Your students will love practicing engineering skills to help their favorite fairy tale characters from: •The Three Little Pigs •The Three Billy Goats Gruff •Jack and the Beanstalk In addition to the "What is an Engineer?" Poster, you will find: a complete lesson plan, student planning page, research ideas (QR Codes/Library Book Recommendations), and pictures of the products in action for each fairy tale story.

Your students will love practicing engineering skills to help their favorite fairy tale characters from: •The Three Little Pigs •The Three Billy Goats Gruff •Jack and the Beanstalk In addition to the "What is an Engineer?" Poster, you will find: a complete lesson plan, student planning page, research ideas (QR Codes/Library Book Recommendations), and pictures of the products in action for each fairy tale story.

Fairytales are old stories told and retold again, but do they deserve a place in a modern language arts curriculum?... read more

Fairytales are old stories told and retold again, but do they deserve a place in a modern language arts curriculum?... read more

Build a working latch! Students will enjoy this fun STEM Challenge to help the Three Bears keep Goldilocks out for good. Fairy Tale STEM for upper elementary from More Than a Worksheet $ This is also part of a money saving bundle: www.teacherspayte...

Build a working latch! Students will enjoy this fun STEM Challenge to help the Three Bears keep Goldilocks out for good. Fairy Tale STEM for upper elementary from More Than a Worksheet $ This is also part of a money saving bundle: www.teacherspayte...

The text's nonintimidating, gentle tone, paired with playful, bright, and inviting illustrations, is certain to inspire a more in-depth discussion in the classroom or during one-on-one sharing about bullying…Caregivers and educators will appreciate the constructive message that this fractured fairy tale has to offer on the subject of bullying.  —School Library Journal

The text's nonintimidating, gentle tone, paired with playful, bright, and inviting illustrations, is certain to inspire a more in-depth discussion in the classroom or during one-on-one sharing about bullying…Caregivers and educators will appreciate the constructive message that this fractured fairy tale has to offer on the subject of bullying. —School Library Journal

Fairy Tales

Fairy Tales

Fairy Tales

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