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Three Little Pigs Sequencing – Printable Story Cards

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Does your child understand “what comes first” in things? These Three Little Pigs Sequencing are printable story cards that are fun and educational. 

Paired with the classic 3 Little Pigs Story, these free 3 little pigs printables will help your preschooler understand sequencing. Simplify “what comes first” understanding in a fun way!

Using the ever-popular 3 little pigs, help your child learn about story sequencing with this activity pack. And this is one printable that you’ll print once and they’ll love to use it over and over again.

three little pigs sequencing

Simply click on the link below to get your free activities printable and let the pigs’ fairy tales story become a fun way to make sense of the correct order of things!

And this is more than just turning a book into some random pigs activities. This is about building a brick house of understanding that your kiddos can come back to again and again as they grow and develop.

What is in this Three Little Pigs Sequencing printable?

The short answer? Cute cutouts of wolfs and houses and the three little pigs! These printables are wonderful in the way that they encourage early learners and preschoolers to use their imagination to create.

If you’re looking for a great way for them to use their imagination while working on their storytelling skills, these free printables are a great way to make it happen.

What it includes:

This sequencing printable includes a Three Little Pigs Activity Book, and pigs, wolves, and houses the can be colored and cut out.

There are several printable pages that is certain to provide creative play for the kids. Your child will find that this printable is fun and engaging!

3 little pigs printables

Fun ways to use this printable:

The great thing about using learning printables is that they’re so easy to use in multiple ways. As you can see below, these printables really do have a wide variety of uses.

Create puppets for creative play

Pig puppets are the best! Just grab some popsicle sticks and your child will be able to make their very own puppets to use and play with, each and every day.

Even if you don’t have popsicle sicks, put some tape on their fingers and make homemade finger puppets as well.

Imagination storytime

Are you used to telling your child a story? Let them take over and tell you a story instead. They can use the storybook or the puppets and create quite a fun tale about these adorable little pigs.

Sit down and be their audience during this time. Let them be as animated and creative as they want to really showcase their storytelling skills.

Create and mail to family and friends

We love to repurpose and reuse things in our house and these printables offer that option to happen. If the kids print out and color and use these printables, they can then easily pass them along to someone else to use as well!

printable story cards for the three little pigs

More Printable Sequencing Packets:

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Saturday 11th of January 2014

This is a fun and adorable idea. Role playing the 3 Little Pigs with my kids would be hilarious and they would develop story telling skills!

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maryanne @ mama smiles

Friday 10th of January 2014

Very cute printables! Thanks for sharing with the afterschool linky :)

Christine Clark

Wednesday 18th of September 2013

Thanks for the ideas! Love it!

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