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This is a fun activity to compare/contrast the Big Bad Wolf character in the fairy tales, "Little Red Riding Hood" & "The Three Little Pigs". You can also use the Wanted Poster for any fairy tale villain you are readin
This is a fun activity to compare/contrast the Big Bad Wolf character in the fairy tales, "Little Red Riding Hood" and "The Three Little Pigs". The mini-anchor chart will help your students remember what compare and contrast mean. You can also use the Wanted Poster for any fairy tale villain you are
This resource is great (and fun) as a comprehension tool for any story featuring The Big, Bad Wolf. Or, use the Compare and Contrast chart and pair it with the True Story of the Big, Bad Wolf. The Crime? Blowing down houses, chasing down the pigs, etc. It's fun to see what the children come up wi
I used this as an enrichment activity with K-2 students. We were learning about character studies and read The True Story of the Three Little Pigs. Then, the students could either work independently or as a team to complete a "Wanted" poster for the wolf. Some believed him to be innocent, while oth
After reading The Three Little Pigs story to the class, use this Wanted Poster Template to allow students to engage with the text. Students can extend their knowledge of the text to complete this interactive activity.
Fairy tales or fractured fairy tales, this is a cute craft activity to make to enhance any unit on The Three Little Pigs, character traits, points of view and sequencing story events. Save when you buy this as part of a Fairy Tales Bundle (Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Little Red Riding Hood and
Fractured fairy tales or just plain fairy tales, this is a cute craft activity to make to enhance any unit on Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf, character traits, points of view and sequencing story events. Includes 5 different writing activities with suggestions, plus blank writing paper
Included in this unit:
2 Riddles to teach inferring: Three Little Pigs and B.B. Wolf
Guess the Covered Word
Can You Describe Me? (for each character)
Character Analysis (for each character)
Little Pig and B.B. Wolf (Is, Can, Has, Eats) Map
Story Elements Mural
Story Elements sh
Common Core Aligned
Picture books are a great resource for introducing writing topics. The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs, by Jon Scieszka, is one of my favorites to use for persuasive writing.
What if A. Wolf is innocent and only wanted a "...cup of sugar for his Granny's birthday cake?" Now you
Never Cry Wolf Study Guide contains vocabulary and questions arranged according to grouped chapters of the novel (1-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-11, 12-14, 15-18, 19-21, 22-24). Also included are the following titles: Essay Assignment, Concept Map, Wanted Poster, Making Connections, Book Cover, Getting Into a C
In this WANTED poster assignment, students describe the antagonist or villain in a fairy tale. Student directions are included. (Student directions are best utilized in grades 3 & up.) You may choose to print posters with a variety of infamous villains, or you may copy a blank “mugshot” option s
This unit study offers many wonderful activities to use while having students read the book, but the book is not included. These units are over 100 pages long and comes to you in a PDF format so you can print out the pages you want. The work can be done in a notebook as well.
There are between 6 an
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A Little Red Riding Hood PowerPoint file focusing on adjectives to describe the big, bad wolf! The first slide lets you drag and drop words from a word bank into non-editable text. The second lets you fully edit the text and add your own words. Perfect for the interactive whiteboard during teacher i
The Fairy Tales "Wanted" Poster is a fun language arts activity to go along with the popular fairy tale Little Red Riding Hood. It can be used during a fairy tale unit or just as a fun activity after reading the story. The students will make a creative poster describing the antagonist in the story.
This is a virtual copy of a wanted poster to use three character traits to describe the wolf in The Three Little Pigs. I also used this resource with the book, The Three Ninja Pigs by Corey Rosen Schwartz. This document has text boxes and is ready to be uploaded to Google Classroom. It can also
Phonics posters with words and pictures, perfect for any primary classroom!Are you looking for clear, precise and distraction-free phonics posters for the classroom? Here they are!Please read the description in it's entirety so you know exactly what posters/pictures you are getting before purchasing
Poster set for studying Peter and the Wolf instruments and story!Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf is a children's classic for the elementary music classroom. As you study this great masterpiece with your students, these posters can help your class remember the characters and their matching instrument.
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Ready to crank up the fun? This Peter and the Wolf | Printable Music Lesson Pack (PDF) includes a variety of lesson resources with hands-on fun to introduce your students to Prokofiev and one of his most popular works - Peter and the Wolf.
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