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The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig - Community Reviews back

by Eugene Trivizas, Helen Oxenbury
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Mrs. McKee's Library
Mrs. McKee's Library rated it 2 years ago
Reading this book allows for the students to experience different versions of folktale stories. The book could be used in a 4th-6th grade classroom. You could have the students compare and contrast two different versions of the story. You could also have the students create a story that follows the ...
Eprice2
Eprice2 rated it 2 years ago
This book as a perfect book to include in a fairytale study of different versions of The Three Little Pigs. Although I would have no problem reading it to kindergarten or first grade, I would only do a fairytale study of different versions of one story with second through sixth grade. I say this bec...
missatchison
missatchison rated it 2 years ago
This book could be used in a 1-3rd grade classroom. The students could make a venn diagram and compare and contrast it to another book, like the true story of the three little pigs. This is a great activity to start off with for a compare and contrast activity. Students will enjoy it. The teacher an...
smileym4
smileym4 rated it 2 years ago
Fun to add to the compare and contrast lesson of the three little pigs. Intended audience is 2nd-4th grade.
Read the World
Read the World rated it 3 years ago
"The True Story of the Three Little Pigs" is the traditional story of "The Three Little Pigs" told from the perspective of the big bad wolf. I would use this in third through fifth grade as a part of a book study on "The Three Little Pigs". I would also use it to introduce perspective and how a stor...
Read the World
Read the World rated it 3 years ago
"The Three Little Wolves and The Big Bad Pig" is a parody of "The Three Little Pigs" told from the perspective of three little wolves trying to keep from being eaten by the big bad pig. I would use this in a third through fifth grade class as a part of a book study. I would have the students read "T...
My Bag of Tricks
My Bag of Tricks rated it 3 years ago
This text is a wonderful extension of the original three little pigs story. I would love to use this book, and others that are 'spin-offs' of classic literature to work on text comprehension, retelling, and predicting. I think it would be great, if possible, to use this type of book to introduce lit...
Bookshe
Bookshe rated it 3 years ago
This book is another twist to the book The Three Little Pigs. However, this book is about three wolves being followed by a big bad pig that just will not leave them alone. I really enjoyed reading this book. I would have this book in my classroom library for my students to joy read. I could also use...
rkelly1
rkelly1 rated it 3 years ago
The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig is a twist on the original version of The Three Little Pigs. The book portrays the wolves as victims and a pig as the villain. The story does not follow the original completely, and has an unexpected ending. This book is perfect for younger elementary and ...
Kallgood
Kallgood rated it 3 years ago
I believe I could use this book in my 3 rd grade class, Using the book to teach the student about plays and how to act out situations.
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