Another pinner:I don't know about you but this wonderful roof immediately evokes remembrances of fairy-tales. The home is in Zakopane Poland. This is just one example of the amazing houses and buildings we have in our collection. You can view the full album on our site at http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/house-hunting/amazing-homes-and-buildings/ Don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments section.
Use this power point to introduce your students to the elements of fairy tales, such as:*taking place long ago*magical elements*groups of 3*good vs. evil*conflicts (problems)*resolutions (solutions)*morals (lessons)This presentation also explains that fairy tales can have many different versions and provides students with examples of fairy tales from different cultures, as well as fractured fairy tales.I have also included an anchor chart poster to go along with the power point.
This picture is classic image of Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf. I chose this picture because it represent typical imagery in fairy tales. The young, innocent looking white girl going up against a bigger, badder, scarier creature.
This is a fun activity to compare/contrast the Big Bad Wolf character in the fairy tales, "Little Red Riding Hood" & "The Three Little Pigs". You can also use the Wanted Poster for any fairy tale villain you are reading about with your class. Included in this activity are... Wanted Poster for your fairy tale villain, examples of how to create a wanted poster for the Big Bad Wolf, and a Big Bad Wolf compare/contrast Venn Diagram activity.
Beautiful Vintage Illustrations from ‘Old French Fairy Tales’