Fractured Fairy Tales vs Classic Fairy Tales Reading Comprehension BUNDLE

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Compare and contrast fractured fairy tales and classic fairy tales with this guided reading comprehension bundle. This bundle features 5 PRINTABLE classic fairy tale passages to compare with 5 different fractured fairy tales. This bundle focuses on the comprehension strategies of compare and contrast as well as story mapping. This bundle will have students bursting with creativity and desire to write their own fairy tales.

The 5 stories included in this bundle are:

Each unit includes:

  • Printable Classic Fairy Tale Retold
  • a unique craft
  • writing prompts
  • graphic organizers
  • story element posters
  • anchor chart headers
  • focused worksheets to deepen understanding of the story elements
  • book talk questions
  • home connection materials
  • lesson plan ideas, activities, and more!

These fairy tale themed reading comprehension activities also lend perfectly to narrative writing curriculum.

Read more about these units in my blog post, "Compare and Contrast Reading Passages from Fairy Tales"

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► WEEK 1 Classroom Expectations Guided Reading with a Purpose

► WEEK 2 Friendship Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 3 All About Me and My Family Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 4 Goal Setting and Growth Mindset Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 5 Anti-Bully and Kindness Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 6 Nocturnal Animals Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 7 Fall Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 8 Halloween Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 9 Election and Government Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 10 Insect and Bug Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 11 Fall Turkey Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 12 Natural Disasters & Wild Weather Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 13 Animals in Winter Animal Hibernation Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 14 Snowmen in Winter Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 15 Gingerbread Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 16 Polar Animals Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 17 MLK and Dreams Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 18 Snow and Weather Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 19 Penguins Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 20 Letter Writing with Character Perspective Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 21 Feelings Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 22 Mythical Creatures Summary Guided Reading Activities

► WEEK 23 Context Clues and Vocabulary Reading Comprehension Activities Bundle

► WEEK 24 Basketball Madness Reading Comprehension Activities

► WEEK 25 Space Fiction vs Nonfiction Reading Comprehension Activities

► WEEK 26 Compare and Contrast Fractured Fairy Tales vs Classic Fairy Tales

► WEEK 27 Women in History Character Analysis and Traits

► WEEK 28 Dinosaurs Main Idea and Supporting Details

► WEEK 29 Earth Day Taking Care of Our Planet Text Connections

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text.
Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central message, lesson, or moral.
Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.
Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action.
Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking in a different voice for each character when reading dialogue aloud.


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