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                                   Rotorua New Zealand February 2009




learning@school
Shaping teaching ...
with a




  Presented by Linda McCullough, Vicki Stephens, Pauline McLeod
Tradititional Tales link can be found on https:...
Cinderella, an Ugly sister and of course Prince Charming!!
A week later it was Granma, “You can be Cinderella and do all t...
Intention for Presentation;
Look at Traditional tales
Why they are important?
Why are we still using them?
How do they fit...
What messages do
Fairy Tales give us?
                  Thanks to all the
                Teachers and Pupils of
         ...
Brainstorming Ideas
Yr1 students
                                   reasoning with the
                                   values of unfair
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S a
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Read a selection of Fairy Tales.Tick the box if one of the criteria apply
                                            At l...
Literacy opportunities…                          Venn Diagram .
                                                     Diffe...
Using a PMI to organize ideas… Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Messages given to
us via Fairy Tales
Fairy Tale Characters
had roles in their story
portraying rights and
responsibilities they
had in that position.
Tasks for Fairy Tales using Thinker Keys.
The Reverse                    The What if                The Alphabet          ...
The Reverse Key:
Choose 3 different fairy Tales and make a list of people who you do not
usually see in this story.
Make a...
What if Key?



  What if Golilocks found the three Bears at home?
  What if Golidlocks had burnt herself with Father Bear...
Variations key:

Write down how many different
ways you could catch the Big Bad
wolf.

Make a list of different things Red...
The Bar Key
Make a Gingerbread House in
Paint When you have finished….


Add something big
Add something small
Take away s...
A-Z key
Place a Fairy Tale Character in as many alphabet
spaces as you can?

    a     b   c   d   e   f   g   h   i   j
 ...
The Question Key
Write a question that will give you this answer.
(eg Puss in Boots)
Who dressed up as a person and tricke...
The Commonality Key
What is the same about these 2 characters?

    Big Bad Wolf                   Goldilocks
The Alternative Key

What could Hansel collected
  to light the way home?


 What could Hansel and
 Gretel found to eat in...
The Construction Key



Design a house for the three Little
Pigs
You could draw it and explain the way
you have made it st...
The Disadvantages Key


 If the Three Little Pigs lived
 with their Mother and
 Father how would this of
 helped them when...
The Brainstorm
Make a list of all the people who possibly could of helped the three Little Pigs
                      and ...
The Ridiculous
Give your reasons why this could or could not not be
true.
Your teacher was last seen climbing up the beans...
Blank Thinkers keys
The Reverse                    The What if                The Alphabet                 The Bar        ...
Thinkers Keys 3 Little Pigs
Alphabet Key: Write a Three Little Pigs alphabet. (From a little Pigs Perspective)
Question Ke...
Drama:
Mother Pig Receives an email letter from her son Patrick.


Dear Mother Pig,
 Im writing to tell you that the big b...
Dear Peter,
Please say thank you to those lovely children at Tatuanui School for looking
after you. I can not come and loo...
A wiki set up to track the wolf and engage the children in its capture.
Father Pig has put out a poster with a $10,000 reward for information
resulting in the capture of the wolf.
( Set up and e...
Created by Yr 2/3
students in Room 3
  Pokuru School
A Glass Slipper Tale
Once upon a time there was a big giant.
He lived in a castle way up beyond the white and grey
spongy ...
Jamal and Rhys


 Cinderella followed the noise and found Rumplestitskin
 crying because he was lost in the soft bushes un...
Dillon and Tait

 Cinderella took Rumplestilskin soft bony hand and led away into the forest.
 Jack and Jack’s Mum saw the...
Ruben and Jack


 The Gingerbread man also followed the Giants noise and then
 went on following the loud and frightening ...
Liam and Mere

The Wolf teams up with the Giant and is taken back to the Giants
sliver spiky castle.
The wolf and the Gian...
Dwynica and Amber

The three little pigs were walking down the street towards
Red Riding Hoods grandmothers house when the...
Cody and Mitchell




The three little Pigs climbed up the Giants beanstalk by
hanging on to the green beans to share the ...
Sheree

Becky and Izaac

Cinderella went for a walk and saw Jack by the beanstalk.
Jack exclaimed “Hello Cinderella, would...
Sarah and Jodie


Red Riding Hood was walking through the forest
to Granny’s house when she heard someone
singing and deci...
Marius and Matthew Ch

 She decided to keep going to Granny’s house
 through the shortcut in the forest. As she was
 walki...
Mrs McLeod
 The Marquis of Caribous had been seen in the area.
 Puss in Boots had asked Jack and the Giant to say the spik...
Kaitlyn and Ruby
Rapunzel and Rumplestilkskin wanted to go to
Cinderella’s wedding. BUT Rapunzel lived in a big
old tower ...
Patrick and Molly

  Jack heard a knock at the door. He went to see
  who it was, when he opened the door he saw
  Cindere...
The handsome prince wearing his shiny pointed jeweled crown
was waiting at the hall.
Cinderella wearing her golden rain co...
Thank you to Miss Harvey and her wonderful Fairy Tale Students.




             Let’s go home
Gingerbread Man
Fantastic Fairy Tale
• By Sophie Adams (Yr 7)
Goldilocks turned the corner and the skatepark came into view. Her
  vision was filled by yellow tape, with POLICE LINE - ...
Relief flowed over her as
she saw a very familiar
family of three bears
standing close to the tape.
‘Papa Bear’ said Goldi...
Goldilocks gave
Papa Bear a nod,
so he knew that she
understood, then
walked off. She saw
Detective Inspector
Big Bad Wolf...
The next morning Goldilocks went to get her paper from the store, and was
shocked when she read the front page. She knew t...
Hesitantly, Goldilocks knocked on the front door of the little ginger house. ‘Come
in’ a familiar voice echoed from inside...
‘Are chocolate bikkies okay with you?’ Gingie asked her as he worked.
                ‘Sure’. Goldilocks replied, her mind...
‘Did you do that horrible thing to Little Miss Muffet?!’ Goldilocks
   demanded. Gingie lowered his head and looked down a...
Goldilocks became too frightened of what the tape was hiding and went home.
Later, she found she was dying to know what ha...
On she walked, following the path in the left direction. As she turned a corner, two people
  and a car came into view. Go...
On she walked, following the path in the right direction. As she turned a corner, two people and a car came into
  view. G...
Ruled over by curiosity, Goldilocks went down to the hospital. She saw the ambulance parked
at the ambo bay outside the ho...
Curious, Goldilocks ambled into
  Little Miss Muffet’s room, a
bundle of nerves. Unfortunately,
     and not to Goldilock’...
There had been a
police chase, involving
  the two cars she’d
  seen this morning.
   One had been a
  police car and the
...
Goldilocks looks around the hospital, searching for a clue. Soon enough, after finding nothing,
she gave up hope and left ...
Once the Three Blind Mice and Little Red Riding Hood were done talking to him, Goldilocks went to talk
   to Detective Ins...
Goldilocks, to distraught to
do much, decided to live and
   let live. She practically
  removed herself from her
   commu...
One good turn deserves....                  Next
 Once upon a time (which is a pretty good
   way to start a story) a warm...
Tentatively she turned towards to woods.
 They appeared to be peeping around the
    corner at the end of the path. As she...
“Hello Snow White
       welcome back”chortles
        Dopey as Goldilocks
        appears through the
              hedge...
“Dopey Dwarf,” haven’t seen him
in ages. He hasn’t changed a bit.”
  So off she went along the path
        towards the wo...
“The skate park sounds fun,” she
 muses and turns towards town.
To her surprise she is confronted
by an intact Humpty Dump...
On line Resources
Aesops fableshttp://www.childrenslibrary.org/icdl/BookPreview?bookid
=___aeso_00150054&route=text&lang=E...
http://en.childrenslibrary.org/
http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/introduction/index.html
http://www.genrerange.co.uk/cws/tales.html
http://www.storyplace.org/eel/other.asp
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  1. 1. learning@school Rotorua New Zealand February 2009 learning@school Shaping teaching and learning in the 21st century Ko te whenu hou te tau
  2. 2. with a Presented by Linda McCullough, Vicki Stephens, Pauline McLeod Tradititional Tales link can be found on https://wailite.wikispaces.com/
  3. 3. Cinderella, an Ugly sister and of course Prince Charming!! A week later it was Granma, “You can be Cinderella and do all the work!! We are hungry and want to be feed then you can dress up and go out with Poppa!!”
  4. 4. Intention for Presentation; Look at Traditional tales Why they are important? Why are we still using them? How do they fit into a digital environment? What higher thinking can be engaged in when using traditional tales at a junior level?
  5. 5. What messages do Fairy Tales give us? Thanks to all the Teachers and Pupils of Newstead School
  6. 6. Brainstorming Ideas
  7. 7. Yr1 students reasoning with the values of unfair treatment. Y1 students recalling the events in a story.
  8. 8. g i ftin d s on n m g a om tin or s. C S a e s. id a e the id e h mav e. les the Ta me sa
  9. 9. Read a selection of Fairy Tales.Tick the box if one of the criteria apply At least one cha ract er is Honesty or Foolishness One character is One Charcter put clevern or evil transforme One character Characters live is jealous to ess is is d into moves happily of dea recorde rewar something into ever Name of Fairy Tale another th. d ded better. Royalty after. Common messages that come in most Fairy Tales are:
  10. 10. Literacy opportunities… Venn Diagram . Differences and similarities Report Other Digital Ideas •Produce a video of a Fairy tale play. •A pod cast of an interview with a Fairy Tale Character or story retell •Debate the pros and cons of actions demonstrated in Fairy Tales and video or Pod Cast this. •Create an animated story to go with your Fairy Tale •Recreate your own Fairy tale and Creating own version publish it digitally. Using speech marks
  11. 11. Using a PMI to organize ideas… Goldilocks and the Three Bears
  12. 12. Messages given to us via Fairy Tales
  13. 13. Fairy Tale Characters had roles in their story portraying rights and responsibilities they had in that position.
  14. 14. Tasks for Fairy Tales using Thinker Keys. The Reverse The What if The Alphabet The Bar The Construction Use words such as Ask virtually any Compile a list of B = bigger Problem solving task cannot, never and question (serious or words from A to Z A = add requires creative use would not e.g. list frivolous) positive of everyday materials which has R = remove or things you would and negative replace never see responses relevance to topic The Disadvantages Different uses The Prediction The Picture The Ridiculous List disadvantages, list Use imagination to Simple diagram that has Make a ridiculous Predict possible ways of connecting or list widely different no relevance and statement that is virtually eliminating disadvantages outcomes students try to work out impossible and students uses for an object ways that it could be attempt to substantiate it linked The Commonality The Inventions The Alternatives The Question The Brainstorming Select 2 objects with little Develop inventions which List ways in which to Start with the answer, and State a problem to do with each other and are constructed in an complete a task without try to list 5 questions ask students to find unusual manner or using which could be linked to and brainstorm using normal tools commonalities unusual materials that answer Forced The Combination Interpretation The Brick Wall The Variations Relationship List attributes of 2 Describe an unusual Make a statement that Students find many ways unmatched objects then situation and students could not generally be to overcome an obstacle Develop a solution to combine attributes to have to think of some questioned and disputed or solve a problem a problem by create a new or better different explanations for and then try to break considering the product the existence of that down the wall by finding attributes of a situation other ways of dealing with number of dissimilar the situation objects
  15. 15. The Reverse Key: Choose 3 different fairy Tales and make a list of people who you do not usually see in this story. Make a list of different setting s where these stories could take place. Different uses: How could the authors used the wolf character differently? Prediction Key: Make a comic conversation between Mother Bear Baby bear when they arrived home.
  16. 16. What if Key? What if Golilocks found the three Bears at home? What if Golidlocks had burnt herself with Father Bears Porridge? What if Golilocks had got stuck in Mother Bear soft chair and was unable to get out? What if Goldilocks Mother had come looking for her? Is your reason Could Work Possible Utterly Ridiculous impossible
  17. 17. Variations key: Write down how many different ways you could catch the Big Bad wolf. Make a list of different things Red Riding Hood could of taken to Grandmas house. Make a list of three different ways Grandmother and Little Red Riding could of disposed of the Big Bad Wolf.
  18. 18. The Bar Key Make a Gingerbread House in Paint When you have finished…. Add something big Add something small Take away something you do not like there? What else could you add?
  19. 19. A-Z key Place a Fairy Tale Character in as many alphabet spaces as you can? a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
  20. 20. The Question Key Write a question that will give you this answer. (eg Puss in Boots) Who dressed up as a person and tricked the Marquis? Hansel and Gretal’s witch Jack and the Beanstalk Ugly Duckling Cinderella Rapanzal Prince Charming
  21. 21. The Commonality Key What is the same about these 2 characters? Big Bad Wolf Goldilocks
  22. 22. The Alternative Key What could Hansel collected to light the way home? What could Hansel and Gretel found to eat in the forest? What could the witch of given Hansel to fatten him up? How could Hansel got out of the cage? What could Gretal have done with the witch?
  23. 23. The Construction Key Design a house for the three Little Pigs You could draw it and explain the way you have made it strong and safe for the pigs to live in.
  24. 24. The Disadvantages Key If the Three Little Pigs lived with their Mother and Father how would this of helped them when the Wolf attacked them?
  25. 25. The Brainstorm Make a list of all the people who possibly could of helped the three Little Pigs and their family and why they did not. People Reason for not helping
  26. 26. The Ridiculous Give your reasons why this could or could not not be true. Your teacher was last seen climbing up the beanstalk with Jack. Your Father was seen being pushed along in the Big Bad Wolfs wheelbarrow with one of the three little Pigs.
  27. 27. Blank Thinkers keys The Reverse The What if The Alphabet The Bar The Construction Use words such as Ask virtually any Compile a list of B = bigger Problem solving task cannot, never and question (serious or words from A to Z A = add requires creative use would not e.g. list frivolous) positive of everyday materials which has R = remove or things you would and negative replace never see responses relevance to topic The Disadvantages Different uses The Prediction The Picture The Ridiculous List disadvantages, list Use imagination to Simple diagram that has Make a ridiculous Predict possible ways of connecting or list widely different no relevance and statement that is virtually eliminating disadvantages outcomes students try to work out impossible and students uses for an object ways that it could be attempt to substantiate it linked The Commonality The Inventions The Alternatives The Question The Brainstorming Select 2 objects with little Develop inventions which List ways in which to Start with the answer, and State a problem to do with each other and are constructed in an complete a task without try to list 5 questions ask students to find unusual manner or using which could be linked to and brainstorm using normal tools commonalities unusual materials that answer Forced Relationship The Combination Interpretation The Brick Wall The Variations Develop a solution to List attributes of 2 Describe an unusual Make a statement that Students find many ways a problem by unmatched objects then situation and students could not generally be to overcome an obstacle combine attributes to have to think of some questioned and disputed or solve a problem considering the create a new or better different explanations for and then try to break attributes of a product the existence of that down the wall by finding number of dissimilar situation other ways of dealing with objects the situation
  28. 28. Thinkers Keys 3 Little Pigs Alphabet Key: Write a Three Little Pigs alphabet. (From a little Pigs Perspective) Question Key: Write a set of questions you would like to ask the Wolf. The answer is the oldest pig. Write 5 sentences that would have this as the answer. Brain Storm Key: Write a story about a group of 3 other characters and their story. Construction Key: How would a house be built if all the pigs had were cardboard boxes, plastic bags and 2 old over coats. Which one would be the strongest? Give your reason for this. The Variations Key: Find at least 4 alternative ways to persuade the wolf that pigs aren’t always the best food source. The Prediction Key: Plan the life of the three Pigs if the wolf hadn't interfered in their lives The What If Key: What is all the houses were brick? ( What methods could the wolf used to get in?) The Inventions Key: Invent 3 ways to catch the wolf and justify what you will do with him.
  29. 29. Drama: Mother Pig Receives an email letter from her son Patrick. Dear Mother Pig, Im writing to tell you that the big brown wolf you warned us about has been seen hanging around Tatuanui. I have not seen Paul for weeks and I think the big bad wolf must have got him. I’ve made lots of friends at school I’m very sad. Your loving son Patrick xxxx
  30. 30. Dear Peter, Please say thank you to those lovely children at Tatuanui School for looking after you. I can not come and look after you. I’d come for a visit but, my back is hurting and I have a really bad flu. Can’t call on the phone as I’ve no money on my phone card. Did you kids take the piggy bank from under my bed to buy those smothees the day you left? I know you will be looking out for Paul. He is still such a baby. Has Percy returned from his visit to Granma? I do miss you all so much. If you get a chance Id love to hear from you Lots of Piggy kisses. Mother Marny Pig
  31. 31. A wiki set up to track the wolf and engage the children in its capture.
  32. 32. Father Pig has put out a poster with a $10,000 reward for information resulting in the capture of the wolf. ( Set up and email buddy/wiki who will foster email reports from the children who will report sights of the wolf to) The above Buddy calls in to say that the 3 pigs have just been seen being loaded into the “Three Pigs Butchery” who is offering bacon sandwiches at the school fair on Sunday. Mother pig arrives unexpectedly at school and is interview by the students on the life and future of her children. The local Police get involved ( They just happened to arrive) (dress up a parent!! Do a Round Robin creating ideas on how the pigs can be freed and the wolf captured. Write up a report for the local newspaper/ schoolnewsletter.
  33. 33. Created by Yr 2/3 students in Room 3 Pokuru School
  34. 34. A Glass Slipper Tale Once upon a time there was a big giant. He lived in a castle way up beyond the white and grey spongy clouds. One dark evening he slid down his thick bean stalk He was feeling hungry. A rumble like thunder was heard by Cinderella. Cinderella was busy with the handsome Prince trying on the glass slipper with the angry ugly sisters. Ignore it Follow the noise.
  35. 35. Jamal and Rhys Cinderella followed the noise and found Rumplestitskin crying because he was lost in the soft bushes under the forest trees. Cinderella ran like a girl does towards him. “Why are you crying?” “Because I’m lost in the forest,” he cried very sadly, jumping up an down calling out, “ Nobody knows it, Except those who chose it. So I swear by the hair on my chin, That my name is Rumplestilskin. Don’t help Help him
  36. 36. Dillon and Tait Cinderella took Rumplestilskin soft bony hand and led away into the forest. Jack and Jack’s Mum saw the gigantic beanstalk outside their house and tried to cut it down with a sharp axe. The Giant heard Jacks Mum singing, “Three blind mice, Three blind mice. See how they run, See how they run. They all run after the farmers wife, who cut off their tails with the carving knife. Did you ever see such a thing as that in your life. As three blind mice? Go with Cinderella Go with the giant
  37. 37. Ruben and Jack The Gingerbread man also followed the Giants noise and then went on following the loud and frightening noise of Rumplestlitskin. Seeing the Gingerbread man the giant thought FOOD! “Run run as fast as you can you can’t catch me I'm the Ginger bread man “ sang the gingerbread man. Get caught Escape
  38. 38. Liam and Mere The Wolf teams up with the Giant and is taken back to the Giants sliver spiky castle. The wolf and the Giant make the clucking hen lay golden eggs for an omelete. The Giant and the wolf talk to each other and decide to team up….. Share the omelete Work with the team
  39. 39. Dwynica and Amber The three little pigs were walking down the street towards Red Riding Hoods grandmothers house when they saw Cinderella. She was sweeping the floor crying her heart out. Her Fairy God Mother flew in. “ Don’t worry I’ll make it all better. Here have a jelly bean.” She waves her magic wand, Pifity pofity pooh. The glass slipper is fixed. Cinderella Granny’s house
  40. 40. Cody and Mitchell The three little Pigs climbed up the Giants beanstalk by hanging on to the green beans to share the omelete. Rumplestiltskin was sitting high in the leaves singing loudly so everyone could hear him. “ Nobody knows it, my name is Rumplestiltskin. The big strong wolf joined in. Go to Granny’s Go with the wolf
  41. 41. Sheree Becky and Izaac Cinderella went for a walk and saw Jack by the beanstalk. Jack exclaimed “Hello Cinderella, would you like to come up the beanstalk with me and get some gold from the giant.” Cinderella replied “yes please, we’ll be rich!” They climbed slowly up the beanstalk scared of what they might find! They sneaked into the giant’s castle where the giant was sleeping and grabbed the hen. They then climbed back down the beanstalk as quietly and quickly as they could. When they were down they tried to chop the beanstalk down. Cinderella hurried to put on her new glass slippers as she had a date with the prince… Cinderella Jack
  42. 42. Sarah and Jodie Red Riding Hood was walking through the forest to Granny’s house when she heard someone singing and decided to follow the music. Red Riding Hood heard a little voice in her head say “Make sure you keep on the path” But Red Riding hood continued to follow the music. Red Riding Hood felt a bit lost, she peered through the forest and saw a young girl wearing a beautiful dress. Suddenly Red Riding Hood saw the young girl fall over and start to cry, she was looking at her broken glass slipper… Helps Doesn’t help
  43. 43. Marius and Matthew Ch She decided to keep going to Granny’s house through the shortcut in the forest. As she was walking the wolf snuck quietly up behind her back, he then pounced up in front of her giving her a fright. He howled “Where are you going?” Little Red Riding Hood replied “To Granny’s…” Then suddenly out of the corner of the wolf’s eye he saw a black and white cat zoom past him. Of course it was Puss in Boots! The wolf decided that Puss in Boots would make a much yummier dinner and chased after the cat. Follow Puss in Boots Go to Grannys House
  44. 44. Mrs McLeod The Marquis of Caribous had been seen in the area. Puss in Boots had asked Jack and the Giant to say the spiky silver castle and the ginormous beanstalk belonged to them. Near by lived the Candyland house of Wicked witch. She had kidnapped the Prince. “Hand over the Prince or Ill eat you,” screeched the wolf. “I can change him into a little fat pig and you could eat him, she bargained. “Oh no not by the hair on my chinney chin chin”, grunted little pig as he wandered by. Nearby Cinderella heard the racket. Go with the Prince Cinderella
  45. 45. Kaitlyn and Ruby Rapunzel and Rumplestilkskin wanted to go to Cinderella’s wedding. BUT Rapunzel lived in a big old tower in the middle of the forest and Cinderella lived in a beautiful house. Rapunzel said “I wish, I wish I had a beautiful gown and a carriage to take me to the wedding” Then Poof! The Fairy Godmother appeared and granted Rapunzel her wish. The Fairy Godmother said “You are going to the wedding!” Cinderella Rapunzel
  46. 46. Patrick and Molly Jack heard a knock at the door. He went to see who it was, when he opened the door he saw Cinderella looking very tired. Jack said “What are you doing here today? Do you want something to eat?” Cinderella replied “I was on my way to my wedding when my glass slipper broke!” “I’m hungry and tired and need to get to my wedding!” She said crossly. Jack thought they could go visit the gingerbread house in the forest that belonged to the witch. Cinderella Giant
  47. 47. The handsome prince wearing his shiny pointed jeweled crown was waiting at the hall. Cinderella wearing her golden rain coat pulled up in a blue coach She was looking through the green lace curtained windows. The rain was pouring down. Three little pigs come wearing their sliver trousers, golden T shirts and a purple bow tie. Rupensel arrived wearing a blue green spotted dress. They all feasted on chips and left over golden egg omelette. Cinderella and the Prince drive off in the blue coach to live happy ever after.
  48. 48. Thank you to Miss Harvey and her wonderful Fairy Tale Students. Let’s go home
  49. 49. Gingerbread Man
  50. 50. Fantastic Fairy Tale • By Sophie Adams (Yr 7)
  51. 51. Goldilocks turned the corner and the skatepark came into view. Her vision was filled by yellow tape, with POLICE LINE - DO NOT CROSS written everywhere. It stuck in her mind even when she shut her eyes. Most members of the public coming across the scene were asking someone what had happened. Unsure if she had the confidence to talk to a stranger so casually, Goldilocks slowed down. Maybe she would be able to figure out what had gone on by just looking around? Does she keep on going or leave?
  52. 52. Relief flowed over her as she saw a very familiar family of three bears standing close to the tape. ‘Papa Bear’ said Goldilocks. ‘What has happened?’ ‘Little Miss Muffet was found here just half an hour ago. She was crying, and threatening to throw her bucket at anyone who came too close. Paramedics were called and only just managed to get her into the ambulance. They’re saying she’s in shock, so I’m thinking it was something way more terrifying than a spider that scared her. She’s never been like this before.’ Does she keep looking around or go to the hospital?
  53. 53. Goldilocks gave Papa Bear a nod, so he knew that she understood, then walked off. She saw Detective Inspector Big Bad Wolf talking to the one of Three Blind Mice and Little Red Riding Hood. Goldilocks didn’t think either of them were frightening enough to do this. Does she talk to him or go home?
  54. 54. The next morning Goldilocks went to get her paper from the store, and was shocked when she read the front page. She knew the police would rule out Pinnochio soon enough. The spider was no where near scary enough, Little Miss Muffet had grown to be near immune to Spider’s frights. That left only one suspect. But, Goldilocks whispered to herself, The Gingerbread Man was her best friend! He would never do this to anyone. But who would? The Fairy Godmother? No one in Fairy Tale Land was evil enough to something like this... Does she go see The Gingerbread Man or not?
  55. 55. Hesitantly, Goldilocks knocked on the front door of the little ginger house. ‘Come in’ a familiar voice echoed from inside. She reached out and put her hand on the gumdrop door handle. Goldilocks was scared. With closed eyes, Goldilocks twisted her wrist. The door swung open. Without opening her eyes, she stepped into the house with her right foot. ‘Goldie!’, she heard The Gingerbread Man cry in joy. ‘Goldie, I’ve missed you so much. Where have you been? Why didn’t you call?’ ‘I missed you too Gingie. I’m sorry I didn’t call, I’ve been ever so busy.’ ‘Well never mind that. Let’s have some tea and biscuits’.
  56. 56. ‘Are chocolate bikkies okay with you?’ Gingie asked her as he worked. ‘Sure’. Goldilocks replied, her mind absent. ‘So, Goldie’ Gingie began, ‘How have you been?’ ‘Fine’ Goldilocks lied, reaching for biscuit. Gingie tilted his head to the right, questioning Goldilock’s well-being. ‘I need to ask you something’ she blurted out, not sure if she really wanted to, all the same. ‘Shoot’ Goldilocks didn’t know what to do. Should she ask him and risk their friendship? Or should she leave it and risk her safety?
  57. 57. ‘Did you do that horrible thing to Little Miss Muffet?!’ Goldilocks demanded. Gingie lowered his head and looked down at the ground. ‘You did didn’t you?!’ ‘I’m sorry, Goldie’ Goldilocks stormed out of the house, infuriated. The next day, The Gingerbread Man’s arrest was all over the news. The police didn’t say how they found the truth, but Goldilocks knew he turned himself in. It was so Gingie. She also knew, deep down, that she had done the right thing. THE END Back To Start
  58. 58. Goldilocks became too frightened of what the tape was hiding and went home. Later, she found she was dying to know what had happened. She decided to go for a walk and see if she could find anything. While Goldilocks was on her walk, she came to crossroads. Unsure which path take she sits on the grass to think for a moment. Does she go left or right?
  59. 59. On she walked, following the path in the left direction. As she turned a corner, two people and a car came into view. Goldilocks focused for a second. She recognized Fairy Tale Land’s detective inspector, Mr Wolf. He was putting handcuffs on Little Red Riding Hood. Goldilocks wasn’t surprised that, whatever the crime had been, Little Red Riding Hood had committed it. Goldilocks had never trusted her. THE END Back To Start
  60. 60. On she walked, following the path in the right direction. As she turned a corner, two people and a car came into view. Goldilocks focused for a second. She recognized Fairy Tale Land’s detective inspector, Mr Wolf. He was putting handcuffs on each of the spider’s six legs. Turns out that spider, who had scared Little Miss Muffet so many times that she had become immune to his frights, wanted a bigger reaction from her. The police were refusing to comment on what exactly spider had done to give Little Miss Muffet so much more than a startle. THE END Back To Start
  61. 61. Ruled over by curiosity, Goldilocks went down to the hospital. She saw the ambulance parked at the ambo bay outside the hospital. Familiar with this hospital, she saunters in confidently. She makes her way to the psych ward and sees Little Miss Muffet through the window in her room. Does she go in to see her? Or does she look around?
  62. 62. Curious, Goldilocks ambled into Little Miss Muffet’s room, a bundle of nerves. Unfortunately, and not to Goldilock’s knowledge, Miss Muffet was not allowed visitors just yet. So Goldilocks leaves the room looks around the hospital, searching for a clue. Soon enough, after finding nothing, she gave up hope and left the hospital. On her way home two speeding cars raced past her. Picking up her pace, she made her way home and immediately turned on the news.
  63. 63. There had been a police chase, involving the two cars she’d seen this morning. One had been a police car and the other had been a stolen subaru, with The Spider driving. eventually Spider’s car ran out of petrol and he gave himself in. THE END Back To Start
  64. 64. Goldilocks looks around the hospital, searching for a clue. Soon enough, after finding nothing, she gave up hope and left the hospital. On her way home two speeding cars raced past her. Picking up her pace, she made her way home and immediately turned on the news. There had been a police chase, involving the two cars she’d seen this morning. One had been a police car and the other had been a stolen subaru, with The Spider driving. eventually Spider’s car ran out of petrol and he gave himself in. THE END Back To Start
  65. 65. Once the Three Blind Mice and Little Red Riding Hood were done talking to him, Goldilocks went to talk to Detective Inspector Wolf. She asked him what was going on. He told her stuff she mostly already knew from the bears, with a couple of surprise facts every now and then. But one fact surprised her. He told her that her best friend, The Gingerbread Man, was the main suspect in the case. All the evidence was pointing to him. Acting on the spur of the moment, Goldilocks told the detective that she had done it. He grabbed some handcuffs and took her down to the station. There she was charged with 3 months, 2 weeks, 4 days and 16 hours imprisonment. Goldilocks was chagrined that she was in jail, but knew that she had been a very good friend. THE END Back To Start
  66. 66. Goldilocks, to distraught to do much, decided to live and let live. She practically removed herself from her community, causing self- inflicted social rejection. The only television she watched was rubbish daytime soap operas, shying away from the six o’clock news. Goldilocks had no idea if The Gingerbread Man was actually guilty, and if he wasn’t then she had no conclusion to the mystery of Little Miss Muffet. THE END Back To Start
  67. 67. One good turn deserves.... Next Once upon a time (which is a pretty good way to start a story) a warm spring morning followed Goldilocks as she skipped down the street. With her lunch and essential supplies strapped to her back she was off to enjoy the day. Screeching to a halt at the end of the street she was surprised to find two new signs The I wonder thought The skate woods park Goldilocks??
  68. 68. Tentatively she turned towards to woods. They appeared to be peeping around the corner at the end of the path. As she sauntered along she heard a song coming from the other side of the hedge, “Hi, Ho, Hi Ho, it’s off to work I go.” Lying down and looking through a low gap she spied this vertically challenged person trotting along being chased by a song. “That looks like fun” Does she crawl Carry on to through the hedge? Through the hedge! the woods
  69. 69. “Hello Snow White welcome back”chortles Dopey as Goldilocks appears through the hedge. Whoops, wrong story Or does she go along thinks Goldilocks with the charade? Tales yet to be told.
  70. 70. “Dopey Dwarf,” haven’t seen him in ages. He hasn’t changed a bit.” So off she went along the path towards the woods. Rounding the corner she screeched to a halt. “Wow where did that place come from” she whispered. Tales yet to be told.
  71. 71. “The skate park sounds fun,” she muses and turns towards town. To her surprise she is confronted by an intact Humpty Dumpty and an uncountable number of horses and men. “Nothing much happening in town,” HD calls, “come to my celebratory party.” Tales yet to be told.
  72. 72. On line Resources Aesops fableshttp://www.childrenslibrary.org/icdl/BookPreview?bookid =___aeso_00150054&route=text&lang=English&msg=&ilang=English
  73. 73. http://en.childrenslibrary.org/
  74. 74. http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/introduction/index.html
  75. 75. http://www.genrerange.co.uk/cws/tales.html
  76. 76. http://www.storyplace.org/eel/other.asp
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