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Brothers Grimm

Discussion in 'Primary' started by ballerina, Jan 28, 2011.

  1. ballerina

    ballerina New commenter


    I'm doing then Yr2 same authors different stories lit unit soon. Has anyone done this with the Brothers Grimm stories and can give me any ideas / advice?!
    Thanks in advance!

     
  2. ballerina

    ballerina New commenter


    I'm doing then Yr2 same authors different stories lit unit soon. Has anyone done this with the Brothers Grimm stories and can give me any ideas / advice?!
    Thanks in advance!

     
  3. hobgoblintc

    hobgoblintc New commenter

    Hi, I don't know if this helps but we have a couple of original Fairy Tale plays that have loads of Fairy Tale characters and plot elements all mixed up. If you're looking at this sort of thing and might be interested in having us in then check out our website... www.hobgoblintheatrecompany.co.uk

    Regards

    Dan
     
  4. ballerina

    ballerina New commenter

    Thank you for that, i will definitely consider it for next time i do fairy tales, too short notice for this time though

     

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