Six session outline for a mixed-up fairy tales lesson!

17 page lesson created by a Drama Notebook member that covers two nine-week sessions!

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.

Fun, printable lists of suggestions that may be picked out of a hat, inspiring students to create their own mixed-up fairy tales!

Students can create their own mixed-up fairy tales using grab-bag elements borrowed from a variety of stories!

For all ages! 48 fairy tale characters that are ready to be printed out and laminated as cards to use over and over with your students.

Sixteen fairy tale pairs are ready to print out, cut apart and put in a hat to use for pantomime activities, team-building, or as inspiration for skits or short plays!

Five pages of facts, discussion questions and extension activities for the story ‘Hansel and Gretel.’

5 pages.For ages 12 and up. Great drama integration lesson that utilizes fairy tale characters to study different types of government and to learn about debating important issues.

Nine original Grimm’s fairy tales that have not been Disney-ized! Four of the stories include detailed analyses and discussion questions to share with your class.

Custom worksheet for students who are working with fairy tale characters. Includes simple and advanced versions!

Six short fairy tale scenes with character suggestions that change the meaning behind the dialogue! 7 pages. Ages 10 and up.

Fill-in-the-blank story outline that students use to create a compelling, original fairy tale skit.

Six pages. For ages 8 and up. Easy-to-follow lesson that helps students understand objectives, obstacles and tactics using a well-known fairy tale.

Six pages. For ages 8 and up. Easy-to-follow lesson that helps students understand objectives, obstacles and tactics using a well-known fairy tale.

Ready-to-play activity in which students act out fairy tales in three frozen pictures.