|From The Iron Stove |
by Warwick Goble
February 26 is “Tell a Fairy Tale Day" so lets celebrate and fall into a fantasy world where the wicked get their comeuppance and everyone else steps into a future filled with "happily ever after!"
Polish Fairy Tale
Found in The Goldenrod Fairy Book, by Esther Singleton
Japanese Fairy Tales by Teresa Peirce Williston, 1911.
Fairy Tales From Life - Two fairy tales are used in this lesson plan, which also provides several resources to guide your students through the process. The lesson plan is aligned with the NCTE and IRA standards for grades 3 – 5.
What kids can learn from fairy tales
Rapunzel Tower – Make this cute crafts using a toilet paper roll.
Wit, Wisdom and Wonder – Fabulous Fairy Tales
Public Domain IV - Folktales, Fairytales, Myths and Legends
Public Domain II - Folktales, Myths and Legends Oh My!
Public Domain Folktales, Myths and Legends Oh My!
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