An Architectural, Construction Center Challenge featuring three different building mediums inspired by this fun version of The Three Little Pigs, An Architectural Tale. The latest activity in my Architecture and Engineering for Kids - a STEM series for preschool
Three Little Pigs Architectural Challenge ⋆ Playground Parkbench
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!
Folktales This is my favorite chart. I love my 3 little pigs and how we all decide to have them each be a different part of the lesson. We will culminate this lesson with "The True Story of the Three Little Pigs..." by Jon Scieszka.
The Three Little Pigs is a classic fairy tale. This thematic unit includes a wide variety of Common Core LA skills: characters, sequencing, cause and effect, asking sentences, telling sentences, opposites/ synonyms, and rhyming words. Hope you like it!