The Princess and The Lost Bracelet

The Princess and The Lost Bracelet

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Storyboard Description

Princess Anna loses her most favorite bracelet but the realizes she just misplaced it and feels ashamed that she was blaming others for her mistakes.

Storyboard Text

  • I love my new bracelet so much!
  • The Princess's Bracelet
  • Nap Time
  • I am a bit tired I think I am going to take a nap.
  • The Bracelet Is Missing
  • Goodmorn- Oh my goodness my bracelet is gone! Someone must have stolen it! We need to alert the entire kingdom!
  • This introduces the princess and the setting, a medieval castle.  This also tells the audience that the princess just got a new bracelet that she likes very much. 
  • It Was Never Actually Missing
  • Oh thank goodness it's right here under the blanket,,,
  • This slide shows the rising action of the folk tale because it sets up what needs to happen in order for the conflict to take place. The conflict will be the climax of the story.
  • Wrongful Assumptions
  • I can't believe I just assumed someone stole it, I need to take more responsibility for my own actions...
  • This is the climax and conflict of the folk tale. The princess loses her beloved new bracelet and automatically assumes it is not her fault and blames a "thief".
  • Life Lessons
  • Goodnight Grandma!
  • The end! Goodnight Lucas,
  • This is the solution to the princess's problem of the lost bracelet. This also shows the audience that the princess's assumption of the bracelet being stolen was wrong.
  • This is the conclusion of the princess folktale where she realizes that she was in the wrong for assuming someone stole the bracelet instead of taking responsibility for losing the bracelet.
  • This slide is a grandma telling her grandson this story so she can teach him to be responsible and to make assumptions based on facts. 
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