The Three Little Pigs

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    There once lived a happy family of pigs.  There was a mother and her three sons. Every thing was fine until the little pigs grew bigger.  So mother asked her sons to find their own home.  Well the little pigs went out on their own to find a place suited for a home.  The three little pigs came to a cross in the road and decided to go separate ways. 
   
    The first little pig passed by a truck full of straw.  He asked the farmer if he could have some straw to build his home.  So the farmer gave him some straw and he went off and built his home of straw. 

    The second little pig passed by a man that had some sticks.  He asked if he could have some sticks to build his home.  He got some and built his home of sticks. 

    The third and last little pig passed by a man with bricks and asked if he could have some to build a house.  He set off with his bricks and built his home of bricks.

    Now all along there was a wolf hiding in the woods.  He watched as each pig built their houses.  When he got hungry he went to the first little pigs home.

    He said "little pig, little pig, let me come in!" The little pig said "not by the hair of by chinny chin chin."  So the wolf said "then I'll huff and puff and blow your house in!"  So he puffed and blew the house in and that was the end of the first little pig.

    When he got hungry again he set off for the second little pigs home.  The wolf said "
little pig, little pig, let me come in!" The little pig said "not by the hair of by chinny chin chin."  So the wolf said "then I'll huff and puff and blow your house in!"  So he puffed and blew the house in and that was the end of the second little pig.

   
When he got hungry again he set off for the second little pigs home.  The wolf said "little pig, little pig, let me come in!" The little pig said "not by the hair of by chinny chin chin." So the wolf said " then I'll huff and puff and blow your house in." So he huffed and puffed and huffed and puffed but couldn't blow the house in. 

    He went down the chimney and fell in hot water and that was the end of the wolf.
Critical Thinking Questions
                                              1. Why didn't the first two little pigs listen to the third little pig?
                                               2. If you were the first two little pigs what would you have done?
                              3. What did you think about the wolf?


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