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This Fairy Tale Mash-Up CreativeWriting project provides students with the chance to draw 3 cards (a noun, an adjective, and a magical object), plan, and then write a creative story. My students love this activity each year!Includes:*noun cards*adjective cards*magical object cards*planning pages  *writing paper (regular lined and half-inch handwriting paper)*rubric Other writing resources in my store include:Writer's Workshop Personal Narrative UnitOpinion Writing Prompts- Ready to Print…

This Fairy Tale Mash-Up CreativeWriting project provides students with the chance to draw 3 cards (a noun, an adjective, and a magical object), plan, and then

Comparing "Three Little Pigs" to "The True Story of the Th

FREEBIE- This comparing diagram is an easy way to compare the original fairy tale, Three Little Pigs, with the fractured tale, The True Story of the The Three Little Pigs. The students will have event strips they will cut out and glue under the heading of

Fractured Fairy Tale Unit - resources

Love this for integrating point of view with the traditional literature. Could be used in the IAN to scaffold student learning.

The Fractured Fairy Tale tool encourages students to create their own fractured fairy tales. - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all (hundreds of) our pediatric therapy pins

Write your own fractured fairy tales and get your students writing! Students read a sample fairy tale, then make changes to create their own Fractured Fairy Tale! Lesson Plans too!

Genre Writing Lesson- This Fractured Fairy Tales lesson includes lots. This creative writing activity requires students to use fairy tales as a guide to write a story from the perspective of a different character.

Fractured Fairy Tale Writing- Lesson on Perspective w/organizers, rubric, more

Fractured Fairy Tale Writing Activity Make writing fun for elementary and middle school students with this twist on traditional fairy tales.

Popcorn Writing Center Activity: Students pick a yellow piece of popcorn (character) and a white piece of popcorn (setting) and write a short story. Containers can sometimes be found for $1 at Target's dollar section

Fun for a writing center activity- Popcorn writing activity: students choose one yellow piece (character) and one white piece (setting) and write a short story. could be used with sight words or short words for children to write

If I had a fairy godmother...

This is a writing prompt that is tied to Unit 6 of the Common Core: "Around the World in a Glass Slipper". Students will respond to the writing prompt, "If I had a fairy Godmother, I would wish for.

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