Fractured Fairy Tales- Create your own story
⭐Do you struggle to get your students to write creatively in your literacy sessions?⭐
✅This resource is designed to encourage reluctant writers to create their own characters using templates and scaffolds to help build vocabulary and utilise the senses and incorporate them into their writing.
✅The blank faces give students the opportunity to be creative with their characters and explore emotions, alongside heroes and villains. Encourage them to break with traditional stories and gender
✅Sterotyping… make the princess the villain in your story, or create an angry cinderalla…who is not at all happy about being treated the way that she is that she starts to think about revenge.
✅Students can have great fun with these activities, and creative with their drawings. This results often in often funny and engaging stories which students love to share with their peers.
Enjoy this resources, and be sure to look for the other scaffolded writing resources that I have available in store.
⭐⭐What people are saying about this resource⭐⭐
⭐Great way to work on creative writing! Love that it can be on the computer or printed out to address all learning styles and needs!!!
⭐My own kids are having fun with this. I can't wait to do it with my students next year when I do our Fractured Fairy Tales Unit.
⭐My students loved this interactive resource. It was rigorous enough and met the standard.
⭐My students loved this resource so helpful for their understanding of what they needed to do. Thank you;
⭐Helps my daughter to be inspired to write creative stories.
⭐What is covered in this resource?⭐
✅ Beautiful images with a list of suggested vocabulary
✅Templates to scaffold writing ideas
✅Positive and Negative character trait list
✅Beggining, middle , end planning sheet
✅Character Trait Planner
✅Character planning sheet and checklist (11 characters to choose from)
✅Blank Characters for coloring