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30th November 2012 at 00:00

Classic tales

- To read some of the original tales, try The Classic Fairy Tales (not all stories are by the Grimms), which is edited by Iona and Peter Opie and boasts fantastic illustrations. An introduction explores story origins and possible hidden meanings.

Fairy tales

- Try antalieee_a's scheme of work and resources on well-known fairy tales and fantasy for P1-3. bit.lyTradTales. Or for upper primary, pupils can explore literary history, from ancient folklore to the Brothers Grimm, in ICTmagic's comprehension task. bit.lyFairyTaleHistory


- Share TESiboard 's Cinderella fairy tale with your class, then using the Cinderella storyboard, let pupils reconstruct it with backgrounds, characters and props.

Grimms' first edition

- For details of the Grimms' first edition of Kinder und Hausmarchen, visit bit.ly17fn55.

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