These visuals can be used in a variety of ways to complement the story of the Three Billy Goats Gruff. They can be cut out and put on popsicle sticks to be used as puppets (or you can cut out the eyes to create masks) and used to have children retell or act out the story.
As a Speech-Language Pathologist, I also use them to help teach the use of appropriate volume, rate of speech, and pitch. I have the small goat model a fast, high-pitched, and/or quiet voice, the medium goat model an ideal voice, and the large goal model a slow and/or loud voice. Then, I have children practice using all three of these voices to increase their awareness of these areas of speech, and work toward having them use their “medium” voice (ideal volume, pitch, rate) in activities and conversation. (This idea came from one of my wonderful SLP colleagues.)