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Tonya Watson (Lail)
Tonya Watson (Lail) • 1 year ago

FREE!! After I read the story of the three little pigs, we discuss whose point of view the story is being told from. Then I read the story The True Story of the Three Pigs by Jon Scieszka. We discuss whose point of view the story is being told from. Attached I’ve included a letter format page. Students are encouraged to see the wolf’s point of view and to explain his side of the story. Students can use their imagination to use any explanation. Fun!

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