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Three Little Pigs

The well-known story of the hungry wolf who tries to blow down the Little Pigs house so he can have them for his tea. Our masks and stick puppets are ideal visual aids when re-enacting the story. We also have a three little pigs interactive game which you may find useful.

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3 Little Pigs Interactive Story


3 Little Pigs Spot the Difference

Bottle Bowling Pigs

Bottle Bowling Pigs – Three Little Pigs Activity

Cotton Bud Pig

Cotton Bud Pig – Three Little Pigs Activity

Hiding bricks three little pigs game

Hiding Bricks – Three Little Pigs Activity

Building activity three little pigs

Let’s Build It! – Three Little Pigs Activity

Three Little Pigs cupcakes

Pig Cupcakes – Three Little Pigs Activity

Pin the tail on the pig

Pin the Tail on the Pig – Three Little Pigs Activity

Three Little Pigs Editable Labels

Three Little Pigs Role-Play Masks

Three Little Pigs song

Three Little Pigs Song

Three Little Pigs Stick Puppets


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