Fractured Fairy Tails Project 2002

Mrs. Goddard's 2nd Grade Class
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Little Blue Riding Hood

One day Little Blue Riding Hood was taking cookies and orange juice to her grandma. Along came a big hungry fox. He asked what was in her basket. She told him she had goodies for her grandma. The fox asked where her grandma lived. She said that her grandma lived behind those two trees. The fox chuckled as he skipped to Little Blue Riding Hood grandma's house.

Little Blue Riding Hood arrived at her grandmas and went inside. She gave the goodies to her grandma not knowing that she was a fox. The fox jumped out of bed to eat the goodies and Little Blue Riding Hood. A hunter passing by saw the fox through the window and shot him dead. Little Blue Riding Hood lived happily ever after.

By David

Goldilocks And The Three Wolves

Once upon a time there was a little girl named Goldilocks. She was lost in a forest. She saw a little cave so she went inside to rest.

Then she became a little hungry. She went to the kitchen and she sat on the parents' chairs, but they were too big. So she sat on the baby's chair and ate the baby's potato soup. Then she was full and heavy, so the chair broke.

She was so tired that she could not run, so she walked all the way to the bedroom and slept in the baby's bed.

Then the wolf's family came home, and they saw Goldilocks. They chased her home. Goldilocks never returned to the forest and the three wolves' house.

By Ezra

Once upon a time there was a kingdom and in that kingdom there was a wall. On the wall there was an egg called Dumpty Humpty. No matter how hard they tried the people could not get Dumpty to fall off the wall. One day Dumpty fell off the wall and all the King's horses and all the King's men put Dumpty together with glue.

By Shane

The Three Little Pigs

Once upon a time there were three little pigs who built a house on a mountain. One lazy pig built a house for himself. Then a fox came by.

He said, "I'll puff and I'll huff and I'll blow your house down". The house fell down.

Then a hungry pig made his house out of food. The fox came by and said, "I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down." So he did.

The smallest pig built his house with bricks. The fox came along and said, "I'll charge and I'll charge and I'll knock your house down."

But the fox tried and tried. The fox was not able to knock the house down.

The three little pigs were in the smallest pig's house. The three little pigs saw the fox going up a ladder to the roof so they made a fire in the fireplace. When the fox dropped down he fell into the fireplace. His body caught on fire. The fox went away and the little pigs lived happily ever after.

By Daniel

The Three Little Wolves

Once upon a time there were three wolves. One wold built his house with cloth. The next wolf built his house with leaves. The next wolf built his house with rocks.

One day a big bad pig came to the house made of cloth. He said, "OK WOLF COME OUT! or I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down!"

The wolf said, "NOT BY THE HAIR OF MY CHINY CHIN CHIN!"

So the pig huffed and puffed and blew the wolf's house down.

The wolf ran to the second wolf's house and hid there. They were scared.

The pig said, "Come out or I'll blow your house down."

The wolves said, "Not by the hair of my chiny chin chin."

The pig said, "Then I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down.

The two wolves went to the third house. The third house was made out of rocks.

The pig said, "Come out or I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down."

The wolves said, "Not by the hair of my chiny chin chin."

"Then I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down."

But when he did, the house was too strong. The wolves lived happily ever after.

By Erik

The Three Little Wolves

Once upon a time there were three little wolves. The wolves lived in the big cold mountains. The wolves got in a big argument and decided to live by themselves.

The first little wolf made his house of sticks. The big bad pig came by and said, "Give me something to eat or else I'll blow your house down."

The wolf snarled and said, "NO!" And the pig blew his house in.

The second wolf made his house of straw. The big bad pig came by and said, "Give me something to eat or else I'll blow your house down."

The wolf snarled and said, "NO!" And the pig blew his house in.

The third little wolf made his house of bricks. The big bad pig came by and said, "Give me something to eat or else I'll blow your house down."

The wolf snarled and said, "NO!" The pig blew, but the house didn't blow in.

The three wolves were safe in the brick house. The big bad pig ran away from the wolves that were hungry and wanted to eat him.

The three little wolves lived happily ever after in the brick house in the big cold mountains.

By Jonathan

Big Yellow Riding Hood

Once upon a time there was a lady named Big Yellow Riding Hood. She lived in a city called Los Angeles. One day Big Yellow Riding Hood went to see her grandpa. She baked some cookies to take to her grandpa.

On her way a lion ran into her and ate all of her cookies. Big Yellow Riding Hood was worried because the lion ate all the cookies.

She went back to her house but the lion caught her and ate her. She worried that she would never get out of the lion.

The lion's owner caught him and cut the lion open. Inside was Big Yellow Riding Hood.

Big Yellow Riding Hood asked, "Can I have some cookies?" He gave her the cookies.

She went to her grandpa's house and had a nice cup of tea with her grandpa.

By Jane

Goldilocks and the Three Mice

Once upon a time there was a mice family who lived in a lovely house in the woods. There was a great big papa mouse, a middle-sized mama mouse, and a wee baby mouse.

They each had a chair. One for papa mouse, one for middle-sized mama mouse and one for the wee baby mouse. Papa, mama and baby had a bed for themselves. That was just right size for each mouse.

The mice went for a walk to digest their breakfast. They lived deep in the forest. They left the door open on purpose because they thought no one would come in.

A girl named Goldilocks passed their lovely house. Goldilocks had been walking since early morning. She had not eaten any breakfast before she had left home. She smelled the three mice's breakfast, so she went inside and finished their breakfast. She fell asleep with her head down on the table.

When she awoke she saw the three mice. She was so scared that she ran away. The three mice lived happily ever after.

By Elin

Little Blue Riding Hood

Little Blue Riding Hood was making blueberry muffins. Little Blue Riding Hood said, "Grandpa would like some blueberry muffins."

So he took his bike and rode it to town where his Grandpa lived. But he did not know which path to take. So he took the left path and got lost in the forest. He did not know where he was, so he took the path behind him.

He went back home to his mom and said, "I don't know which way to Grandpa's house."

Then his Mom said, "I will give you a map so you will know which way it is to Grandpa's house."

Little Blue Riding Hood took the map and his bike. He followed the map. Five minutes later Little Blue Riding Hood found Grandpa's house. Grandpa loved the muffins very much, but Little Blue Riding Hood was very tired.

By Steven

The Two Little Rabbits

Once upon a time there were two rabbits. They thought it was time to make their own house. One of them made a house of stained glass. The last one made his of cement.

Along came a dog that said, "Come out wherever you are."

"Not by the hair of my tail," said the first rabbit.

"Then I will huff and puff and blow your house out," said the dog. And he did.

The first rabbit ran to the last rabbit's house. The dog came and said, "Come out wherever you are."

But they said, "Not by the hair of our tails."

He tried to knock down the door. They opened the door and the dog fell into their hot tea. He got out of the tea and ran off. The two rabbits lived happily ever after.

By Georgie

The Three Wolves and The Big Bad Pig

Once upon a time there were three wolves and a big bad pig. One day the three wolves went to the big bad pig's house to borrow pizza sauce. The big bad pig tried to trick the three wolves to stay for dinner. But the wolves got away.

The next day the big bad pig goes to the wolves' house. He want to eat them but the wolves had made their house out of sticks and the pig blew it down. It turned out that the wolves were not home.

The next day the wolves were home. They made a stronger house out of glass. The pig wasn't able to blow it down. So the three wolves were happy, and the pig went away.

By Armen

The Three Little Wolves

Once upon a time there were three wolves. One wolf built a house out of wood. Another wolf built a house out of straw. Another wolf built his house out of bricks. While they were working there was a mean pig wearing a blue sweatshirt, green shorts, and a black hat with a red stripe in the middle. The mean pig was on his way to the wolves' houses.

When the three wolves were done building their houses the mean pig went to the wooden house and said, "Little wolf, little wolf, let me in."

The wolf said, "No, not by the hair of my chiny chin chin.

Then the mean pig kicked the house down and the wolf ran away to the other house.

Then the pig went to the straw house. The mean pig said, "Let me in."

Then the wolf said, "No, not by the hair of my chiny chin chin."

Then the mean pig kicked the house down and the two wolves ran to the brick house. Then the mean pig went to the brick house.

The mean pig said, " Let me in."

Then the wolf said, "No, not by the hair of my chiny chin chin."

Then the mean pig kicked the wolf's house but the house did not go down and the pig hurt his toes.

The three wolves went out the door and beat him up. Then the mean pig ran away.

By Nathan

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