Illustration to "Blondine and the Tortoise" ~ by Virginia Frances Sterrett (from Old French Fairy Tales). A link to a site with more examples of her work and which includes a link to the stories included in Old French Fairy Tales is: http://sterrett.artpassions.net/virginia_sterrett.html
Collecting, ripping and arranging a range of images, textures and surfaces can provide a creative base upon which to write and draw further ideas. These pages from a visual journal explore ideas related to illustration, fairytales and mythology.
Use this power point to introduce your students to the elements of fairy tales, such as:*taking place long ago*magical elements*groups of 3*good vs. evil*conflicts (problems)*resolutions (solutions)*morals (lessons)This presentation also explains that fairy tales can have many different versions and provides students with examples of fairy tales from different cultures, as well as fractured fairy tales.I have also included an anchor chart poster to go along with the power point.