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Fairy tales, miniature stages, and scrolls! Students sculpt favorite fantasy scenes, then write their own imaginative tales.
Provide opportunities for students to experience fantasy picture books or listen to storytellers tell fairy tales. Talk about the imaginary settings and characters. Students choose scenes that appeal to them to share in a model Story Circle.
Invite students to work individually or in pairs to create a miniature stage on an upside-down recycled aluminum pie plate. Sculpt the characters and parts of the setting of favorite scenes with Crayola® Model Magic. To add color to the modeling compound, press the color tips of Crayola Washable Markers into the Model Magic and knead the color to mix.
Press on decorative craft items such as feathers, beads, and chenille sticks to decorate the sculptures while the modeling compound is still damp. Dry.
Glue the characters and setting to the stage with Crayola School Glue. Dry.
Students use their stage scenes for ideas to write their own fantasy stories with a new beginning, middle, and ending.
With Crayola Scissors, cut paper into long strips. Use markers to write the story on the story strips. Roll the strips around colored pencils to curl them into scrolls, then remove the colored pencils. Glue the scrolls to the stage.
Provide opportunities during the school day for students to share Story Circles with classmates and younger children.
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