Imagination developed through art can help children see the possibilities of real-life events and situations. Through art, children can be prepared for scientific thinking. This study claims that using fairy tales in children's education can help them envision possibilities because a fairy tale has a structure that helps bring order to the real world. This study aims to show that through fairy tales, the explanations brought by scientists to the concepts of chaos and entropy have the same functions and characteristics as the work of the human imagination. Explaining fairy tales through mathematics and physics concepts can create a versatile perspective. This perspective does not aim to explain science using fairy tales, but rather to illustrate fairy tales using science. As a result, fairy tales can be used as part of education to prepare children to think systematically. To prove this assertion, the concepts of entropy used in physics and fractals used in mathematics will be employed to explain fairy tales. The application of these concepts in fairy tales shows that they can be used to teach systematic thinking. This study may lead to new methods for using literary works in education and new ways of applying scientific discoveries to better understand the world around us.