It's Not Just Fairy Dust Fluff: You've Come a Long Way Baby.
Primary Integrated Interdisciplinary Thematic Unit on Cinderella and Beyond Students will learn that a fairy tale is a form of literature that teaches a life lesson. Fair tales are important in many cultures and are stories that are told from generation to generation as part of an oral tradition. Thus, they are cross-cultural. Fairy Tales often teach a lesson or moral, so they may also reflect the values and beliefs of the cultures they come from. Fairy Tales influence modern life.