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This Fable Tools and Activity Pack is the perfect companion to any fable unit, grades 2-3! Make fables fun by using these additional teaching tools, activities, and games during your fable unit! Included in this file:Fable Vocabulary Anchor Charts: Designed for displayTwo Fable Graphic Organizers: C
Discuss and enjoy the genre of Fables. Fourteen fables by Aesop to teach...read and write fables... graphic organizers, key vocabulary and more! This teaching resource is a mini unit to read and learn about fables and the many life lessons they teach! These pages on Fables can easily be assigned f
This download includes everything you need to teach fables in your classroom. You will find… • ten fables including The Ant and the Grasshopper, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, The Dog and His Reflection, The Fox and the Grapes, The Lion and the Mouse, The Mermaid and the Woodcutter, The Peacock and the Cr
Print and hang up this poster while you teach your fables, folktales, and myths unit or all year long! Optional: using your school's poster maker, blow this poster up to use as an anchor chart! Your kiddos will love learning about this topic!
This is an anchor chart about the features of fables. This comes from a fable genre study packet with activities that work with any fable: Fable Genre Study Packet
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1st - 3rd
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This resource is perfect for introducing, explaining, or reteaching the various genres of Folktales including Myths, Legends, Fairytales and Fables. These Anchor Charts can be used as handouts, posters, or placed in interactive journals as inserts for students to reference and remind themselves of t
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2nd - 6th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
English language learners can learn about well know fairy tales and fables with these close reading units. Each product includes anchor charts in color, graphic organizers and writing prompts. All worksheets are available in English with a duplicate worksheet in Spanish. Included in this bundle:Th
This anchor chart includes elements of fables and images of popular fables. You can put this under a document camera when introducing fables. Then display this in your room after your unit on fables to use as a reference. Check out a simpler version of this anchor chart in my store. It has been siz
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PreK - 4th
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This activity has six classic fables for use with studying the genre and reviewing and practicing the concept of plot. To go along with each fable is a set of event cards to glue on a plot chart. Answer key is provided. Great fun way to practice several concepts at once! Also helpful for: AIM
Use this as anchor chart to display the characteristics of a fable for students or add to student notebook and/or binders to use as a reference.
Fables Anchor Chart Fables anchor chart for students to reference or insert in their literacy notebook. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Receive TPT credit to use on future purchases!  Go to My Purchases page and beside each purc
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2nd - 4th
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This is generic fable chart that you can use for any fable. I use Arnold Lobel's collection and remove the morals for students. It is a great way to get them to analyze the fable and character motivation!
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6th - 8th
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Have your students follow along and jot down or draw pictures of what each mouse sees in this booked called Seven Blind Mice. This is part of the Fountas and Pinnell Interactive Read Aloud Series on Fables.
How to Assemble VideoTeach students the characteristics of a fable by using this anchor chart poster. Great visual aid for SPED AND ELL Learners.PLEASE NOTE THIS IS FOR ONE POSTER. Includes the following:-PDF of Color and Blackline poster-JPG of Color and Blackline Poster-BONUS- BlockPoster PDF of p
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K - 12th
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This mini anchor chart is perfect to post in the classroom for your students to refer back to after a lesson on fables!You may also like:Reading Response Activities for First GradeMath Problem-Solving Mini PostersDon't forget to give my shop a follow, so you can be the first to see when I post new p
This is an Anchor chart where students can fill in the title, an inference about the character, their context clues used to make that inference, and the moral lesson. The chart has clip art matching to the fable "El Leon y el Raton" but can be fixed for any fable with a moral lesson.
This is to be incorporated into a fable unit and to reinforce author's craft. It worked very well for my students.
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2nd - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This anchor chart can be used in many ways. I love to laminate it and leave it up during out "fractured folktales" writing unit. It can also we an awesome addition to a writing or reader response notebook.
Use this to chart the important characteristics of fables when studying traditional literature. Great for "I do, we do, you do together, you do alone" with perfect amount of spaces.
Utilize this easy to use graphic organizer to help students determine the elements of a fable. Can be used for compare and contrast! Excellent to support the CCSS!
This chart allows students to compare and contrast fables. They will compare and contrast the trickster, fable problem and solution, and the moral or lesson the fable teaches.
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2nd - 4th
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Graphic Organizer for the Elements of a Fable.
Chart designed to identify the narrative elements in a fable.
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3rd - 5th
Fables Reader’s theater, lessons and writing activities that meet the common core! I am super excited about this unit and I know you will be too! This Fables packet is loaded with great activities to do with your students that meet the common core. This packet includes 8 different Fables that are

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