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Reading Safari: The World of Folklore

WordDefinition
fables Theses are animal stories that teach people how to behave.
legends These are real stories that are told about people as if they were true.
folk talkes There are traditional stories told about people or animals. They aften start with Once upon a time.
myths People told these stories to explain things that they did not understand.
how folklore began People tell their children stories. The children grow up and tell their own children the same stories.
fairy tales In these stories, the hero or heronine often leaves home and has an adventure. The stories always have a happy ending.
Created by: awhiteley