Some great creative writing ideas here xx Rowena
Children hear and read fairy tales at a young age. When they reach late elementary and junior high school age, they can explore and discover inconsistencies in fairy tales i.e. Goldilocks breaks into the Bears’ house and vandalizes it. Here is a creative writing activity in the form of a parody.
This is the most popular creative writing activity in our junior high class. This plan has worked well for me as a junior high teacher, but I think could be used with upper elementary students. I think it can be modified and meet the needs of younger and older students.
We use Jon Sczieska’sThe True Story of the Three Little Pigsby A. Wolf as a model of a parody.
The unit plan includes:
Reading the story to the class and brainstorm differences between the original and this version? Most students are familiar with the original story…
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