I love Paul Bunyan. Paul Bunyan was a mighty man; a mighty man was he.

Shaw Nielsen illustration and Minnesota folklore. Paul Bunyan and his blue Ox Babe. Once Paul dragged his ax behind him and it carved out the grand canyon.

Paul Bunyan is a giant lumberjack in American folklore.  His exploits revolve around the tall tales of his superhuman labors, and he is customarily accompanied by Babe the Blue Ox.  The character originated in the oral tradition of North American loggers and was later popularized by freelance writer William B. Laughead (1882–1958) in a 1916 promotional pamphlet for the Red River Lumber Company.

Paul bunyon- American folklore: a giant lumberjack that is accompanied by a giant blue ox named Babe.

Paul Bunyan and Babe Illustration by JAMES BERNARDIN

Paul Bunyan was a giant lumberjack who was generally depicted as working in the Midwest forest. Tall tales of Bunyan depicted his giant size and superhuman strength. Many tales features Bunyan with his blue ox, Babe.

Tall Tales: Paul Bunyan Worksheet

Tall Tales: Paul Bunyan

Introduce your young learner to the tall tale with these wacky coloring pages. While he's coloring, you might want to tell him a tall tale or two!

Day 22: I have really started to enjoy working in this style creating basic, solid geometric shapes to create the main forms, and then using...

bradwwoodard: “ Day I have really started to enjoy working in this style creating basic, solid geometric shapes to create the main forms, and then using dry brushes or charcoal pencils to do all.

Paul Bunyan Coloring Page Worksheet

Paul Bunyan Coloring Page

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Fairy Tales Paul Bunyan Print

Paul Bunyan: A Poem With Strategies for Building Fluency} - Printables

Use this poem to build recognition of phonics patterns and sight words. Highlight the repetition of patterns to help students easily recognize these larger word chunks useful in decoding longer words and in gaining fluency.

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