Once students have read and become familiar with the classics, educators can introduce an engaging new spin on them – fractured fairy tales. These stories have been modified from their original version. Authors change the characters, plot, setting or time, point of view, items in the story (think Cinderella’s glass slipper), or ending. This demonstrates to your students how authors can change the story by manipulating the different elements. Plus, more often than not, children find these stories wildly funny.
On the following pages are lesson plans that can be used to incorporate fairy tales into your program planning. The lesson plans are intended to be an optional resource that you may adapt for use in your classroom. The worksheets at the bottom of each lesson plan are part of the required coursework (not optional). Please read each lesson plan carefully and then answer the short-answer question at the bottom of the page.
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