This integrated Fairy Tale Unit has everything you need to teach Fairy Tales.
The first pages are graphic organizers that can be used for any Fairy Tale Book that you want!
The strategies are:
1. Compare and Contrast
3. Problem and Solution
6. Cause and Effect
8. Reading Strategy Posters
The graphic organizers that are story specific (Cinderella, Three Little Pigs, Jack and the Beanstalk, Goldilocks, and Little Red Riding Hood)
The strategies are:
1. Narrative Elements
2. Character Mapping
Pg 4 – List of Fairy Tale Titles and Fractured Fairy Tales. There is also a link to a more comprehensive list of Fairy Tales.
Math: There are a total of 5 different math games.
Cinderella (Adding and Subtracting Decimals – Game w/ gameboard, answer key, and game pieces)
In this game students will have cards that they will use for adding and subtracting decimals.
Using the Answer Key, they will check with their teammates to see if they are correct. If correct, they will roll a die and move the spaces on the game board. The objective is to answer correctly and win the game.
Goldilocks (Geometry BINGO)
There are 18 different Geometry BINGO boards and teacher cards.
Little Red Riding Hood (Scavenger Hunt – multiplying and dividing large numbers)
I make one copy of the Scavenger Hunt cards
I make one copy of the Scavenger Hunt cards and usually hang them in the hallway. You could hang them in your room if you wanted. I partner students up and then they solve their answers on their piece of paper and find the cards that have the correct answer and write down that card number. An Answer Key has been provided.
Jack and the Beanstalk (Can you Convert – Game w/ gameboard, answer key, and game pieces)
In this game students will have cards that they will use for conversion problems. Using the Answer Keys, they will check with their teammates to see if they are correct. If correct, they will roll a die and move the spaces on the game board. The objective is to answer correctly and win the game.
Three Little Pigs (Elapsed Time – Scoot)
This resource can be used to review elapsed time. I usually make two different colored sets of the cards so it isn’t as many problems for the students. In this game you place one card on each student's desk and then you have one kid stand at each desk with the answer sheet. Then
they answer the question on that card and stay put until you say SCOOT. Then they move one seat over and answer the next question until you say SCOOT. An Answer Key is included.
There is a graphic organizer that can be used to plan their Fractured Fairy Tale along with two different options for their final Fairy Tale Copy.