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This Folktales Compare and Contrast Unit is a fun and engaging folktale unit created to be a companion to The Three Pigs and The Three Little Wolves and The Big Bad Pig. Students compare and contrast the two stories, make a pig and wolf craft with a writing activity and so much more!✅ You can creat
⭐️These 14 digital and printable Lexile® leveled close reading stories and question sets aligned to RL.4.9 are perfect for teaching, developing, or reinforcing comparing and contrasting skills. Fourth grade students learn to compare and contrast similar themes, topics, and patterns of events in stori
Explore similar themes and topics in traditional literature from different cultures with three instructional slideshows, posters, ten paired passages, and graphic organizers. The complete differentiated ELA unit teaches students to identify characters, setting, plot, and theme; find similarities and
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
Students read paired reading passages, organize elements in tables, compare in Venn diagrams, and write compare and contrast paragraphs. This set emphasizes location of important story elements and using them to construct responses. To support classroom, hybrid, and distance learning, resources are
Toothy® Task Kits- an original idea from Angie Olson at ©Lucky Little Learners, LLC.This pack is part of the 2nd Grade Reading Toothy Bundle. Save money by purchasing the bundle HERE.Your students will receive all the practice they need to reinforce the skill of compare and contrast with this pack!
These bundled activities allow students to practice comparing & contrasting and sequencing through classic folktales and fairytales. Included in compare and contrast are five Venn diagram worksheets featuring ten well-known children’s stories. Stories used are: Little Red Riding Hood - Goldi
Have “locks” of fun this year comparing the many different versions of “Goldilocks” with your class. Discover the difference in characters, events, endings and much more! Titles include: Goldilocks and the Three Bears Goldi Rocks and the Three Bears Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas Goatilocks and
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
These activities allow students to practice comparing and contrasting through classic folktales and fairytales. Included are five Venn diagram worksheets to compare and contrast ten well-known children’s stories. Stories are: Little Red Riding Hood - Goldilocks and the Three Bears Jack and the B
In this unit, we will compare and contrast two folk tales based on their character, setting, plot, and lesson, moral, or message. This unit can be paired with a second and third grade standard: C.C.S.S. R.L. 2 Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine the
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 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 graphic organizer in English used for comparing and contrasting two folktales. This organizer asks students about characters, setting, events, moral/lesson, and any figurative language used in the story. At the bottom of the page it includes sentences stems for students to use to share
3rd - 5th
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 graphic organizer corresponds with NJ CCCS: RL 2.2 Recount stories including fables and folktales from diverse cultures and determine their central message, lesson or moral. This can be used with any variation of standard stories that might be read: Little Red Riding Hood and Lon Po Po, Cindere
2nd - 3rd
This lesson plan has students create their own folktale using a Folktale Storyboard handout (that is available for free in my Store). Students are provided with a variety of prompts that encourage them to explain an event in nature via a folktale. When students have finished creating their own folkt
This is a flipchart I have created to spice up the LearnZillion "scripted" lesson. This lesson is for the Unit Cajun Folktales, Lesson 27 (writing). I added this lesson as an extension of lesson 27 to give students more writing practice. They use their research from lesson 27 to write a compare &am
This lesson plan engages students in comparing and contrasting two texts within a genre. The students are comparing the Native American folktale, Pushing Up the Sky, (found in their Scott Foresman Reading Street 3rd Grade textbooks) and the children's trade book, How Tiger Got His Stripes: A Folktal
This is a great activity for learners to discover, analyze and compare folktales. Suggested Use: Use for Literary Centers or Whole Group activity Page 1: Have a variety of different folktales out for learners to read and explore during silent reading time. As they read have them fill out the c
This PowerPoint is designed to be used in conjunction with Orange Belt Unit 4 of 4 [Rolling Riceballs!] This PowerPoint will introduce the unit. With the compliment of this PowerPoint students; ◎ Discuss how texts are presented ◎ Reflect on Western folktales/ fairy tales ◎ Analyse how script is pr
This is a comprehensive unit where students will have the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of folktales by comparing/contrasting 3 different Anansi tales. Anansi stories are derived from West Africa and uses the character of a spider to teach lessons about not behaving poorly. In this un
Engage students in this writing task that compares and contrasts the settings of the texts titled "Bouki Over a Barrel" and "The Buzzard and the Chicken Hawk". What's Included?*Printable Text: "The Buzzard and the Chicken Hawk"*Writing Task *H-Chart Pre-Writing Graphic Organizer*Exemplar
This file is used to accompany any two Cinderella versions. Students will analyze two different versions of the Cinderella tale, and then work to compare and contrast the similarities and differences between the two texts. First they will analyze the characters, settings, events, problems/solution

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