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Do you have a little one that loves Frozen? If so, here is a super simple recipe for homemade Frozen Play Dough. Your little princess will think you are a genius! #frozen

Last week we began a Language Arts unit on Fairy Tales. After all the years that I have taught Kindergarten, I have never purposely created . Informations About great interactive anchor chart Pin Yo Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Literacy, Kindergarten Language Arts, Kindergarten Library Lessons, Readers Workshop Kindergarten, Story Maps, Story Story, Fairy Tales Unit

Fairy Tale Story Mapping

Last week we began a Language Arts unit on Fairy Tales. After all the years that I have taught Kindergarten, I have never purposely created a unit for Fairy Tales. I have read them but not discuss them in depth. I love it and so do the children. I began with The Three Little Pigs. First, we talked about the storyline which they all know. Then, using a link titled Speakaboos.com we watched a version of this beloved tale. Last, we created the story map (see below). I did look at all the great…

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How to make paper castles to decorate the kids' room

Want a unique way to decorate a kid's bedroom? Learn how to make a paper castle decoration and hang from a bedroom mantelpiece, window ledge or bunkbed

Wonderful ideas for teaching fairy tales, compare and contrast, and beginning, middle, and end. Interesting way to do venn diagrams. 2nd Grade Ela, First Grade Reading, Second Grade, Reading Lessons, Teaching Reading, Reading Strategies, Teaching Ideas, Writing Lessons, Kindergarten Reading

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 Puppets, sequencing, cause and effect, lessons learned and more activities that meet the common core. by leanna Story Sequencing, Sequencing Activities, Sequencing Events, Sequencing Cards, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Kindergarten Writing, Literacy, Fairy Tale Activities

Common Core Fairy Tale Fun

Common Core Fairy tale fun! Puppets, sequencing, cause and effect, lessons learned and more activities that meet the common core.

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Made from card stock these Rapunzel Towers can be used for almost anything! Birthday invitations, Party menus, Thank you notes etc. I made these for a friends daughters birthday party (pictured handwritten) and she told me shes still getting compliments on how cute and creative they were! They come assembled and completely blank so you can use them however you desire. I had someone order recently who is doing her own printing on purple paper and attaching to the front for a birthday invite…

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My son is away at “Grandma Camp” this week so I just have my 2-year-old daughter and baby boy at home. While the baby naps, my daughter and I have been having fun doing some activities together. She is very interested in cars, trains, rockets, and Star Wars (like her brother), but when we wentContinue Reading

We began our Fairy Tale unit this week.I LOVE fairy tales! They are my absolute favorite stories to read and do things with. Of course,. Traditional Tales, Traditional Stories, Fairy Tale Activities, Preschool Activities, Measurement Activities, Knights And Castles Topic, Fairy Tales Unit, Fairy Tale Theme, Dragon Tales

Fairy Tale Fun!!!

We began our Fairy Tale unit this week...I LOVE fairy tales!! They are my absolute favorite stories to read and do things with. Of course,...

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Jack and the Beanstalk

This week we've been reading this Jack and the Beanstalk story by Nick Sharatt. It's a lift-the-flap book which the children always love. It also came with an accompanying cd so we can play the story again during rest time. This version of the fairytale classic differs a bit than the usual story. For a start the golden goose is a hen and the giant isn't so much into "I'll grind your bones to make my bread." My son had been doing a fairy tale focus at his school this term and that's all I…

I was going to wait until I& created the whole unit, but I have gotten tons of emails asking for it {thank you!} and so I will break it up . Kids Writing, Writing Activities, Fractured Fairy Tales, Fairy Tales Unit, Fairy Tale Theme, Traditional Tales, Tall Tales, Fairy Land, Nursery Rhymes

Fairy Tale Unit Part ONE

I was going to wait until I'd created the whole unit, but I have gotten tons of emails asking for it {thank you!} and so I will break it up into two parts: royal and folk. Here are some other snap shots from the royal week! Point of View: We read Cinderella's Rat and I used this worksheet a few times this week to help my students think about the feelings of other characters! They are so FUNNY!!! Most of the week was spent on Cinderella but I did throw in some Rupunzel and Rumpelstiltskin! We…

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Rapunzel Children's Art Craft and Rapunzel Book List

We just love the story of Rapunzel in our family and we were so excited when Disney decided to make the movie Tangled. It is one of our favorites now. My girls had a friend over for a play date and so we decided to make a fun Rapunzel craft and read a few Rapunzel books together. I literally pulled this craft together in about 5 minutes, and yet I think it turned out so cute. I even had fun and made my own Rapunzel Art Project with my girls. I love that my girls are artistic and love to draw…

Who or what is inside the castle. Youngsters decide with this fun project. Perfect to use as a craft for the letter C. Fairy Tale Crafts, Fairy Tale Theme, Castles Ks1, Castles Topic, Chateau Moyen Age, Castle Crafts, Castle Project, Fairy Tales Unit, Traditional Tales

The Mailbox

Description Who or what is inside the castle? Youngsters decide with this fun project. Materials: small construction paper rectangles 12" x 18" sheet of construction paper scissors crayons glue Directions: Place the construction paper horizontally and fold the ends inward to make two equal flaps that meet in the middle of the paper. Trim the top of the paper so the paper resembles a castle with turrets. Then draw a door on the castle. Next, glue the construction…