Teachers can use this Folktales anchor chart  to frame Unit 2 in Grade 6: Folklore: A Blast from the Past

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All in one Folktale Anchor Chart!

The Book Fairy-Goddess: Folktales: Fairy Tales, Myths, Legends, Fables - characteristics and ideas

The Book Fairy-Goddess: Folktales, Fairytales, and Fables, Oh my!

The Book Fairy-Goddess: Folktales, Fairytales, and Fables, Oh my! This post includes many anchor charts, plus an outline for a six week unit on folktales.

Fables, Folk Tales, Central Message, and a Freebie | My Primary Paradise

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Cute anchor Chart for fairytales, fables, and folktales, 2nd grade fictional reading genres.

Cute anchor Chart for fairytales, fables, and folktales, grade fictional reading genres.

"Traditional Literature" (anchor chart)

An Anchor Chart for Introducing Angles!

This describes folk literature because it shows the different variations within this genre. In folk literature there can be a folk tale, fable, fairytale, myth, and legend. This makes this genre special because of the different types.

What do we find in a fairy tale? Free anchor chart for helping students learn about the most common elements of fairytales.

Why teach fairy tales

Fairytales are old stories told and retold again, but do they deserve a place in a modern language arts curriculum? Besides the fact that the Common Core standards require exposure Continue Reading >>>

Teaching fables and folktales is specifically referred to in the Common Core standards. Here is an anchor chart to help students recognize traits of fables

Monday Made It - teaching fables and more

This story map provides an alternative sticky note application as well as drawing reader's attention to the fundamental elements in a story. Although I have already addressed a very similar story map like this one, this device allows struggling readers to perhaps apply a more comfortable outlet to deliver their input and contributions.

Story Map idea for teaching plot with the story Little Red Riding Hood.

Kids draw the parts of the story on it on sticky notes and place them on the retell/comprehension chart. Three little pigs

What a great retell/comprehension interactive/anchor chart to create with the class. They love seeing their work go up on the chart and it is great for their comprehension.

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