exercises

The Three Little Pigs

This guided lesson in the letters P, W and N will help kids to identify the letters, and also reinforces the sound that each letter makes. The classic story of The Three Little Pigs provides important context for learning these three letters, in addition to a fun, narrative environment in which to learn them. Don't miss out on the accompanying printables below.
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities.
The Three Little Pigs In the classic tale of the Three Little Pigs, the title characters set out to build their houses, then a big bad wolf comes to test the strength of each house. With highlighted, read-along words and lively narration, this interactive story helps introduce preschoolers to early literacy concepts, such as reading right to left and reading top to bottom.
Sequencing The Three Little Pigs In this picture comprehension game, students will try their hand at sequencing The Three Little Pigs. Introducing students to this classic tale can help to build the fiction comprehension skills that early readers need. Especially designed with preschoolers in mind, this game asks students to put the illustrations in the correct order.
Cuz-Cuz Fire When it comes to igniting your students’ passion for letter recognition, it is hard to top this amazing performance by the fire breathing Cuz-Cuz. Students of all ages will love watching his antics, and preschoolers especially will benefit from this hair-raising introduction to letters of the alphabet.
Alphabet Cloud Catcher: C, N, P, W

It's a magical flight into the sky with Tutu! As Tutu soars into an aerial educational adventure, your kid helps her catch uppercase letters by listening to the clues and clicking on the clouds. Correct answers turn clouds into rainbows; incorrect answers turn them into rain. Your kid's alphabet knowledge will help Tutu stay dry as she flies into the night sky!

Sorting Objects By Material Sort, sort, sort with this game that challenges kids to sort objects by material. Taking their cues from the Three Little Pigs, preschoolers will sort items made of straw into one backpack, sticks into another, and bricks into a third. Sharpening sorting and categorizing skills, this game is a great introduction to data and math.

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