We love fairy tales! Over the years, we have learned that our kids often do not know the traditional fairy tales. We hope you and your students will enjoy learning all about fairy tales. We are concentrating on traditional fairy tales. Sometimes, we will throw in a popular remake or fractured fairy tale ideas. However, our focus is on teaching traditional fairy tale versions and adaptations.
We have created a unit about The Three Little Pigs story.
We hope you enjoy these Three Little Pigs story activities.
Included in this unit:
Book List of Suggested Readings
Three Little Pigs Word Bank (color and b/w version)
Three Little Pigs Sentences
Three Little Pigs Fairy Tale Elements printable
Vocabulary Cards (color and b/w version) for Write the Room activity or can be used as retelling cards. Write the Room recording sheet is part of this unit.
4 Graphic Organizers: pig 1, pig 2, pig 3 and wolf
4 Label It Activity Pages: straw house, stick house, brick house and wolf
Little Pigs Chatter: students define boil, bricks, kettle and straw
Wolf Chatter: students define blow, chimney, huff and tired
The Wolf’s Point of View Letter Writing template
The Tough Questions for the Three Little Pigs printable pages
Mama’s Wolf Stew Recipe: students write the ingredients and directions
Three Little Pigs ABC Order printable: students alphabetize words
Three Little Pigs Scramble: students unscramble letters to make words associated with the story
What’s Inside My House?: students list or draw items found in house of pig 1, pig 2, pig 3 and wolf
The Three Little Pigs Talk: Students take the pigs’ point of view to list a few of their favorite things.
The Big Bad Wolf Talks: Students take the wolf’s point of view to list a few of his favorite things.
A great companion to this lesson is:
Pigs: Facts and Opinions
If you love fairy tales as much as we do, take a look at:
A Unit Inspired by Snow White
A Unit Inspired by Goldilocks and the 3 Bears
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