Baba Yaga
Website The TES resources for Baba Yaga/
Fractured Fairy Tales- Read, write,think
Interactive Re-write famous fairy tales in your own way!
Traditional and fairy stories Videos-BBC
Video 'Rumpelstiltskin','The Boy and the Drum' (animation),Jackanory Junior - 'Shampoozel'
Fractured Fairy tales- interactive Read , Write, Think
Website Fairy tales can teach children about how stories work—that there is a beginning, middle, and end. This online tool takes the fairy tale a step further. By changing essential elements in three familiar tales, children can enrich their understanding of story setting, point of view, and plot.
Traditional stories-Teachit Primary
Website

Explore traditional stories in KS1 and KS2 wth story planning worksheets, story mountain templates and character profiles.

The Fairy Tale Shed
Video A story set in a fairytale land.  A beautiful dancer spends all of her life stuck at the top of the clock tower.  She spins on her toes incessantly in order for the clock to work.
Fairy tales - ingredients and influence video BBC
Video The common ingredients of fairy tales (for example, simple plots, faraway places, stereotypical characters) are exemplified through examples and pictures. This leads into a more detailed discussion by well known writers  who explore the influence of traditional fairy tales on their own writing.
Warn characters in fairy tales-TES
Lesson A fun lesson for children to get them thinking creatively.  The idea is for children to warn fairy tale characters against making obvious mistakes.
Traditional tales-Primary resources
Website Huge selection of traditional tales and fairy tales.
Traditional Tale Planning -TES
Lesson Planning for traditional tales and two PowerPoint activities to support lessons
Traditional Stories

Traditional Stories

Video BBC Learning Zone The story of The Boy Who Cried Wolf' is told using interpretive dance. A Shepherd is watching his sheep. He tries to count them. But they won’t stand still and he’s getting very bored. He comes up with a game to attract the villager’s attention. He shouts ‘wolf!!” and when they hear his cry they drop everything and come running.
The Three Little Pigs
Lesson plan 3 way differentiated lesson plan and resources for The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs.
Baba Yaga
Website The TES resources for Baba Yaga/
Fractured Fairy Tales- Read, write,think
Interactive Re-write famous fairy tales in your own way!
Traditional and fairy stories Videos-BBC
Video 'Rumpelstiltskin','The Boy and the Drum' (animation),Jackanory Junior - 'Shampoozel'
Fractured Fairy tales- interactive Read , Write, Think
Website Fairy tales can teach children about how stories work—that there is a beginning, middle, and end. This online tool takes the fairy tale a step further. By changing essential elements in three familiar tales, children can enrich their understanding of story setting, point of view, and plot.
Traditional stories-Teachit Primary
Website

Explore traditional stories in KS1 and KS2 wth story planning worksheets, story mountain templates and character profiles.

The Fairy Tale Shed
Video A story set in a fairytale land.  A beautiful dancer spends all of her life stuck at the top of the clock tower.  She spins on her toes incessantly in order for the clock to work.
Fairy tales - ingredients and influence video BBC
Video The common ingredients of fairy tales (for example, simple plots, faraway places, stereotypical characters) are exemplified through examples and pictures. This leads into a more detailed discussion by well known writers  who explore the influence of traditional fairy tales on their own writing.
Warn characters in fairy tales-TES
Lesson A fun lesson for children to get them thinking creatively.  The idea is for children to warn fairy tale characters against making obvious mistakes.
Traditional tales-Primary resources
Website Huge selection of traditional tales and fairy tales.
Traditional Tale Planning -TES
Lesson Planning for traditional tales and two PowerPoint activities to support lessons
Traditional Stories

Traditional Stories

Video BBC Learning Zone The story of The Boy Who Cried Wolf' is told using interpretive dance. A Shepherd is watching his sheep. He tries to count them. But they won’t stand still and he’s getting very bored. He comes up with a game to attract the villager’s attention. He shouts ‘wolf!!” and when they hear his cry they drop everything and come running.
The Three Little Pigs
Lesson plan 3 way differentiated lesson plan and resources for The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs.