fairy tales. There is a free comparing diagram attached.

Cinderella Stories - Cinderella stories are a great way to have students learn about fables and folktales from different cultures. Many students are familiar with the Disney version, but have not yet begun to explore how authors can write the same story in different ways. There are so many versions, you can pick the ones that you think will be best for your students.