Room 8 Engage And Have Fun With The Three Little Pigs
When the three little pigs set off to build new houses, the first little pig chooses to make a house out of straw. The second little pig makes a wood house, and the third little pig uses bricks. But which house will keep them safe from the big bad wolf?
What have we learned from this story?
Hard work pays off – the primary moral lesson learned from “The Three Little Pigs” is that hard work and dedication pay off. Also, working together is far better than working alone.
Our pupils have been introduced to story plays before and always enjoy them.
The story plays use props and characters to retell a story. If you are looking for a new way to tell a story, this form of storytelling is magical for kids.
Room 8 has had so much fun building houses just like the pigs. These 3 Little pig houses have been used for sequencing and discussing elements of the story.
“I’m a Little Piggy” is set to the tune of “I’m a Little Teapot.” The song was sung during our Book study sessions, and it has a related literacy activity. Also, it encouraged the kids to stand and act the song out as they sang.
“I’m a Little Piggy”
I’m a little piggy
Short and pink.
Here is my belly, and here is my snout.
When I get hungry
Hear me oink.
Tip the pail and pour it out.