I made these piggies and a bad wolf for you to use along with your story telling.
This is a great after-story activity, the children really love to colour them in and re-inact the story! Perfect for teaching English as a second language to pre-schoolers and kindergarten. Older kids also enjoy it!
Cut out the pigs and the wolf, and cut out the circles to put your fingers through like they are little legs. (If you want to use them yourself, teacher or parent, you need to make the holes bigger, the holes are the right size for small hands.)
I usually use them for pantomine and build the set out of paper for the straw houses, so you can blow it down, sticks from outside or 'Kapla' wooden blocks for the wooden house and then Duplo for the sturdy brick house at the end..
You can read the story in circle, or ask the children to read it a page at a time, if they can read, and give them this after. If they cannot yet, you can make the set and prepare these puppets. Make the three houses for the pigs out of things in the classroom or toy box, and show them the story. International children are often familiar with this story in their native language so enjoy seeing it acted out in English. After, you can ask them to make a show for you! Using their best English, of course!
Alternatively, you can cut these out and have some of your little buddies prepare them for you, and then tell the story. There are many options!