Fairytales are often the first and most lasting literature experience for a child. They provide an ideal vehicle for conflict resolution in a non-threatening form. The heroes and villains tend to be larger than life and most engaging for young children.
Fairytales have a closely defined structure of introduction, problem and satisfying conclusion which particularly appeals to young children. The activities in this blackline master have been carefully selected and designed to fit current educational trends and to enable the teacher to use fairytales in a fresh and innovative manner.