Fairy Tale Fun will help your students create unique fairy tales by filling in the blanks. They roll a large story cube (or spin the story element spinner) and select a setting, good character, evil character, problem, magic object and transportation. They fill in the blanks and then read their silly story to a friend. Students can also use the story element cubes and spinners to just select the 6 story elements and write their own stories. The set includes story paper (handwriting lines for younger students and regular lines for older) and a graphic organizer for writing down the elements that you chose.
It works great for a classroom or homeschool. Younger students can use this set with some guidance. I would use it with my 1st graders by modeling it under the document camera and doing a few stories together. Most of them would then be able to complete a story independently
I made this set for an upcoming family literacy night in our elementary classes. It is something that younger students can participate in with their parents and build their reading and writing skills. Older elementary students can do this independently and come up with their own stories. My 4th grader son was totally laughing about the ending that he rolled.
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Key words: Fairy Tales, reading, writing, ELA, word work, literacy
by Melissa Michael, Teacher Treasure Hunter