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Folk Tales, Fairy Tales, and Other LegendsFolk Tales, Fairy Tales, and Other Legends is a great way to truly engage your students in a whole lot of fun. From the Interactive PowerPoint with an engaging quiz to the ability to create their own authentic tales, your students will love this lesson and t
This unit is a fun one! The students love this time of year! Plan on spending 3-4 weeks within this unit of study. It contains a planning page for writing a Fairy Tale, Folk Tale, or Fable. It also includes a page for the students to take notes during your read alouds. Some books I shared were
Kids love making books! Writing Books include a collection of Folk Tales, Fairy Tales, Nursery Rhymes, and Fables with 86 different covers! Writing Books are perfect for written Retellings, writing centers, or during Writer’s Workshop. My students love them and continue to request different themed
This 10-page download includes a unit comprised of four writing-based lessons regarding "Trickster Tales: Forty Folk Stories from Around the World," addressing four different writing modes: argumentation, comparison, narration, and reflection. These four lesson plans includes clear instructions for
Understanding the FIVE types of Folktales can be extremely confusing for students! This resource gives students the opportunity to CREATE their own type of folktale! Creation is Depth of Knowledge Level 4 and the highest level of Bloom's Taxonomy. This resource guides students on how to write their
This pack includes resources to compare and contrast the themes among three different folktales: "Martina the Beautiful Cockroach" (Cuban Folktale), "Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters" (African Folktale), and "The Rough-Face Girl" (Native American Folktale.) Handouts to use while reading each book as wel
Students roll a die to choose the character, setting, and moral of a folktale. After students discover these elements they can begin organizing their ideas into their own folktale. Helps students understand how a moral fits into a folktale. Great writing extension to go with a folktale unit.
This packet is perfect for having a 2nd, 3rd or 4th grader create their own folktale. it includes graphic organizers of all of the important elements in a folktale and is easy to follow. It does not include a rubric, as I feel that each teacher needs to decide which elements are most omportant to
Folktales are an excellent genre to teach reading and writing skills to students. This product contains student friendly tools to help kids be accountable for their own work. With rubric and checklist in hand, students can use their independent writing time wisely while the teacher confers with in
Students will enjoy using their creativity when writing their own African folktale! After reading several examples students use this 7-page packet to walk them through writing their very own African folktale. This packet includes: an overview of purpose and description of African folktales, direc
Folktale Writing is a writing activity in which kids are able to take a format and add in their own parts of speech to create a little folktale. This is meant to be a supplemental activity to go along with your folktale unit. It's not a true folktale (one that's been around for generations), but
The FOLKTALE WRITING UNIT is a Common Core aligned unit for grades 2 through 6!Included in this resource:-Suggested Unit Pacing-Folktales Anchor Chart-Note-Taking Student Sheets-Graphic Organizers for each type of folktale-Folktale Writing Project with...-Project Assignment Sheet-Project Template an
This mini unit is on how to write a folktale. First, we read African Folktales on animals (all online) and watch some videos (all online) and then we write one. The title is "How (an animal) got its (body part). Included is a brainstorming sheet, outline sheet, rough draft writing sheet, and good c
Fairy Tales are some of the most well known stories around the world. This lesson takes the students through the characteristics of a fairy tale, asks them to compare and contrast "The Three Little Pigs" with "The True Story of the Three Little Pigs," and then has them write their own fairy tale. L
Your students will discover the wondrous world of folk tales. They will read three classic folks tales, How the Porcupine Got His Quills, How Sun, Moon, and Wind Went To Dinner, and How Tortoise Overcame The Elephant and Hippo. Then they will be encouraged to create and write their own folk tale.
This is a wonderfully fun yet challenging cooperative small group assessment activity to be used in any Creative Writing or ELA course in which you have a folk tale unit and wish to incorporate a dramatic activity. I would suggest sharing the folk tale PowerPoint notes/application set I also have fo
Graphic Organizer for writing folk tales. Helps students include important figurative language and other characteristics of the folk tale genre.
You this organizer with your student's to help them identify the moral of a story. Also great before a writing assignment or to use with a close reading strategy.
Connect the Texts: You don't need to use Reading Street Juan Verdades for this! You can just use the two texts I provide to compare the prompt, "How does each text support the proverb, honesty is the best policy, which refers to the importance and value of honesty in our life and how it rewards pe
This writing piece allows beginning writers to fill in the answers to 3 questions about folk tales as well as write their own response.
This rubric pairs well with all types of folktales, providing spaces for students to reflect on their own work, and goal set for next time! This rubric is easily understood by teachers, kids, and parents alike! 2 rubrics per page
Students read different folk tales then write their own. This includes the outline for the project. See my other files for a rubric.
Here is an editable rubric for a writing folk tale project. See also my outline for the project.
Thorough guidelines for a creative writing project in which students select a product or idiomatic expression and write a myth, fable, folktale, fairy tale, or legend to illustrate it. Includes a list of 70 proverbs to choose some, as well as definitions of key terms.

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