What problem will have to be solved? The list can offer starters for students and could also be used in the parody of another fairy tales. Have each student select a favorite fairy tale. The unit plan includes: Each student should select a most favorite or a least favorite classic fairy tale to serve as the point of departure for an original story.
Students might even write a brief paragraph or two comparing and contrasting the fairy tales they analyzed. Is the problem believably solved? Follow this step-by-step process!
Fractured Fairy Tales Booklist: Writing a fairy tale with a modern, newfangled twist is easy to do and an enormously fun way to encourage students in out-of-the-box thinking.
Most students are familiar with the original story of The Three Little Pigs, but have it on hand if someone is unfamiliar with the story. Talk about how the story is different from the version they are familiar with. Students include an outline or web and a rough draft.
What fairy tales are students familiar with? Everyone has a favorite classic fairy tale. I wish you magical success! Keep the plot as surprising as possible.
Then invite the group to use a 3-circle Venn diagram to compare and contrast the fairy tales. What makes Shrek different from other fairy tales? I think it can be modified and meet the needs of younger and older students.
Have each student make a list of three ways in which each twisted tale is similar to its original telling and three ways in which it is different. Kids should offer positive feedback to one another and focus on the key points of changed story elements time, location, genderas well as the elements of suspense the rule of threeand surprise the ending or "what ifs?
The fairy tales still remain true to their original forms despite changes. Ask if they are familiar with any such retellings. Share some titles and let students talk about their favorite fairy tales Invite students to identify some common characteristics of fairy tales.
Perhaps Rumpelstiltskin is a mischievous, grumpy female dwarf! Can the cat, the fiddle, the little dog, and a whole host of fairy tale characters catch the cutlery before the next reading?
Explain that authors sometimes like to use these familiar tales with a new twist. Ask students to share their lists with the class.Fractured fairy tales are so fun because they take a fairy tale that you are familiar with, and twist it all up into something new!
These 6 stories are favorites in my classroom, and are sure to cause some giggles when comparing them to their fairy tale inspiration!
In “Fractured Fairy Tales & Fables” (grades K–3), students meet Jon Scieszka, author of the modern-day fairy tale, The True Story of the Three Little Pigs!, and the fable, Squids Will Be Squids.
Each book pokes fun at the more traditional fairy tales and fables. Through classroom activities, students have fun while learning about how these genres are created.
Cinderella - Fractured Fairy Tale - Writing with a Fairy Tale Theme Consistently planned writing activities help encourage young writer’s to WANT to write. Simple, cohesive plans lead to clear and accurate writing – which in turn leads to confidence.
I LOVE Fractured Fairy tales! When I taught fourth grade, towards the end of the year, we did a fractured fairytale study, comparing the original version to different fractured fairy tales. The kids then went through the writing process to create & illustrate their own.
Fractured Fairy Tales Booklist: This sheet provides a list of fractured fairy tales based on the Cinderella, Goldilocks, Jack and the Beanstalk, Little Red Riding Hood, The Three Pigs, and other stories.
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