Many teachers use the story of Cinderella in their classrooms in a myriad of ways; teaching the elements of writing, reading comprehension and critical thinking. Another interesting way to teach with Cinderella is to focus on the fact that there are said to be over 1500 versions of Cinderella from around the world. The Little Glass Slipper of Germany, the Slavic version, The Twelve Months and Mi’kmaq Indian Cinderella and the Invisible One. Some say the story originated in France—some say it originated in China, no matter; the story is magical and somehow reaches across countries and cultures. The Internet offers many Cinderella resources to help teachers share this classic story in its many forms with their students.
- Cinderella Folk Texts: Differing stories of Cinderella from different countries.
- Cinderella Activity: Students demonstrate perspective when identifying responses to the familiar storyline.
- Cinderella: A Mirror of a Culture: Folklore mirrors the culture—understanding comes from knowledge of the culture.
- Fairy Tale Comparison: Students identify elements and origins of fairy tales and compare.
- Cinderella retold by Marcia Brown: Vocabulary, sequencing, writing and comprehension. Print and use pages.
- Exploring the World of Cinderella Tales: Students will read three versions of Cinderella, and then compare using a Venn diagram.
- Mi’kmaq Indian Cinderella: The 19th century storyteller turned the original Cinderella into something quite different.
- Cinderella Variations: Students will list essential plot characteristics, provide examples of plot variations, and write a narrative.
- Behind the Scenes with Cinderella: A lesson plan to help students think critically.
- Philanthropy through Cinderella: Students learn to give from the lessons found in the Cinderella story.
- Cinderella, Cinderella, Cinderella: A Cinderella WebQuest helps students understand tales of the story.
- Cinderella Stories: The Twelve Months—a Slavic Cinderella variant is taught.
- Cinderella Lesson Plan: Students investigate the well-known story of Cinderella through its Middle Eastern variants.
- Cinderella Page: Students read different version of Cinderella each day and keep a journal about their thoughts and constructive thinking.
- Cinderella, or The Little Glass Slipper: Two versions of Cinderella from France and Germany.
- Cinderella Bibliography: A collection of Cinderella narratives.
- Cinderella’s Shoe Matchup: Click on cards to match Cinderella’s shoes into pairs.
- Cinderella Interactive: Teaches students about setting, characters, sequence, exposition, conflict, climax and resolution.
- Cinderella Story Time: Tells the story of Cinderella in colorful frames.
- Who Needs a Fairy Godmother, Anyway?: A Cinderella WebQuest for Grades 1-2.
- Cinderella in Sign Language: The English version of Cinderella told through sign language.
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