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Michele McCall

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Fractured Fairy Tales

What is a fractured fairy tale? It is a fairytale that is almost like the original but it is told in a different way. You may have noticed how similar "Cookie Boy" was to "The Ginger Bread Man". "Cookie Boy" is a great example of a fractured fairy tale. Enjoy comparing the similarities and noticing the differences of these fractured fairy tales. 1. Tap the link, there are six fairy tales to compare you may choose two, some or all fairy tales to enjoy. Then come back to Seesaw. 2. Tap add to start 3. Use the drawing to draw your favorite fairy tale and show the differences between the original the fractured fairy tale or use the label to write about your favorite fairy tale and the differences between the original and the fractured fairy tale. 4. Tap the mic to explain more! 5. Don't forget to tap the check when you are done!

1st Grade, Kindergarten, 2nd Grade, Reading
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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