We love fairy tales! Over the years, we have learned that our kids often do not know the traditional fairy tales. We hope you and your students will enjoy learning all about fairy tales. We are concentrating on traditional fairy tales. Sometimes, we will throw in a popular remake or fractured fairy tale ideas. However, our focus is on teaching traditional fairy tale versions and adaptations.
We have created a unit about the Jack and the Beanstalk story.
We hope you enjoy these Jack and the Beanstalk story activities.
Included in this unit:
Book List of Suggested Readings
Jack and the Beanstalk Word Bank
Jack and the Beanstalk Sentences
Story Elements Page
Jack and the Beanstalk Vocabulary Cards and Write the Room Activity
4 Graphic Organizers to brainstorm: giants, gold coins, goose and harp
4 Graphic Organizers to describe: beanstalk, Giant, Giant’s Wife and Jack
4 Label It pages: Giant, Giant’s Wife, Harp and Jack’s Mom
Jack and the Beanstalk Vocabulary Matching Game: definitions and words
What Do the Magic Beans Look Like?
Who Am I?
How Many New Words Can You Make?
What Does the Giant Say?
What Would You Trade for Magic Beans?
I Will Share the Golden Eggs
What Would You Do with a Bag of Gold Coins
ABC Order Activity page
Answering the Tough Questions
Tic Tac Toe
If you enjoyed our fairy tale unit, take a look at:
If you love fairy tales as much as we do, take a look at:
A Unit Inspired by The Frog Prince
A Unit Inspired by Little Red Riding Hood
A Unit Inspired by Snow White
A Unit Inspired by Goldilocks and the 3 Bears
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