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Fairy Tales Settings Posters

PDF | 6 pages|Grades: F - 2

A set of 6 fairytale story settings background posters.

Use these story setting posters to inspire and support storytelling and writing in the classroom. These posters can be used as classroom displays or printed in a smaller format for students to stick in their workbooks.

Posters include:

  • forest
  • farm
  • castle
  • house
  • candy house
  • beanstalk.

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    • ACELT1580

      Retell familiar literary texts through performance, use of illustrations and imagesElaborationsdrawing, labelling and role playing representations of characters or events (Skills: Literacy, Critical and Creative Thinking)reciting rhymes with actions ...

    • ACELT1832

      Innovate on familiar texts by using similar characters, repetitive patterns or vocabularyElaborationsimitating a characteristic piece of speech or dialogue, or the attitude or expression of favourite or humorous characters in texts (Skills: Literacy,...

    • ACELT1833

      Innovate on familiar texts by experimenting with character, setting or plotElaborationsinventing some speech, dialogue or behaviour of favourite or humorous characters through imagining an alternative event or outcome in the original text (Skills: Li...

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    Patricia Fiddy

    Is there an option to save the setting posters to use later or can I only print from the site. I don’t have access to a printer at home.

    Patricia Fiddy · Oct 6th, 2018


    Hi Patricia,
    Yes, there is. Simply click the Download button and the PDF file will be saved to your downloads folder on the computer. You can then move the file to wherever you need it for printing.

    Kristian · Oct 8th, 2018

    Nicolette Morrison

    Thanks for your help, I like the pictures. As soon as I have some funds I will upgrade to a plan.??

    Nicolette Morrison · Jul 19th, 2018

    Alison Smith

    Hi Nicolette,
    Thanks for your comment! We can’t wait to share our resources with you! If you need any further help, please let us know.
    Have a great day.

    Alison Smith · Jul 24th, 2018

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