Classroom Freebies: The Big, Bad Blow-dryer Freebie! This is a must have activity if you are teaching with 3 Little Pig books!

Classroom Freebies: The Big, Bad Blow-dryer Freebie! This is a must have activity if you are teaching with 3 Little Pig books!

3 Little Pigs activities

3 Little Pigs activities

The Three Little Pigs Finger Puppets. Great storytelling opportunity. Builds literacy skills, good for retelling

The Three Little Pigs Finger Puppets. Great storytelling opportunity. Builds literacy skills, good for retelling

Mrs. Wood's Kindergarten Class: Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Mrs. Wood's Kindergarten Class: Goldilocks and the Three Bears

I'll Huff and I'll Puff! Three Pigs Story Telling activities l Fairy Dust Teaching l http://fairydustteaching.com/2011/10/ill-huff-and-ill-puff-and

I'll Huff and I'll Puff! Three Pigs Story Telling activities l Fairy Dust Teaching l http://fairydustteaching.com/2011/10/ill-huff-and-ill-puff-and

3 Little Pigs Activities and FREEBIES!

3 Little Pigs Activities and FREEBIES!

3 little pigs - students blow on different objects and measure how far they went

3 little pigs - students blow on different objects and measure how far they went

The Three Little Pigs and The Big Bad Pig - Great, interactive activity to use after reading the story! {Perfect for actively engaged students!}

The Three Little Pigs and The Big Bad Pig - Great, interactive activity to use after reading the story! {Perfect for actively engaged students!}

JCYS Northwest Family Center was doing a theme based on fairy tales, and created this project for The Three Little Pigs.  Our teacher, Lynda, gave each child three graham crackers for each of the pigs’ houses and put melted chocolate on each cracker.  Chow mein noodles were used for the first little pig’s straw  house, pretzel sticks for the second little pig’s house of sticks, and two pieces of a chocolate bar for the third little pigs brick house. The children had a blast!

JCYS Northwest Family Center was doing a theme based on fairy tales, and created this project for The Three Little Pigs. Our teacher, Lynda, gave each child three graham crackers for each of the pigs’ houses and put melted chocolate on each cracker. Chow mein noodles were used for the first little pig’s straw house, pretzel sticks for the second little pig’s house of sticks, and two pieces of a chocolate bar for the third little pigs brick house. The children had a blast!

Three Little Pigs build a house activity using straws, pencils, and tiles.

Three Little Pigs build a house activity using straws, pencils, and tiles.

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