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We will begin our class by predicting what will happen in the story The Three Little Pigs, and then we will listen to the story. Next, we will discuss the story events and children will each have a part in re-telling the story. After the reenactment, we will use different items your child brings to class (such as sugar cubes, sticks, rocks, Q-tips, cotton balls, small blocks, etc.) to build a house for the pigs. We will all try to blow the house down to see if it can hold up to The Big Bad...
This class is taught in English.
Students will improve the following skills that are important in preparation for kindergarten: listening, re-telling, reading, letter & word recognition, critical thinking, prediction, and outcomes.
Supplies needed: paper plate and crayons or markers (to make their character for re-telling the story), and items to build a house for the pigs. These items are part of an experiment so they can be anything age-appropriate such as blocks, Q-tips, sugar cubes, cotton balls, etc.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Part of this story is about The Big Bad Wolf. He blows down the houses of the pigs and ends up captured in the end. This will not follow the traditional ending, however, he will end up in the fireplace (but he safely escapes!).
Our lesson is based on an adaptation of the story The Three Little Pigs fable by James Halliwell-Phillipps.
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I teach virtual preschool for ages 3-5 and leadership courses for early childhood educators. I have a BA in Early Childhood Education Administration and have been working in the preschool field for 17 years. I have a passion to support...