Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk, Cinderella, The Princess and the Pea, and other classic Fairy Tales are combined into this Silly Fractured Fairy tale written by author Jill Ross Nadler aka Storyologist (and Storyteller!) Page Turner.
Fractured fairy tales are a fun way to give old stories a new twist! In the Mixed Up Fairy Tale, Page Turner and Kenny need the viewers to help them break a spell or Beauty will sleep for 100 years. Red Riding Hood to give up her cape, discover the secret under grandma’s bed, climb a beanstalk and retrieve a golden spoon from a giant.
Fairy tales are also a fun way to teach Social Emotional Learning. Persistence and perseverance are themes in this story, as well as kindness and friendship.
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Teaching GENRE can be a challenge! Especially if you're teaching genre to 2nd grade students or other early elementary grades! In this fun educational video, Storyologist Page Turner talks about different types of genre including Fairytales, Mysteries, Horror, Myths, Fantasy and Realistic Fiction, Page Turner uses her MAGIC STORYTELLING BOOK to bring GENRE to life including her favorite genre...fairytales!
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Setting goals is an important skill for everyone, especially kids! In this fun video, former Ringling Bros. Circus Clown, Kenny Mikey explains the importance of goal setting for kids while...riding a unicycle and juggling!
Goal Setting is a great Social Emotional Learning skill and self-management tool for both kids and adults. It's never too early to start a great goal-setting habit (or learning how to ride a unicycle!
Opinion vs. Fact can be a tough concept for elementary kids learning opinion writing or the OREO writing pneumonic. In this fun Laugh & Learn video, Lynn Guini, host of the popular (an imaginary) podcast In My Humble Opinion tells her audience who makes the best pizza in the town of Mozzarella. Kenny “fact checks” her and explains the difference between an OPINION and a FACT.
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