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Byrd Baylor and Painted Rocks

Start with melted crayon rocks then add your message with Sharpie.

Thumbelina series, digital painting by Dani Soon - ego-alterego.com

Thumbelina series, digital painting by Dani Soon

kafkasapartment: “ Contemporary illustrations for Hans Christian Andersen’s classic fairy tale ‘Thumbelina’ using elements of Korean folk painting, all by Dani SOON ”

What a great idea! This could be a fun outdoor project for the kids to make for themselves.  Or, you could buy these from Crafting Connections :)

These are awesome! Stones painted with images that you and your kids can use to tell stories. :: Story Stones by Crafting Connections Art

Lucy Calkins - Adapting and Writing Fairy Tales - Third Grade

Lucy Calkins - Adapting and Writing Fairy Tales - Third Grade

Below is the table of contents. I have included worksheets tailored to help you navigate Grade Unit 4 Narrative writing on fairy tales by Lucy .

The three little pigs story stones.

The three little pigs story stones are a great literacy retelling tool. The students can move them around to understand the story better.

Stealers of Light, set of two prints.  Stealers of Light  Edmund Dulac illustration

"The light she had thought to extinguish had escaped from her dying hands and floated always farther across the desert, shedding its marvellous radiance over rock and stone." From Dulac, The Stealers of Light, 1916

Green Mermaid and Jellyfish - © Destiny Lauritsen / Dalliann Illustration & Design

New Illustrations: Mermaid Trio

Green Mermaid and Jellyfish - © Destiny Lauritsen / Dalliann Illustration & Design

The kids all brought in veggies to make our own stone soup.  To encourage them to try it, they all got to bring home this very special memento.  It was a great incentive. :)

Send home mementos of the stone soup experience

Pinned for later from rackham.artpassions.net: Arthur Rackham

brudesworld: “She looked with angry woe at the straining and snarling horde below.”The Wooing of Becfola from Irish Fairy Tales, illustrated by Arthur Rackham, 1920

Classic Illustration Art: Arthur Rackham

"Bear the changeling child to my bower in fairy land" - Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham

From the tale The Four Clever Brothers. 'They found the Princess still on the rock, but the dragon was asleep with his head on her lap''. Illustration by Arthur Rackham from the book 'Snowdrop and Other Tales' http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1447477375/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1447477375&linkCode=as2&tag=reaboo09-20&linkId=3M2TE5OS2H4REJZ2

From the tale The Four Clever Brothers. 'They found the Princess still on the rock, but the dragon was asleep with his head on her lap''. Illustration by Arthur Rackham from the book 'Snowdrop and Other Tales'

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