Fairy Tales Activities Bingo

Fairy Tales Activities Bingo
Fairy Tales Activities Bingo
Fairy Tales Activities Bingo
Fairy Tales Activities Bingo
Fairy Tales Activities Bingo
Fairy Tales Activities Bingo
Fairy Tales Activities Bingo
Fairy Tales Activities Bingo
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  1. This Fairy Tale Bingo bundle will make your fairy tale lessons or reading celebrations more fun. 2 different printable bingo games with 30 unique cards each provide unique ways to review the fairy tales you've read with your students! Fairy Tale Words Bingo lets you review the fairy tale elements w
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Fairy Tales Activities Bingo lets you review traditional fairy tales and fractured fairy tales with a fun, printable game. Your students will love the activities of playing bingo after reading fairy tales together. 30 unique printable cards are fun for your whole class or book club!

Included in this Product:

• 30 unique bingo cards (black and white; ink-friendly)

• 50 color bingo chips

• 50 black and white bingo chips

• 24 calling cards

• lesson ideas, teaching tips, and extensions of the bingo game

• Common Core Standards related to fairy tales

• TEKS related to fairy tales, updated to include 2019 revisions

• 4 Printable fairy tale bookmarks (both black and white and color)

Here’s how it works. You print the bingo cards on paper or colorful card stock. You can use this bingo game:

-to introduce a fairy tale study

-to end a fairy tale study

-to celebrate reading with your students

This bingo game includes questions and answers from these 12 fairy tales:

-Jack and the Beanstalk

-Waynetta and the Cornstalk

-Goldilocks and the Three Bears

-Dusty Locks and the Three Bears

-The Frog Prince

-The Frog Prince Continued

-Little Red Riding Hood

-Little Red Writing


-Bubba the Cowboy Prince

-The Gingerbread Man

-The Gingerbread Girl

You do NOT have to read all of these traditional and fractured fairy tales before playing this bingo game. I've included a Google Slide of the book covers that you can show on the big screen as you play. Students can make inferences from the book covers to answer the bingo questions. I've played bingo with my students both ways (after reading and with inferencing) and we had fun both ways!

Check out the preview to see everything that is included in this 48-page PDF download! I hope that you and your students read happily ever after!


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Compare and contrast two or more versions of the same story (e.g., Cinderella stories) by different authors or from different cultures.
Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central message, lesson, or moral.
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