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Download the True Story of the Three Little Pigs: A Wolf's Perspective


I made a little set of Three Little Pigs printable figures that you can use to add a little extra fun and imagination into this activity. My youngest loved this. She played with her houses for a long time re-enacting the story with her little pigs and the wolf.




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Students might respond in the following ways: "I think the author's purpose was to persuade, because the wolf was telling his side of the story and trying to act innocent;" "I think the author was trying to inform us of the true story;" or "The author was entertaining us because the story is fictional and isn't real."


This coloring activity is meant to reinforce the recognition of colors and numbers. The picture itself is of the three little pigs. Upon coloring, it forces students to use colors and numbers to describe the pigs by saying "Pig 1 is pink" or "the straw is yellow".


In the story The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, the wolf sets out to tell his version of what really happened the day he blew all the houses down. The wolf claims that he is completely misunderstood. The wolf was just making his granny a birthday cake when he realized he did not have enough sugar. He went to ask his neighbors, the three pigs, to borrow a cup of sugar.


The wolf finds that he can go down the chimney and into the house made of bricks. BUT, the three little pigs are far too clever for the big bad wolf and they put a big cauldron of boiling water underneath the chimney. When the wolf slides down the chimney he lands straight in the boiling water, and that is the end of the big bad wolf! WHAT A GREAT ENDING!


The wolf tries to sneak in down the chimney. BUT, the three little pigs are far to clever, they quietly sneak out of the back door and run away from the big bad wolf once again! WHAT A GREAT ENDING!


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Reviewed by: The Wolf's Story: What Really Happened to Little Red Riding Hood Maggie Hommel Forward, Toby The Wolf's Story: What Really Happened to Little Red Riding Hood; illus. by Izhar Cohen. Candlewick, 2005 [32p] ISBN 0-7636-2785-2$15.99 Reviewed from galleys Ad 7-10 yrs In a story reminiscent of (if not as polished as) Scieszka and Smith's The True Story of the Three Little Pigs (BCCB 9/89), a wolf villain gets to tell his side of the story, this time in a wolf's-eye-view of "Little Red Riding Hood." Before the fateful "day it happened," as the wolf tells it, he worked as an innocent hired hand for Grandma, routinely overlooked by uppity Little Red. When an accident left Grandma unconscious, the wolf panicked, threw on one of her dresses, and greeted Little Red at the door. We know the rest of the story, except for the wolf's fleeing in Grandma's dress ("a wolf in a dress is an embarrassed wolf!") and his current search to find a new job with the audience ("Here's my card"). The watercolor and pencil illustrations build tension and humor by juxtaposing a fairly traditional wolf and Little Red with innovative and jarring perspectives (at one point Little Red is framed by the wolf's gaping mouth and razor-sharp teeth), but they suffer from stiff and unrefined draftsmanship that undercuts the visual impact. The direct address device sometimes makes the text choppy and unclear, especially in the abrupt opening, where little context is given about the wolf's identity or why he is addressing the viewer. Kids who are familiar with "Little Red Riding Hood," though, may nonetheless enjoy booing the bad wolf's attempt to make good and shiver as they view the more eerie scenes and the chopping off of the wolf's tail. Pair this with the Trina Schart Hyman-illustrated Little Red Riding Hood (BCCB 3/83) and let kids decide what really happened.


In this beautifully illustrated story, a young boy named Nikolai searches for the answers to three questions in his quest to become a better person. He consults his friends and a wise old turtle. In the story, Nikolai is led to find the answers within himself. Students examine the events in the story to discover how Nikolai's questions were answered. Ethical consideration - thinking of others


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