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Fairy Tales, in General – WebEnglish.se

Fairy Tales, in General – WebEnglish.se
Related Topics: Little Red Riding Hood, Sleeping Beauty, The Three Billy Goats Gruff, Cinderella Background This theme is different from the others in WebEnglish.se, as it mostly presents various fairy tale related materials to choose from and not a set of directly usable materials in order. There is both material on fairy tales in general and some of individual fairy tales that WebEnglish.se wishes to endorseWhat is a Fairlytale This page includes a list of characteristics of the genre (yr 6-7) Warm-up Fairy Tales A short e-book explaining what fairy tales are (yr 2-4)Reboot of Rapanzel A cartoonist smashes a sexist fairy tale trope in one hilarious swoop (yr 7-9) Songs Fairy Tales and Story Songs A playlist of songs telling the stories Vocabulary Fairytale/Fantasy Flashcards with sentences to print out and play withPictionary Pictures and names of the most famous fairytales (yr 3-8)Worksheets Several activities with fantasy vocabulary Lesson Plans Reading Listening Watching Writing Games Related

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