Folktales - lyn.campbell.name

Folktales - lyn.campbell.name

Folktales By A.Reyes ECSD

Folktales Folktales are stories told by people. One Folktale you may remember is Jack and the

Beanstalk. Folktales are stories that are told from generation to

generation, like the story of the tooth fairy. Many folktales are make believe.

Some folktales are part make believe and part real. That means that the characters themselves

were probably real people. Some folktales teach a lesson like the story of the Tortoise and the Hare. Also, in some folktales, animals can talk.

Some folktales can be scary. Some folktales are also tall

tales. That means they are exaggerated and sometimes funny.

What folktales can you remember?

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