Would you like to know what happened? Well, good, because I wrote it all down for you, from my point of view, the big sister who is practicing to become a judge, but of course, I have to practice to become a lawyer first. It's all in a new book called Whatever After: Fairest of All and YOU will love it!
Whatever After: Fairest of All by Sarah Mlynowski brings fun into storytime again ... complete with danger (a supercharged stepmother who attacks with poisoned apple, hammer, laces, and ... ), a courageous little brother, a castle with a moat and drawbridge and flying crocodiles, and the regular pieces like seven dwarfs (okay, they aren't so regular either), a prince, a mirror with integrity, and a wild growling animal on the prowl.
The story is written with widely space lines and a vocabulary that is more fun than challenge. The Kids Wings unit will help extend the fun and punctuate the skills (don't tell the kids) and the 53-slide Jeopardy-type game for a conclusion provide a competitive ending!
The activities of this fairy tale spin-off were written by master teachers Abby Moore and Suzy Red. They come to you in PowerPoint and PDF formats. The activities include:
Pre-Reading Discussion Cards
Powerful Prediction Paragraphs
2-Page Readers Theater Script;
That's So Tweet (Writing with Twittery Tweets)
The Research Song
Order in the Court! Preparing for a Mock Trial
The Sequence of a Trial
Mock Trial: Fairy Tale Land vs. Evil Evelyn, 5 pages
Research a Supreme Court Justice
Once Upon a Time, Converting Real Time to Fairy Tale Time
Gabby, Gabby, On the Wall
Getting to the Core: A Science Investigation
Testing the Water, Science Observations and Conclusions
Seven Silly Dwarfs
Letter Ever After, Editing
Snow White, Compare and Contrast
Plus, a BONUS Interactive Jeopardy-type Game in PowerPoint format
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