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# Three Little Pigs Literacy & Math Bundle - 10 Activities Total

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Three Little Pigs, fairy-tales, math, literacy, pocket chart numbers, Patterns, I have Who Has, Emergent Reader, vocabulary, Numbers, Alphabet, Syllables

SAVE MONEY by purchasing all of my Three Little Pigs products together!!! This bundle saves you \$10 in comparison to buying all of the activities separately.

1) Three Little Pigs Number Count, Trace, & Write (2 Pages)

Students count the number of objects in each square. Then they trace the written number word, cut it out, and paste it under the objects in the left box. Next to the pasted number word, they write the word on their own in the right box. This activity counts objects up to ten. It's a great addition to your Three Little Pigs unit and a great beginning of the year counting activity or a review for later on.

Helps meet:
CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.B.4 Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.B.4a When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.
CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.B.4b Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.
CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.B.4c Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.
CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.B.5 Count to answer “how many?” questions about as many as 20 things arranged in a line, a rectangular array, or a circle, or as many as 10 things in a scattered configuration; given a number from 1–20, count out that many objects.

2) Three Little Pigs "Who do you like?..." Emergent Reader Book - 11 pages

Students will LOVE their very own Kindergarten Three Little Pigs Sight Words book. This book is 11 pages long and practices reading the words I, like, and the.

On the first two pages, students will trace the gray-scale word "like" and on the rest of the pages they will write the word "like" on their own.

3) Three Little Pigs Vocabulary Building Activities

Students will LOVE practicing vocab from the Three Little Pigs story with these adorable activities!

The first activity is a set of black and white cut and paste sheets. Students use the dotted lines to cut out the vocab word, and then paste it back into the squares under the picture.

The second activity is a set of vocab building cards in color. You can cut and laminate the letters for each card so that students can place them in the correct squares to build the corresponding vocabulary word.

4) Three Little Pigs Numbers 1-100 AAB Pattern Pocket Chart Numbers

Directions:
Thank you for buying my Three Little PIgs Pocket Chart Number! Cut these AAB patterned squares out and laminate them. Use them in your pocket chart in numerous ways! You can use them for calendar time. You can pull out the appropriate numbers for counting by tens or fives. Pull out evens or odds. Use them for addition and subtraction problems and more! Whatever you decide, kids are sure to love manipulating these adorable Cinderella themed numbers!

5) Syllable Word Sort Activity

Contents: 45 Picture/Word Cards & 4 boards

Directions:

Print out the cards on durable cardstock. Cut out and laminate for added strength. Cut the syllable boards in half on the gray dotted line. Staple a sandwich sized baggie so that it hangs off of the bottom of the card. Mix up the cards and have students sort them into the correct baggie.

6) Three Little Pigs Graphing Activity

Directions:
Print out multiple copies of the colored pig chart. Place a random amount of the various colors into a baggie. Give to students. Let them sort out the colors and graph what they have.

7) I have....who has....? Activity/Game

These I Have...Who Has....Alphabet Game Cards are a perfect addition to your fairy tales or Three Little Pig themed unit. There are 27 playing cards.

Directions:

Print out the cards on durable cardstock. Cut out and laminate for added strength. Have the kids sit in a circle facing each other. Randomly hand out the cards. Ask who has the first card. (It is labeled.) That person starts by asking what is on their card.
And so it continues until you reach the last card.

8) Three Little Pigs Leveled Number Tracing Mazes

Help the wolf find each house by tracing the numbers in sequential order! The first level has slightly larger numbers and traces 1-10. The next level traces 1-15, and the last level traces nubmers 1-20. Can be used as printables or activity mats. Laminate and use dry/erase markers or put them in a plastic sleeve.

9) Three Little Pigs Alphabet Tracing Mazes

Directions: Print out the pages and have students help the wolf find each house by tracing the alphabet in order. There are three different mazes. Use these mazes as printables, or laminate and use with dry/erase markers for a fast finisher or center activity.

10) Three Little Pigs Posters and Corresponding Writing Activity

There are 11 Three Little Pigs related word posters in this download. They include the following words:

-princess
-pigs
-house (3 times...one for each type of house)
-wolf
-hay
-sticks
-brick
-fire
-wind
-pot

Hang these up during your 3 Little Pigs unit. There are two corresponding writing sheets so that students can practice writing these words as well. Use this in any way you want! Copy front back so that students don't have to juggle multiple papers. Print out posters on card-stock and laminate them to help preserve the quality. After using the writing activity, leave the posters up to decorate!

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