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Happily Ever After...A Fairy Tale Unit

Happily Ever After...A Fairy Tale Unit
Happily Ever After...A Fairy Tale Unit
Happily Ever After...A Fairy Tale Unit
Happily Ever After...A Fairy Tale Unit
Happily Ever After...A Fairy Tale Unit
Happily Ever After...A Fairy Tale Unit
Happily Ever After...A Fairy Tale Unit
Happily Ever After...A Fairy Tale Unit
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UPDATED: January 2016! New graphics, fonts, and fun!!! Two different sets of lines are included for each writing prompt!

This is the PERFECT complement to your fairy tale unit! This unit was designed to correlate with 2nd grade common core standards, but could easily be completed in other grade levels! However, it can easily be used for first grade students!

This unit contains SIX craftivities with pictures, numerous writing prompts, and graphic organizers! Lesson ideas and book suggestions are given for each fairy tale!

It focuses on these fairy tales:
Little Red Riding Hood
The Three Little Pigs
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Cinderella

Included in this unit:
Craftivities- Wolf, Pig, Goldilocks, Bear, CInderella (Princess), Castle

Writing Prompts- at least 2 writing prompts for EACH fairy tale! Also included is a "Pig vs. Wolf" opinion writing prompt that also includes graphic organizers AND a "The Biggest Baddest Wolf" opinion writing prompt that includes graphic organizers.

Graphic Organizers- Each graphic organizer correlates with 2nd Grade Common Core Standards. I included graphic organizers with and without book titles!

Newly Added: Fairy Tale Fun project! Send home this fun fairy tale project with THREE options!!!

Common Core Standards Included in this Unit are:
RL.2.1. Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, why, why, and how to demonstrate key details in a text

RL.2.3.Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges

RL.2.5. Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story, and the ending concludes the action.

RL2. 6. Acknowledge differences in the points of view
of characters including by speaking in a different
voice for each character when
reading dialogue aloud.

RL.2.9. Compare and contrast two or more
versions of the same story (e.g. Cinderella stories) by different authors or from different cultures.


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