Fairy Tale Writing | Fairy Tale BUNDLE


Learn all about fairy tales with this pack of essential fairy tale teaching and learning resources!


This bundle includes:

  • Our Fairy Tale themed Castle Bump It Up Wall
  • Fairy Tale Teaching and Learning Slides, including printables
  • Fairy Tale Learning Wall – Red Riding Hood
  • Fairy Tale Bump It Up Wall – Jack and the Beanstalk
  • Kinder/Prep Retell Writing Exemplars and annotations


Improve your student fairy tale writing. with this huge bundle of fairy tale resources. These ready-to-use writing resources include 200+ fairy tale teaching and learning slides, bump it up wall displays, and leveled writing samples.


This bundle has everything you need to teach fairy tale writing in your classroom – including teaching and learning activities, a 25-lesson teaching sequence, and visual learning displays designed to boost student achievement.


Your students will be supported to practice writing well-organized fairy tale texts with our guided writing fairy tale slides!. Students will love the fun and engaging activities, and you’ll love that they are getting meaningful fairy tale lessons that are no-prep!


You will also enable students to improve their own work with leveled examples, student checklists, and clear examples throughout.


This bundle includes:

⭐ Fairy Tales | Fairy Tale Writing PowerPoint and Google Slides | Printables

⭐ Fairy Tale Learning Wall – Red Riding Hood

⭐ Fairy Tale Writing | Jack and the Beanstalk Bump It Up Wall

⭐ Prep/Foundation Text Response Writing Exemplars – Bump It Up Wall Pack

⭐ Bump It Up Wall Display – Fairytale Theme

Fairy Tale Writing Display

Five Sentence Fairy Tales

The fairy tale PowerPoint/Google Slides are a fantastic teaching tool, however you may like to print some of the slides as handy reference anchor charts on your learning wall. Students also have lots of different printable worksheet and planning options to add to learning displays.


These resources can be used as a unit of work, and includes two traditional fairy tale learning displays: Red Riding Hood,  and Jack and the Beanstalk. Use one as a stimulus to explore fairy tales, and the other as a scaffold for assessment.


There is also a pack of fairy tale graphic organizers for any text.


Concepts covered in fairy tale slides:


  • What do you know about fairy tales?
  • What questions do you have about fairy tales?
  • Which fairy tales do you know?
  • Draw a picture of a fairy tale.
  • What is a fairy tale?
  • What makes a story a fairy tale?
  • Types of magic in fairy tales.
  • Fairy tales around the world.
  • How are fairy tales different from other stories?
  • What is your favourite fairy tale? (USA spelling also included)
  • Listen to a fairy tale.
  • Fairy tale map – Red Riding Hood
  • Fairy tale map – blank
  • Comparing fairy tales
  • Red Riding Hood – example
  • Goldilocks and the Three Bears
  • Jack and the Bean Stalk
  • The Three Billy Goats Gruff
  • The Frog Prince
  • The Princess and the Pea
  • Hansel and Gretel
  • Talk About Text – blank
  • Character types
  • Character types – Snow White example
  • Character types – Cinderella example
  • Character types – template
  • Character traits
  • Describe the Big Bad Wolf – example
  • Describe Grandma
  • Describe Red Riding Hood
  • Describe the giant
  • Describe the witch
  • Describe Sleeping Beauty
  • Describe the Gingerbread Man
  • Describe the sly fox
  • Describe a character – blank
  • Saying verbs – said has fled
  • 100 saying verbs
  • Dialogue – what could these characters be saying? (one character)
  • Dialogue – what could these characters be saying? (two characters)
  • Describe the tortoise (with dialogue)
  • Describe Henny Penny
  • Describe Baby Bear
  • Describe little pig
  • Describe a character – blank
  • Is your character good or bad?
  • Two sides to the story – who do you believe?
  • How characters change
  • Character changes – Cinderella
  • Character changes – blank
  • Where do fairy tales take place?
  • Describing settings – sight
  • Describing settings – sound
  • Describing settings – touch
  • Describing settings – smell
  • Describing settings – taste
  • Describing settings – one page
  • Describing settings – icons
  • Describe a gingerbread house
  • Describe a fairy ring
  • Describe a magic well
  • Describe a shoe house
  • Describe a haunted forest
  • Describe a setting
  • Fairy tale story map – Red Riding Hood
  • Five sentence fairy tale template – example
  • Five sentence fairy tale – ‘Once upon a time…’
  • Five sentence fairy tale – story elements
  • Five sentence fairy tale – who, where, when etc
  • Fairy tale structure – beginning, middle, end
  • Fairy tale structure – orientation, series of events, complication, solution, resolution
  • Castle story planning
  • A great beginning – story starters
  • Beginning – how to write a simple beginning
  • Middle – how to write a middle
  • End – how to write an ending
  • Roll a fairy tale
  • Punctuation overview
  • Capital letters and full stop exercise
  • Exclamation mark exercise
  • Question mark exercise
  • Comma exercise
  • Choose your own punctuation exercise
  • Punctuate these sentences
  • Punctuate these sentences – template
  • Conjunctions – AND, SO, BECAUSE & BUT
  • Stretch-a-sentence – snake
  • Stretch-a-sentence – pie
  • Stretch-a-sentence – jellybeans
  • Stretch-a-sentence – goat
  • Stretch-a-sentence – template
  • Adjectives
  • Transform your adjectives – big
  • Transform your adjectives – nice
  • Transform your adjectives – template
  • Build better descriptions – big
  • Build better descriptions – pretty
  • Build better descriptions – sad
  • Build better descriptions – good
  • Build better descriptions – template
  • Adverbs – hopped
  • Adverbs – template
  • Adverbs – match the picture
  • Adverbs – match the picture template
  • Fairy tale word bank
  • Transitional adverbs
  • Adverbs of time
  • Show don’t tell – scared
  • Show don’t tell – nervous
  • Show don’t tell – love
  • Show don’t tell – sad
  • Show don’t tell – angry
  • Show don’t tell – surprised
  • Show don’t tell – frustrated
  • Show don’t tell – template
  • What is a fractured fairy tale?
  • How to fracture a fairy tale
  • My fairy tale planning #1
  • My fairy tale planning #2
  • Brainstorming bonanza – witch example
  • Brainstorming bonanza – owl
  • Brainstorming bonanza – girl at market
  • Brainstorming bonanza – baby bear
  • Brainstorming bonanza – gingerbread man
  • Brainstorming bonanza – puppy
  • Brainstorming bonanza – monster boy
  • Brainstorming bonanza – troll
  • Brainstorming bonanza – template
  • Structure of a fairy tale – ‘what happened next?’
  • 1.Name your hero
  • 2.Name your villain
  • 3.Name your friend
  • 4.Choose your setting
  • 5.Choose your problem
  • 6.Write your beginning
  • 7.Write your middle
  • 8.Write your ending
  • 9.Edit your work
  • 10.Write your final copy