Fairytale Story Telling Prompt Dice Game

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  • Create group or pair stories

    , Jul 10th
  • I used it for writing and speaking and listening. Great resource.

    , Oct 25th
This fun dice game is great for encouraging your children to branch out and get creative during independent writing tasks. With a variety of traditional fairytale settings, the good, the bad, and a selection of fun props there are endless possibilities!
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