There are loads of different versions of fairy tales out there. This year, I have really worked on familiarizing myself with new titles as well as incorporating some that I used when I taught intermediate grades. As I am gradually adding to my stash, I'd like to share some that have stood out with me and my students.
Not only are these fairy tales loads of fun to read and discuss, but there are tons of great comprehension activities you can do with your class.
*Talk about the influence of setting
*Point of view activities
*Hold "court" for the villains in the story (after hearing their side)
Read Write Think offers a huge variety of activities for using fractured fairy tales. They offer great suggestions for students in grades K-10.
In addition, I created an organizer to compare and contrast different versions of the fairy tales.
You can download this organizer here.
I'd love to here from you. What is your favorite fractured fairy tale?
Thank you, and have a great week!