Teach your students all about folktales with this digital, paperless resource! These digital graphic organizers provide a highly engaging way for students to respond to their reading.
Folk tales reviewed:
• Fairy tales
• Trickster tales
• Tall tales
• Pourquoi tales
The graphic organizers review, characters and comparison of folk tales. They can be used with any folktale. Students will work directly in Google Slides or Microsoft OneDrive to comp;ete the activities #tptdigital
What is included:
► Teacher directions – includes the access links and instructions on how to use this in your library or classroom
► Instructions for using this resource with Microsoft OneDrive
► 2 Google Slide files (one file has text boxes already sized and inserted for you and one file has no text boxes)
► Each Google Slides file comes with:
• 6 review slides that review what folktales are and the elements of each type of folktale
• 1 review slide where students will match the folktale to its definition
• 20 graphic organizers to review different types of folktales
► A set of folktale posters in a .pdf document.
List of the graphic organizers
★ 4 fairytale graphic organizers
★ 3 fable graphic organizers
★ 3 pourquoi tale graphic organizers
★ 2 tall tale graphic organizers
★ 2 trickster tale graphic organizers
★ Pre-reading graphic organizer
★ Character change graphic organizer
★ Goldilocks and the 3 Bears graphic organizer (only page that is about a specific story)
★ My folktale reading log
★ Wanted poster
★ My favorite folktale
Please download the preview
file. The preview shows every poster and graphic organizer that is included (but on a smaller scale).
You can also use this resource in an app like SeeSaw or PicCollage. You will first need to save the slides as an image. The students can open the image on their device and then fill in their answers. They can also draw a picture in the app as well.
These graphic organizers and posters are almost identical to my Folktales Graphic Organizers print version.
There is one graphic organizer that is a wanted poster. It would be best for students to be able to draw a picture on the wanted poster. I know they can not do that in Google so you may not be able to use this page. But I did want to include it anyway.
Advantages of using digital resources
⇒Paperless. No need to print and make copies of any materials.
⇒Helps build 21st-century learners
⇒Can use with Chromebooks, laptops, computers, tablets, iPads or other mobile devices
⇒Students can work independently or collaboratively
• Citation Review Activities - for Google Slides
• Dictionary Digital Task Cards for Google Slides (Set A)
• Dictionary Digital Task Cards for Google Slides (Set B)
• Guide Words Introduction and Task Cards for Google Slides
• Reference Materials for Google Slides
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