My primary grade students love using the variety of materials and graphic organizers included in this literacy resource to write and illustrate their own fairy tales after our study of different versions of .
Story element and sequencing materials for display on a bulletin board or in a pocket chart are included to provide students with easy reference. This resource can be used for whole group lessons, or as a literacy center activity.
Be sure to look closely at the preview to see the project format choices provided!
- Literature Links
- Student "I Can" Statements
- Story Sequence Cards (Color)-Beginning, Middle, End
- Story Element Cards (Color)
- Story Element Mini-Booklet (Blackline)
- Pre-Writing Planning Pages and Interactive Notebook Flaps
- Booklet Cover, Illustrating, and Thematic Writing Page Templates
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If you are interested in extending your unit with a S.T.E.A.M. project based on a study of castles, check out my guest post over at Rachel Lynette's blog, MINDS IN BLOOM, for ideas and another FREE resource!
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This resource is great for our final writing activity. I love the different templates. Thank you!
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Thank you! My 1st graders have completed their original fairy tales using the planning pages and blank pages. There were so many options included but I found the perfect fit in your product.
Absolutely loved this template to have my students write their own fairy tale after studying others!
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