This resource was reviewed using the Curriki Review rubric and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 3.00, as of 2014-05-26.
Technical Completeness: 3
Content Accuracy: 3
Appropriate Pedagogy: 3
This seven part resource includes a link to PBS kids –which contains of fables, fairy tales, rhymes and more. It also includes a complete lesson plan for third graders on reading and analyzing an Aesop fable and how to write their own fable on lying. Another lesson on fairy tales or fables is like a game show played with teams, which teaches students about characteristics about fairytales and fables. Students write their own stories, demonstrating various specific characteristics of their genre. A prewrite activity is included as well as a PPT template and other technology extensions. Lastly, 30 free Aesop’s fables are included.
Information - Mother Goose Day
May 1, May Day, is also known as Mother Goose Day. We've collected resources about fairy tales and fables that tie-in to this holiday.
This lesson plan is for third grade. It uses fables from the book, The Aesop for Children. The lesson plan covers reading the story, summarizing the story with a graphic organizer, illustrating, writing a story using a graphic organizer, proofreading activity, and creating a final illustrated story .