Here are sixteen original fairy tale titles, plus instructions for using them as prompts and two story outlines to help younger students structure their stories.

Use these sixteen original fairy tale titles as story prompts for monologues, short plays or skits. The titles are set up on the page so that they may be easily printed out, cut apart and put in a hat.

‘Bag of Titles’ is somewhat of a classic improv game and many instructors may have played this before. On Drama Notebook, however, the actual titles (many more than you will need) are included. This is one of the things that sets Drama Notebook apart from other drama resources. Typically, there is a short description of how to play a game, but important details, such as the actual suggestions or prompts are missing, leaving the instructor to either make his/her own list, or to brainstorm in the moment. On Drama Notebook, the prompts are provided for you, leaving you free to focus on paying attention to the progress of individuals or the group.

Sample Titles:

  • The Princess Who Never Stopped Grumbling
  • The Day the Witches Lost their Magic

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