Monday, February 25, 2013

Fairy Tale Unit by Teaching with a TwiSt

I was fortunate to be part of a product swap, and I get to review a great fairy tale product.  I've always loved teaching fairy tales, because I feel like they all children should be exposed to them.  I feel the same way about nursery rhymes.  All children should learn some of them, not only for their literary value (rhyme, etc.) but for the fact that they are part of the common literary history.

Fairy Tale Unit

The unit I got to test out was from Teaching with a TwiSt by Linsay Humphrey.  Linsay's unit is a well-balanced unit.  It has a Fairy Tale overview poster, grammar practice (subject-predicate), games, a craftivity and more!  All of it is included for $3.00!   To purchase, click on the fairy tale unit image above.


 Before diving into the unit I taught some fairy tale directed drawing, which helped the students to get into the spirit of things.

Definitely go and check it out at Linsay's TpT store found here:

Her blog is very cute as well.  You can find it here:

Thank you Linsay, for the opportunity to have a chance to test out your unit!


1 comment:

  1. Hi!
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