Fairydusted Tales

Fairytales speak the language of children, so it is the best way to stimulate students’ interest and involve them in the educational process. Through this project the students from Greece, the Czech Republic, France and Romania will collect traditional fairytales from their places, learn the basic elements of fairytales and, finally, write their own. These fairytales will be illustrated and decorated with the children’s own drawings and all this material will be included in a book under the title “Fairydusted Tales”. Moreover, students can use these fairytales to make their own videos, dramatise them, perfom puppet plays based on them or make them into e-books. All this material produced through this project will be uploaded on the school’s website, on a special place designed for the project.

Jul
04
2010

Happy end...

Posted by: Claudine Coatanéa

I'd like to thank all the partners too for this amazing "journey to Fairyland"! I enjoyed every bit of the project, learnt so much from working together; it was all very fulfilling and very rewarding, and good fun too!

I am so happy and proud that we managed to reach our goal and have a HAPPY END! But this is not really the end, is it... our tales will always be there to take us back to Fairyland: just open the book!

All the best to everyone, and let's keep in touch!

Claudine

Jun
29
2010

All good things come to an end...

Posted by: Paraskevi Belogia
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All good things have to end and it's time for all of us to return from our journey to Fairyland.  It was something that we will never forget, something that filled our lives with happy, creative and special moments.  We will always remeber each other and we hope that we will be able to meet  soon:)

Have a nice holiday all of you, and always remember that the entrance to the most enchanting and beautiful places is through our imagination...

Best Wishes to all eTwinners and co-travellers:)

Jun
17
2010

Final Thoughts (Romania)

Posted by: Paraskevi Belogia
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"This was a great project and I enjoyed writing the story. I found it very interesting because as a kid I loved to be told stories. I think that we did a great job. "

 -   Stefana Dritu - group 11

"I was surprised to discover students from France and Greece. Some of us had the same hobbies.

I liked this project. I would have liked it more if we could continue it next year. Or maybe we'll do another project at least as much as interesting as this one.  "

Denisa Stancila  amp;Andreea Cadar - group 9

 

Jun
12
2010

Final Thoughts (France)

Posted by: Paraskevi Belogia
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The French students wrote some things about their whole experience in the "Fairydusted Tales" eTwinning project :)

 

 

I enjoyed writing a fairy tale with people from other countries. I learnt I have got a big imagination to write these tales. What I found difficult was inventing an English story with people we don't know. What surprised me was the final result . It's a good project. I'm proud of myself because I didn't feel self-confident before writing the tale. My favorite activity in the project was writing a fractured...

Jun
07
2010

Towards the End..

Posted by: Paraskevi Belogia
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We are heading towards the end of the "Fairydusted Tales" eTwinning project and teachers and students from all the partner countries have  exchanged handmade gifts as souvenirs and wrote some things about their experience:)

Here are the thoughts and comments of the Greek group:)

 

 

It was an interesting experience! We got along with students from France and Romania. We made new friends and shared our ideas and thoughts!

Panagiota (Greece)

 

We made new friends and wrote various kinds...

May
31
2010

"Fairydusted Tales" ebook: Table of Contents

Posted by: Paraskevi Belogia
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Contents

Traditional Fairytales
Maroula
Mavromadilou
Mirsina
Ouranitsa's Island
Poolia and Avgerinos
The Shoal Flandro
The Sun and the Moon
The Twelve Months
Budulinek
The Cock and the Hen
The Gingerbread Cottage
The Princess and the Pea
Little Red Riding Hood
Sleeping Beauty
Puss in Boots
The Witch of the Broom Cupboard
Donkey Skin
The Three Little Pigs
Hop o' my Thumb
The Little Bag with the Two Coins
Squeak
The Hoopoe at the Limetree
The Two Playful Mushrooms

May
31
2010

Fairydusted Tales ebook!

Posted by: Paraskevi Belogia
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Our ebook which contains all the fairytales that our students have written during the "Fairydusted Tales" eTwinning project is almost ready. Here is our book cover, we hope you like it!:)