The Stories Behind Disney Movie Fairy Tales - Summer Camp! 6-9
Have you heard the original stories that served as an inspiration to popular Disney movies? In this class, we read three classic fairy tales and evaluate some of the main similarities and differences they have with the movie versions!
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I have two listings for this class. This one is for students aged 6-9. The other is for students aged 3-5. Do you love princesses? Me too! Did people in the past like princesses, too? YES! Classic tellings of fairy tales are strikingly similar to those told today. They both feature unfortunate circumstances, heroism, a good portion of magic, and, of course, a wedding at the end! Some of the differences might surprise you! Many classic fairy tales, though a little different than modern...
Students will practice identifying characters, sequencing events, comparing and contrasting, and sharing their ideas. Students will also practice respecting others and taking turns to share.
1 hour 45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
In Beauty and the Beast, the Beast in the story nearly dies when Beauty does not come home as planned. The story briefly describes his pain before she saves him. The description is much less intense than the Disney movie is. Also, there is no antagonist nor fighting in the story, as there is in the Disney movie. In Sleeping Beauty, the story briefly mentions that the cook is planning on boxing the kitchen boy on the ear. Also, there are many princes who try to save the princess from her slumber and get caught and die in the thicket around the kingdom. There is no dragon or fighting, as there is in the movie!
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Hello! My name is Sydney. It’s nice to meet you! ***Please feel free to inquire about private tutoring, new class requests, or schedule requests! Also, if you are using school funds or ESA funds and are unable to enroll in an "ongoing" class,...