We just know the popular ones, like Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, Snow White and Sleeping Beauty.
You might even been surprised to learn that most fairy tales have their origin back in the 16 century.
These creative writing prompts are a fun activity to supplement popular Fairy Tales.
I like to encourage the kids to use their imagination and create their own twisted fairy tale ideas.
Think about how the conflict in the fairy tale is resolved or how does the villain get defeated? While living in his tree house he has devoted his time to helping children around the world with their writing skills and creativity.
For example in Cinderella, the glass slippers fits her foot or in the Ugly Duckling, the duck turns into a beautiful swan.
Think about Jack in Jack and the Beanstalk or Snow White.
Step 3: Create your villain A fairy tale without a villain would be pretty boring.
Other great examples of morals can be found from reading Aesop’s fables, just check out this post on top 12 life lessons from Aesop’s Fables.
Step 2: Create your hero Some common traits for your hero or heroine could be kind, humble, innocent and kind-hearted.