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by Elizabeth Ross, ROFry
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Eprice2 rated it 5 years ago
When using the original story of The Three Little Pigs, I would use it for second to sixth graders to complete a fairytale study. For this particular study with this book I would have my students read different versions of this story, then compare and contrast each of the different versions. I would...
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Mrs. Lovett's Top Picks rated it 5 years ago
This is a classic book that so many lessons can stem from! One idea would be comparing it to all of the other stories about the three little pigs. For each story, you can create your own book summarizing the story and recording the setting, characters and plot along with a picture. After doing a few...
smileym4 rated it 5 years ago
This book can be used to do the comparing and contrasting with the book The True Story of The Three Little Pigs activity. This book would be read first, the the trust story after. They would complete a compare/contrast chart. This is a fun lesson! Intended for 2nd-4th grade.
adriennekrogers rated it 5 years ago
Three little pigs build their own house. Each pig uses different material to build their house and a big bad wolf attempts to blow their houses down. He successfully blows down the first two houses but the third house unsuccessfully. Compare and contrast this book and "The Three Little Fish and the ...
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My Favorite Children's Books rated it 5 years ago
The Three Little Pigs story is about three little pigs that are building houses for safety from the big bad wolf. One little pig built his house out of bricks and the big bad wolf was not able to conquer. This story would be great for lower elementary grades. A fun activity that relates to this stor...
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