Cinderella Story Review Writing Frame

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    , May 31st
Review this classic traditional tale using this lovely illustrated writing frame! Great for assessing familiarity with the story; have your children write about the main character, the story setting, and what happened. Use it as a discussion starter to talk about the character's personality traits and how they must have felt, whether there's a moral to the story, what the consequences of the character's actions were and more.
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