How are you getting on with your fairytale project? Don’t forget you can do anything you like to help you learn something about fairy tales. You might choose to make a book about your favourite character, or make your own fairytale land. You might take photos of yourself dressed as a fairytale character or make a poster about evil characters. It’s totally up to you! We will judge them on our fairytale day (Tuesday 29th) and pick a winner from Class 1 and Class 2. Don’t forget to come to fairytale day dressed as your favourite character.
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