Mixed Up Fairy Tales MOBI · Mixed Up MOBI :Ú

Mixed Up Fairy Tales MOBI · Mixed Up MOBI :Ú

Mixed Up Fairy Tales ❴PDF / Epub❵ ✅ Mixed Up Fairy Tales Author Hilary Robinson – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk This fantastic split page, spiral bound book allows the reader to mix and match different combinations of fairy tales with hilarious results What would happen if Goldilocks had two horrid stepsisters This fantastic split page, spiral bound book allows the reader to mix and match different combinations of fairy tales with hilarious results What would happen if Goldilocks had two horrid stepsisters and fell asleep for Mixed Up MOBI :Ú a hundred years Would she be woken by a hungry wolf or Little Red Riding Hood s Granny.


10 thoughts on “Mixed Up Fairy Tales

  1. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    This book is wonderfully simple and fantastically clever It does exactly what the title suggests The brightly coloured split pages allow the reader to create their own fairy tales using the well known components of our favourite Western fairy tales Sharratt simplifies these familiar fairy tales into simple sentences with four sections So Little Red Riding Hood put on a bright red cape and was pounced on by a wolf disguised as Little Red Riding Hood s granny But also Ali Baba grew and gre This book is wonderfully simple and fantastically clever It does exactly what the title suggests The brightly coloured split pages allow the reader to create their own fairy tales using the well known components of our favourite Western fairy tales Sharratt simplifies these familiar fairy tales into simple sentences with four sections So Little Red Riding Hood put on a bright red cape and was pounced on by a wolf disguised as Little Red Riding Hood s granny But also Ali Baba grew and grew to the size of a house and managed to cross a bridge that was guarded by a bowl of soup The pages are colour coded, so it is possible to find the original tales, but really why would you Younger children will enjoy the interactive nature of the book This book could be very useful in supporting KS1 children to explore fairy tales and stories with familiar settings With over a thousand possible short story possibilities, Mixed Up Fairy Tales is an essential book for any EYFS and KS1 classroom Just be prepared for a lot of giggling


  2. Nyla Nyla says:

    This book is very clever, it has a dozen fairytales in one book, all jumbled up Children would love this book because it allows them to have fun whilst reading and this book kept me occupied for ages It is interactive and you get to choose the story and it can get very funny as it not the traditional story that they have heard previously and the random sentences get you laughing for hours This book is colour coded, so if chosen to, you are able to read the story in its original form This boo This book is very clever, it has a dozen fairytales in one book, all jumbled up Children would love this book because it allows them to have fun whilst reading and this book kept me occupied for ages It is interactive and you get to choose the story and it can get very funny as it not the traditional story that they have heard previously and the random sentences get you laughing for hours This book is colour coded, so if chosen to, you are able to read the story in its original form This book is great for getting children to read on their own as it is creative and it most definitely has the fun factor This book would be good for readers who understand the original story, as otherwise it can get quite confusing for the reader It is an great way to overcome the feeling that you ve read this book before, as every time it is opened it can be read in a new way The illustrations are great and I would recommend this book for ideally children 6 years old and beyond


  3. Ian McHugh Ian McHugh says:

    I love reading Accidentally On Purpose with it s split pages with Florence She knows the story so well and she can be so creative with the content I ve just read this and I know she ll love making all of the different stories into a jumble We may have to read the fairy tales all together first so she s aware of the basic narrative, after that we can have lots of fun mixing them up.


  4. Summer Summer says:

    Divided into 3, no matter way each 3 sections were flipped they made some random sense could be used as a strategy to construct stories and poems in arandom way.Playful and engaging.


  5. Jenna Mills Jenna Mills says:

    Great fun, though 3yo doesn t know all of the fairy tales well enough to make proper sense of it yet


  6. Georgie Haynes Georgie Haynes says:

    Could be used for KS1 2 looks at sentence structure, building sentences and creating stories in an interactive way.


  7. Rachel Rachel says:

    This is a simple book, yet one which can create hours of entertainment The book features lots of well known fairy tales, which have been written in four parts Every page of the book is split into four allowing you to mix and match these sections as you wish The result is numerous entertaining and humorous mixed up fairy tales, the sections are colour coded, allowing you to identify the original tales should you wish however it is muchfun to create the most outrageous fairy tale you ca This is a simple book, yet one which can create hours of entertainment The book features lots of well known fairy tales, which have been written in four parts Every page of the book is split into four allowing you to mix and match these sections as you wish The result is numerous entertaining and humorous mixed up fairy tales, the sections are colour coded, allowing you to identify the original tales should you wish however it is muchfun to create the most outrageous fairy tale you can I used this book with my lunchtime KS1 reading club and they all loved it, reaching for it week after week, to createmixed up tales Whilst this is a lovely addition for any book corner for children to explore independently, it could also be used in class to inspire the children s own mixed up tales Or the children could make up a new mixed up fairy tale using the book and then go and create that story themselves This is a bright, colourful and fun book featuring Nick Sharratt s iconic illustrations and a brilliant addition to every book corner


  8. Portable Portable says:

    A split page treat that enables its readers to create their own mixed up fairytales by mixing and matching different parts of the story Perfect for our K1 Unit of Inquiry into stories, as each reading of the book creates different narratives Lots of fun, and enticing illustrations from perennial favourite Nick Sharratt A split page treat that enables its readers to create their own mixed up fairytales by mixing and matching different parts of the story Perfect for our K1 Unit of Inquiry into stories, as each reading of the book creates different narratives Lots of fun, and enticing illustrations from perennial favourite Nick Sharratt


  9. Kerstin Macdonald Kerstin Macdonald says:

    best purchase I ve ever made would highly recommend this to all teachers in the lower years the previous school I was in had a themed term that all the lessons were based on, and while I was there they had the theme of traditional tales I brought this book in and my year 1 2 class loved going through it, taking the tales they already knew and mixing them up.


  10. Stephen Starr Stephen Starr says:

    Many books for children are about getting them to explore the theory of self that children develop from around the age of two other people are different from myself, I am different to other people, other people have different characters and motivations to myself This book gives children a means to explore this concept in a funny way, and it does it very well.


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