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These graphic organizer allows students to compare and contrast the elements of stories for various fairy tales, folk tales, and fables. In addition to a general organizer for any title, I've included alternatives graphic organizers that have the titles of specific fairy tales. This is a great org
Aesop's Fables: Compare and Contrast, Point of View, Character Traits, and Central Message RL2, RL3, RL6, and RL9 **I have also included some fables together to compare and contrast across two different fables. Fables Included: (Kid friendly fables along with lots of common core aligned worksheet
One way in which to deepen students' understanding of genres is to compare and contrast different genres. This Venn diagram helps deepen students understanding of fairy tales and fables by comparing and contrasting the genre features. This Venn diagram can be used alone or I've included the genre
Teaching fables, folktales, and fairytales got you down? These are always fun stories to read in your classroom, but the similarities and differences can get confusing! This resource teaches the major differences between fables, folktales, and fairytales with multiple fun activities! Little or no pr
This animated PowerPoint teaches students how to identify and compare points of view or perspectives among characters. Students see how beliefs, attitudes, values, and experiences shape point of view. Fables such as The Tortoise and the Hare, The Ants and the Grasshopper, The Lion and the Mouse,
This is a two-four day worksheet lesson for working on Theme and the treatment of similar topics. Included are two fables (The Mouse at the Seashore and The Young Rooster), as well as comprehension questions for each fable. This has worked well for my classroom in comparing the treatment of similar
This product teaches the features or characteristics of fables, folktales, fairy tales, tall tales, legends, and myths. Students need to be familiar with different genres and determine the central message. In this product, students learn what makes the six genres unique. The learning is extended wi
This worksheet includes two fables that students can compare and contrast.
2nd - 5th
This bundle is full of 4th & 5th grade standards aligned resources. Students are asked to identify morals, recount stories by exploring their elements, understand characters, distinguish points of view, and work with new vocabulary. There are so many resources in one engaging collection! This is
This is a two-day worksheet lesson for working on Theme and the treatment of similar topics. Included are two fables (The Hen and the Apple Tree and The Donkey in the Lion's Skin), as well as comprehension questions for each fable. This has worked well for my classroom in comparing the treatment o
Perfect for the Literature standards RL.2 and RL.9!This purchase includes:3 Fables, 1 compare and contrast worksheet, and answer key-The Fox and the Crow-The Crow and the Pitcher-The Vain CrowIf you like this product, check out this similar product: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/RL2-Th
1st - 4th
Three different pairs of compare and contrast stories to choose from! All stories and worksheets are centered around having a crow as a character and learning a lesson. Each pair of fables has a matching compare and contrast worksheet. Answer keys are included. I also threw in a page where all three
This is test prep and writing combined! You can use this resource for teaching the reading strategy compare and contrast. You can use this for your bulletin board, as an assessment, while teaching whole group or even while teaching small group. There is no limit to how you can use this resource. Thi
How does the fairy tale, Cinderella, align to the steps and stages of the Hero's Journey or Monomyth? Identifying and analyzing the acts and stages of the Hero’s Journey can be difficult for students, so why not introduce the monomyth via much-loved children's fairy tales, myths and fables? With thi
This product includes student response sheets to help focus reading when reading multiple fables, folktales or myths. The focus of reading is for students to notice the theme, plot, characters and events in the story. By doing this, students are then asked to notice similarities in author’s craft
This lesson is a great introduction to comparing and contrasting fables when students have not yet learned exactly what to compare. It includes a graphic organizer with question prompts to help guide readers when looking for differences and similarities in fables. After answering the questions, stud
This has two fables: The Fox and the Goat and Ant and Grasshopper. There are 5 comprehension questions that deal with the morals of the fables and comparing the two.
Get your students up and moving as they compare two versions of the same fairy tale or fable with this Mix Pair Share lesson! Questions include comparing endings, analyzing characters and setting, determining the moral/lesson, and will work with just about any fairy tale or fable you are comparing
Students will compare and contrast two of Aesop's fables. This goes with RL 5.9
Perfect for the Literature standards RL.2 and RL.9! This purchase includes: 3 Fables, 1 compare and contrast worksheet, and answer key -The Dog, the Cock, and the Jackal -The Donkey, the Jackal, and the Lion -The Farmer and the Jackal If you like this product, check out this similar product:
1st - 4th
This product is a 4 page assessment with passages and questions on comparing and contrasting folktales and fables. There is also a section on language skills that assesses spelling patterns, irregular plural verbs, possessive nouns, & pronoun/antecedent agreement. The RLA question types are simi
2nd - 4th
This is a common core aligned ELA story and question set, in cursive. This Cursive Common Core worksheet focuses on two short fables and asks the students to compare. Save time! Teach cursive, fables, and compare and contrast with one set! ---------------------------------- Many people complain t
This is the perfect quick check for distance learning. Everything your students need is in one place. Easy to plug straight into GoogleClassroom.
1st - 3rd
Graphic Organizer to compare and contrast up to four fables and/or folktales. Students can compare the: characters, beginning, ending, and moral to the stories.

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