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Fractured Fairy Tales
Fairy Tales: Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Little Red Riding Hood, The Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf craft activities - fun way to enhance fractured fairy tales and look great on a bulletin board!
After reading the Princess and the Pea, we used scrap book paper to make this adorable craft. I took pictures of each child wearing a crown while reclining on a table. Simple hand drawn bedposts and a header were added. Don't forget to hot glue the pea under the mattresses! So cute!
Fairy Tales! (Smitten with First)
This is our first week without our basal this year, so we are living it up with all things fun and fancy! We have been reviewing quite a bit of our reading strategies through our fairy tale unit. We
Castle Bulletin Board
This is the whole board from the other side of the room with a white board in the center. Edited to add: This is actually not on the board. It's the wall on either side of the actual white board. It's rather large and goes all the way up to the ceiling. Here are close ups of each side. I finished the castle bulletin board on Friday, but forgot my camera, so the teacher sent me these pictures this morning. It came out better than I pictured it in my mind. I just love it when that happens. I…
From the Mixed Up Files of Ms. A.J. King...Fairy Tale Style!
I'm going to play a little catch up with this post. I didn't post anything about the last unit my team and I put together for the last nine...
The Princess and the Pea Center Activity in Action!
The first week of our fairy tales unit and we are lovin' it! We've discussed The Frog Prince, The Princess and the Pea, Sleeping Beauty, and...
Project Based Learning with STEM: Princess and the Pea
Project-based, problem-based and STEM all rolled into one great project! Students dive into the fairy tale, Princess and the Pea. The Royal Pea has been stolen from the Royal museum! Can your students make a marble run to help return the stolen pea? Fairy tales come to life in this project-based resource! Student connect to the fairy tale story while engaging in project activities.