Three sixth graders--Vivian, Cristina, and Alexis--share their stories. Inwe first began accepting students samples from teachers anywhere who use this lesson.
Teach This Lesson Book Summary Although just about all of us think that we know the story of the three little pigs, in this comical picture book, A.
Wolf clears up some misunderstandings. Wolf, we simply have not heard his side of the story — until now. While we may believe that the wolf who visited the three little pigs huffed and puffed to blow the pigs' houses down, it turns out that he simply had a bad cold and had a powerful sneeze.
Who could blame him for eating the pigs that died when their houses fell as a result of his sneezing? Furthermore, the wolf was only visiting the pigs in the first place to borrow a cup of sugar to make a cake for his grandmother's birthday.
The pigs wouldn't even give him any sugar! When the third pig insulted his grandmother, A. Wolf "got a little crazy. Before reading The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs, ask for volunteers to tell the traditional story of the three little pigs. Let the volunteers take turns telling parts of the story.
Ask students to fold a piece of paper in half.
On one side of the paper, they should make a list of what parts of this story are different from the traditional story. On the other side of the paper, they should make a list of what parts of the story are the same.
Classroom Activities Point of View In this retelling of the three little pigs, the author changes the point of view of the story. Usually readers sympathize with the pigs.
|Crickweb | KS2 Literacy||The Three Little Pigs story is well known to most children, and it can be a valuable teaching tool even if the class already knows the story.|
Here, readers hear the wolf's side of the story. Ask students to write about whether or not they are convinced by the wolf's version of the story. Does he seem trustworthy?
Why or why not?
A Letter to A. Wolf Ask children to write a letter to A. Have them think about what more they would like to know about this wolf. What questions would they like to ask him about what happened to the pigs?
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5. Get our "Three Little Pigs vs. The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs" for only $4! This mini-unit compares and contrasts the classic version of the folktale, The Three Little Pigs, with the fractured fairy tale, The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs by Jon Scieszka (for the classic version, we used The Three Little Pigs by Maggie Moore, but most any classic version would suffice).
The Three Little Pigs: Printable Informational Writing Worksheets Print out the informational writing activities with paragraph transition words to get your children writing! Your child may choose to focus his or her own paragraphs on the themes within The Three Little .
Three little pigs set out on their own to build houses in this classic fairy tale but a big, bad wolf has other plans for them!
Boasting highlighted, read-along words, cheery illustrations and lively narration, this favorite story will keep kids enchanted from start to finish.
Three Little Pigs: Printable Writing Prompt Worksheets Print out the writing prompt activities with small sentence prompts to get your children writing! Your child may choose to focus his own story on the themes within The Three Little Pigs, or he may let his imagination run wild.
A hands on approach to teaching writing with the theme of the Three Little Pigs. Children are sent a letter from the Ministry of wolf spotting, Will find straw, sticks and bricks in the play ground and will receive a message from the wolf.