Fairytales in Minecraft

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We had plans do another Minecraft lesson but quickly found this mod and I thought it was perfect for a long lesson, especially after we had a rough night of barely no sleep and an even more aggravating morning trying to get logged in to a Doctor’s portal with 0 response from their technical support or the Doctor and his staff. Mommy just needed to chill and have coffee. However, this is another great ELA lesson for kids.

So I found this awesome Fairy Tale Land that has these stories and things to find.

Puss in Boots

  • Puss in Boots
  • The Miller’s House

Jack and Jill

  • Jack and Jill’s Well

Beauty and the Beast

  • Belle’s House
  • Lumiere
  • Cogsworth
  • Plumette
  • Mrs. Potts
  • Chip
  • Madame de Garderobe
  • Cadenza
  • Rose


  • The Bear’s Cottage

The Baker and his Wife (from Into the Woods)

  • The Bakery

Snow White and the Seven Dwarves

  • Snow White’s Wishing Well
  • Magic Mirror on the Wall
  • The Dwarves Cottage
  • The Dwarves Mineshaft
  • Snow White’s Glass Coffin


  • The Miller’s House
  • The Dungeon with the Spindle Wheel

Little red Riding Hood

  • Little Red Riding House
  • Granny’s House

Jack and the Beanstalk

  • Jack’s House
  • The Beanstalk
  • The Giant’s Castle

Alice in Wonderland

  • The Rabbit Hole
  • The White Rabbit’s House
  • The Mad Hatter’s House
  • Cheshire Cat

The Princess and the Pea

  • The Bed with 20 Mattresses

Hansel and Gretel

  • Hansel and Gretel’s House
  • The Spot they’re step mother left them
  • The Gingerbread House

The Three little pigs

  • The Three Little Pig’s Old House
  • The Straw House
  • The House made of Wood
  • The House made of Bricks


  • Gepetto’s Workshop


  • Cinderella’s Step Mother’s Mansion
  • Cinderella’s Mother’s Grave at the Willow Tree
  • One of the Glass Slippers at theSteps of the Castle


  • The Witches House
  • Rapunzels Tower

Humpty Dumpty

  • Humpty Dumpty sat on his wall

The Old Woman who lived in a Shoe

  • Shoe House

Wizard of Oz

  • The Tinman
  • The Scarecrow


  • The Sword in the Stone

Sleeping Beauty

Here is a video of us on his Minecraft Channel. We will have a lot more videos up shortly.

We added on a lot to this lesson, or plan to with more compare and contrasts, movie nights and breaking down the stories. First we went to the library to grab these books. There was a lot more but check out our posts for more information. I like to grab 2-3 versions of what I can find but I did have a bunch that we already owned, and our library is limited.

The Sword in the Stone (Disney) (Little Golden Book) by Carl Memling

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum 

The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe by Lynn Salem

The Princess and the Pea by Kolanovic Dubravaka

Humpty Dumpty by Josie Stewart

Cinderella by Sarah L. Thomson

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by RH Disney

Bedtime Stories: Little Red Riding Hood & Puss in Boots by Charles Perrault

Two classic fairy tales, Puss in Boots and Little Red Riding Hood, by Charles Perrault with color illustrations by Walter Crane

Sleeping Beauty by Michael Teitelbaum

With the help of three good fairies, Princess Aurora grows up safe and protected from the evil Maleficent. But everything changes when she meets Prince Phillip and falls in love

Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi

The old wood-carver Geppetto decides to make a wonderful puppet which can dance and turn somersaults, but by chance he chooses an unusual piece of wood – and the finished puppet can talk and misbehave like the liveliest child. But Pinocchio is brave and inquisitive as well as naughty, and after some hair-raising adventures, he earns his heart’s desire.

Jack and Jill by Lynn Salem

Jill goes back up the hill to fetch all the items she needs to surprise Jack with a get-well snack. Read the traditional nursery rhyme on the first page and then read the related story that follows.

The True Story of the Three Little Pigs by Jon Sciezka

You thought you knew the story of the “The Three Little Pigs”… You thought wrong.

The Beauty and the Beast by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villenueve

MinaLima, the award-winning design studio behind the graphics for the Harry Potter film franchise and the creators of the illustrated Jungle Book and Peter Pan, reimagine the beloved French fairy tale The Beauty and the Beast in this deluxe unabridged edition illustrated with stunning full-color artwork and nine 3-D interactive features—published to coincide with the release of the blockbuster Disney live-action musical film starring Emma Watson, Ian McKellen, Josh Gad, Ewan McGregor, and Emma Thompson.

Generations of readers have been bewitched by the epic love story of a beautiful young girl imprisoned in the magical castle of a monstrous beast. Now, the classic fairy tale is brought to life in this spectacular illustrated edition as originally envisioned by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve in 1740.

Goldilocks and the Three Bears by James Marshall

“What a sweet child,” says a newcomer in town about Goldilocks. “That’s what you think,” a neighbor replies. For Goldilocks is one of those naughty little girls who does exactly as she pleases, even if that means sampling the three bears’ porridge, breaking Baby Bear’s chair, and sleeping in his bed. James Marshall’s offbeat and inventive telling of this familiar tale will enchant readers, young and old.”A delightfully irreverent retelling of an old favorite is illustrated with delicious humor and contemporary touches.” —Booklist, starred review

On top of reading, we plan on watching Goldie and Bear on Disney Plus. It is a show that combines all fairy tales into one world.

We also like building in these mods so I found a list of fairy tales he knows to create homes for these characters as well. We read the stories and broke down the stories before we got to building.

  • The Emperor’s New Groove
  • Billy Goat Gruff
  • The Ugly Duckling
  • The Little mermaid
  • Elves and the Shoemaker
  • The Snow Queen
  • The Golden touch of King Midas
  • The Frog Prince
  • Thumbelina

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