Story elements, character traits, sequencing, point-of-view, compare/contrast, and opinion writing can all be taught using favorite fairy tales!
This unit focuses on three of my favorite versions of GOLDILOCKS, and features pocket chart comprehension and vocabulary cards, as well as versatile worksheets, for the following stories:
Believe Me, Goldilocks Rocks
Written by Nancy Loewen
Illustrated by Tatevik Avakyan
Yours Truly, Goldilocks
Written by Alma Flor Ada
Illustrated by Leslie Tryon
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Written and illustrated by Jan Brett
Please see the preview for a thorough glimpse of all of the materials included in this unit. Be sure and grab the related retelling activities
in this FREEBIE:
RETELLING STICK PUPPETS AND READER'S THEATER
Your students might also enjoy writing their own fairy tale using this literacy activity pack:
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Stories and Songs in Second