Grim Fairy Tales

I am currently working on Fairy Tale Unit with my students. I have been searching for a good technology activity to do with the unit, and I just found GrimFairtyTales.com. This interactive site has lots of activities for primary students. They can read a short, factual biography on the Brothers Grim. They can read an interactive, flash version of The Brementown Musicians and Faithful John. Or click on Fun Stuff to play a game or print out a coloring book. I know my kids will have fun making silly outfits for Puss N Boots!

-Melissa

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1 Response to “Grim Fairy Tales”


  1. 1 Joy March 25, 2008 at 2:41 am

    Hi Melissa,
    Thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas for intergrating technology into a fairy tale unit. I love to combine the social studies unit on Native Americans and fairy tales. Many wonderful fairy tale books were written to represent Native Americans. The Rough Face Girl is one of my favorites!!


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