Seriously Cinderella is SO Annoying Companion

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PreK - 8th
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Do you love fractured fairy tales? I've created this pack of activities to use with the story Seriously, Cinderella Is SO Annoying! by Nancy Loewen. Your elementary students will practice sequencing, compare and contrast, comprehension, and more with this resource!


What awesome resources are included?
★ Sequencing Sentences: Students can use this to retell the story. Have them place the sentences into the correct order to retell the story.

★ New Vocabulary Match: Students can play memory matching games by matching the new vocabulary used in the story with its definition.

★ Comprehension Questions Game: Questions are based on the story. Use it with the board game provided.

★ Compare and Contrast: Students can use the Venn diagram to compare this version of Cinderella and the original story. You can decide whether to just provide students with a copy of the diagram and have them write in their answers or to use the sorting sentences and have your students place them into the correct spot on the Venn diagram.

★ What Would They Say?: A variety of scenarios is provided with speech bubbles. Students should write what they think the characters would say. Can your students make two different versions based on the version of the story?

★ Multiple Meaning Words Match Worksheet: There are several multiple meaning words used in this story. Students can review these vocabulary words by matching the terms to both definitions.

★ Point of View Chart: For each statement made, students can check off on the chart whose point of view it would be based on this version of the story.

★ Character Traits Coloring: Several character traits of Cinderella were provided in a coloring page based on events in the story. Students must express evidence based on the story that supports these characteristics in order to color the picture.


What are other customers saying about this product?
"Great resource for this fractured fairy tale. My students liked the What would they say pages and the Points of View worksheets."

"Great story and resource - used it with 4th grade writing group. They loved it. They wrote their own parodies based on the idea."

"Loved the way you set this product up! :) My kids had so much fun with their reading activities."


Want other storybook companions? Check these out:
Trust Me, Jack's Beanstalk Stinks Companion
Honestly, Red Riding Hood Was Rotten Companion
Believe Me, Goldilocks Rocks Companion


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