Marta Gálvez
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Use these free printables to compare a book you have read with the movie. Great for practicing those critical thinking skills. There is also a Venn Diagram for more comparing and contrasting.

Movie Printables: FREE Use these two printables after you have read the book and then seen the movie version. Great for comparing and contrasting and thinking critically about how the movie was made.

ten ways to teach fairy tales

This site with ways to teach fairy tales gives me an idea. It would be fun to make the theme for this year's summer camp at school Fairy Tales. I think we could work in lots of different activities to still teach curriculum-related materials.

FREE Fractured Fairy Tale Graphic Organizers

{FREEBIE} Your class is sure to enjoy reading different takes on classic fairy tales. These graphic organizers can be used with any fractured fairy tale.

"Fractured Fairy Tales" - classic fairy tales with a twist that kids love

"Fractured Fairy Tales" - classic fairy tales with a twist that kids love. Gifted kids love reading and hearing fractured fairy tales. The twist on the original engages them and is a wonderful tool to get them writing.

Fractured fairy tales

Whether it's The Princess and the Rutabaga or Big Blue Riding Hood, invite your students to turn familiar fairy tales upside down and inside out—and to have fun. Grades (EY Fairy Tales Unit could use with Teacher guidance or as a class project)

What is a Fractured Fairy Tale?

What is a Fractured Fairy Tale? A fairy tale designed to be humorous by changing the story in an unexpected way; altering characters, or adding a modern langua…