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

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This lesson gives instructions for creating mixed-up fairy tales and four pages of printable ways to twist fairy tales.

The lists include:

  • Ordinary settings
  • Fairy tale settings
  • Characters that don’t belong
  • Magic powers

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