Fairy Tales Math {Probability, Factors, Multiples, Perimeter & More}
Fairy Tales Math Packet

Fairy Tales Math was created as a supplement for a unit I created called Fairy Tales Figurative Language. My students loved reading fairy tales so much that I thought what a great opportunity to connect math and literature.

In this unit, students will read seven fairy tales and learn the following math skills:

* Place Value - Ah! So this is Where Ye Be!
* Subtraction - Princess! Come Back with My Goose!
* Probability - “Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum!”
* Area - Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf
* Perimeter – I’ll Be Safe, and You’ll Be Sorry
* Coordinate Graphing - I’ll Huff and I’ll Puff and Blow your House In
* Fractions - Mirror, Mirror on the Wall!
* Fractions - The Enchanted Forest
* Arrays - The Clock Struck Midnight
* Factors - A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes
* Communicative and Associative Property - Bubble Bubble Pasta Pot
* Name Collection Box - “Bring me Some Pasta!”
* Prime and Composite Numbers - Love Conquers All
* Geometry Match - I Just Love Happy Endings
* Multiplication Story Problem - Someone’s Been Eating my Porridge
* Multiplication Story Problem - My Story of the Three Bears
* Multiples - This Porridge is too Hot!

The following books are used in this product, however other titles can be substituted:

Jack and the Beanstalk by Steven Kellogg
The Three Little Pigs by James Marshall
Snow White by Josephine Poole
Cinderella by Cynthia Rylant
Strega Nona by Tomie Dapaola
Sleeping Bunny by Emily Snowel Keller
Goldilocks and the Three Bears by Jan Bret

Happy Learning!

Renee Smalley
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Created: Aug 20, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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