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from Modern Parents Messy Kids

Fractured Fairy Tales: 7 Stories You Thought You Knew

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

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Folktales, Fairy Tales, and Fables, Oh My

Folktales, Fairy Tales, and Fables, Oh My!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Fractured Fairy Tale Writing- Lesson on Perspective w/organizers, rubric, more

Genre Writing Lesson- This Fractured Fairy Tales lesson includes lots. This creative writing activity requires students to use fairy tales as a guide to write a story from the perspective of a different character.

from What Do We Do All Day

Fairy Tale Chapter Books for Kids

Fairy tale chapter books for kids ages 8 and up. These are non-princess stories.

from Etsy

Pep Talk Mug

Best ever teacher mug?!

The Blue Fairy Book Lang, Andrew. London, Longmans Green & Co, 1903. First Edition. First in a series of twelve Fairy books, published between 1889 and 1910. Lang grew up reading classic fairy tales during his childhood in the rural Scottish Borders and he believed that the next generation of children should not be subjected to the dreamy, gentle, flower-orientated fairy tales that were popular at the time.