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Histoires pour enfants / Stories for kids

(Updated on 11/05/2016)

 


Stories for Kids

List of Stories for Kids
found on these pages : LITT - Page 1 - LITT - Page 3 - LITT - Page 4

'Little Red Riding Hood' (a new page)

Nursery Rhymes
HARRY POTTER
Literature / Writers
Theatre
Poetry

A calendar
with important events in literature and literacy.

 

 

 

 

Activities List of stories for kids
Animated stories 'Little Red Riding Hood' (a new page)
Authors Pictures
Cartoons Stories to read (no sound)
Cinema Stories with sound (not animated)
Conversation questions Videos
Games Vocabulary
Interactive stories Webquests
Lesson plans  

 


Related pages :

Comics / Comic strips / Superheroes
HARRY POTTER
Literature
Nursery Rhymes
Poems
READING COMPREHENSION
'Snow White and the Huntsman' (film)
Songs
Theatre
Writers

 

 

 

Activities :


 

 

  • Skeleton Story
    "Here’s a way to make the language of a story memorable by using physical activity.
    All you have to do is find a story that lends itself to being mimed. Get the students to stand up and then slowly read the story acting it out at the same time and encouraging the class to join in. Repeat the story but this time at a faster pace, again with actions...
    This is a poetic story that we use with younger elementary level students...
    We got this idea from Nick Bilbrough and his excellent book ‘Memory Activities for Language Learning’ published by Cambridge University Press."

    (thehenrybrothers.wordpress.com)

 

  • Your Own Fairy Tale - interactive
    "Fill in the blanks in the form ..., and see your own fairytale..."

    (quest4camelot.com)
  • Create a fairytale giant
    "Invent a fairytale giant, draw a picture of your giant and write a description using this activity sheet."

    (education.scholastic.co.uk)

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Little Red Riding Hood
    Read the story (with an animation) and start the activity.

    Activity created by: Renée Maufroid

 

 

 

  • Interactives : Science - Language - History - Art (learner.org)

 

  • Gulliver's travels
    "Watch the video and do the activity, you can look at your book if you need to, (New Wings 5)."
    Activity created by: Renée Maufroid

 

  • Fairytale Land (lancsngfl.ac.uk)
    Read and listen, then do the activities.
    Ugly Duckling - Gingerbread Man - Cinderella - Little Red Riding Hood - Sleeping Beauty -
    Jack and the Bean Stalk - Goldilocks and the Three Bears

 

  • Davy Crockett
    Read The story of Davy Crockett and answer the questions.
    Activity created by: Renée Maufroid



  • The Owl and the Pussycat :

     

     

  • Old MacDonald had a farm (British Council)
    "The kit includes ideas to engage the children in the tale in addition to a host of activities
    to exploit the story and to extend the topic of farms and farm animals."

 

  • Projet pédagogique : le conte et ses personnages (Ac. Montpellier)
    "Monica Curnelle, professeur d'anglais au Collège Gaston Domergue à Sommières dans le Gard vous présente un projet pédagogique complet, menée en interdisciplinarité avec le professeur de français. Le projet s'inscrit sur plusieurs séquences permet d'aborder plusieurs aspects linguistiques et culturels...
    Les élèves abordent Halloween et Christmas en passant par le Gingerbread Man, Shrek et le film The Nightmare before Christmas de
    Tim Burton avant d'écrire et illuster leur propres contes en anglais et fabriquer, et déguster, des Gingerbread Men!"
    (Ac. Montpellier)


    "Monica Curnelle, professeur d'anglais au Collège Gaston Domergue à Sommières dans le Gard vous présente un projet pédagogique complet,
    mené en interdisciplinarité avec le professeur de français.

    Le projet s'inscrit sur plusieurs séquences permet d'aborder plusieurs aspects linguistiques et culturels :

    * 1ère séquence (novembre/décembre) : étude d'extraits du film de
    "The Nightmare before Christmas."

    Objectifs culturels : les fêtes traditionnelles (Halloween et Christmas) à travers la subversion du personnage traditionnel de Jack O'Lantern en Santa Claus.

    * 2ème séquence (janvier) : étude d'extraits de Shrek 1.
    Objectif culturel : le traitement des personnages des contes traditionnels.

    * 3ème séquence(février) : étude intégral d'un conte écrit "The Gingerbread Man."

    * 4ème séquence (mars) : écriture en groupe d'un conte illustré respectant le schéma narratif.

    Dossier téléchargeable (27 pages avec objectifs, mise en oeuvre et fiches de travail) à :
    http://pedagogie.ac-montpellier.fr/disciplines/anglais/ressources/pe/contes.html

    (Darren Rigby » Collège Jean Moulin, Perpignan)

 

 

  • La Princesse au petit pois - conte d'Andersen (CNDP)
    Fiche d'activités pédagogiques avec
    "des pistes de travail, le corrigé des exercices proposés et des liens vers des ressources en ligne."

 

  • The Six Types of Folk Stories (edu-cyberpg.com) :
    Objectives: Students will be able to identify some key elements of
    folktales, fables, fairy tales, legends, myths and tall tales,
    and be able to differentiate between them.

  • Between the Lions Stories (PBS)
    "consists of Stories, Games, Things to Print, Songs...
    There are at least 70 stories that you can read and watch online.
    Each story links to related games. You can also print the story."
  • Super Heroes (Comics US) - lesson plan / webquest
    (perso.wanadoo.fr/prof.danglais)

 

 

  • On pourrait donner les symboles et faire trouver les phrases correspondantes :


    • Stories (racontées avec des symboles) :
      The Crafty Fox - The Greedy Fox - A Stitch in Time - More Haste Less Speed - Theseus and the Minotaur
      - Theseus' Challenge - etc
      (symbolworld.org)





    • Red Riding Hood (text with symbols)
      (symbolworld.org)

     

  • Synonyms (with answers ) : Say It Again!
    "Increase your vocabulary by deciphering the following references to wellknown fairy tales and nursery rhymes."
    ex : "Lovely Somnambulist Wakened by Royal Caress" = ???

    (Education World)

 

 

 

 

  • Stories (illustrated)
    Jataka tales from India and Nepal - Latin American Trickster Tales - Tales of Terror from Argentina - Forest Folklore - Magical Myths from Mexico - Changes and Colombia - Conflict and Cooperation
    - Storytellers of the French-speaking World (La Fontaine's Fables...)
    "Click on the unit titles in bold for printable thematic units including lesson plans, vocabulary cards, and copymasters for all stories ."

    (miscositas.com)

 

 

  • Stories from Rainbow's Edge (home.freeuk.net)



    "Rainbow's Edge is a small village which contains most of the Nursery Rhyme characters that you have heard about.
    They spend their time wandering through the village telling their stories. But these stories are not their usual stories.
    They try to answer some unasked questions and are designed to make you THINK!!
    Each story has questions ( if you want to use them ) and is graded for difficulty"

 

 

Lesson plans :

 

 

 




Beauty and the Beast
1) Plot summary 2) Commentary 3) Variants 4) Adaptations 5) Beauty and the Beast in popular culture...
(Wikipedia)

 

 

Webquests :

 

Conversation questions :

 


Games :

 

 

Cartoons :


Once upon a time, ...

(cagle.com)