Story Time-Children’s stories -Story Time for Kids-Fairy Tales-The Three Little Pigs (3 little pigs). Traditional tales, nursery rhymes, fairy tales and popular stories read by Aaron.
When it comes to the stories that parents tell to their kids, there are millions of them, because some parents might even use the old stories that they were told when they were once kids themselves and there are those who depend on the new ones which they hear about these days.
The Three Little Pigs is one of the stories told to the kids at different times of the day and for different reasons; it could be a bedtime story, a story they are watching on the television in the middle of the day and it could be a story they are reading anytime during the day as well.
The story of “The Three Little Pigs” is about the three pigs that decided to build their own houses and every single one of them chose the materials from which the house will be built. The first pig built the house out of straw, the second built his house out of sticks, and the third pig built his house out of bricks.
After the pigs finished building their homes, the big bad wolf appeared at their doors and started asking every single one of them to let him in, the first pig refused and thus the wolf blew off his house, the second also refused and also the wolf blew his house, the third refused but the wolf failed to blow his house because it was made of bricks and when he tried to sneak into the house from the chimney, he fell into the open fire and that was his end.
The stories parents choose to tell their kids should always carry a meaning behind them or even a message and parents should even ask the kids what they believe is the message behind the story they have just shared with them.
In the “Three Little Pigs” story, the message is telling the kids that giving all that they have and making some effort in something they want instead of being lazy and choosing the easiest road will always bring them the needed results in the end, but being lazy and not doing all that they can eventually bring them some problems to face, which was the case with the two pigs who chose the easy ways of building their homes, unlike the third pig who took the hard road and built his home from bricks and was the only one to face and get rid of the wolf.
There are other bedtime stories which we have on our channel – you could choose to make them stories that you tell the kids during the day or let them watch them themselves. These stories include: The Three Billy Goats Gruff, Rapunzel, The Gingerbread Man, Little Red Hen and of course there are lots of other stories which parents might already know about from their childhood times.
Talking about stories for kids, there are things to be kept in mind to make it all sound interesting to them. First of all, when parents are telling their kids a story, they should choose the right sound and change their tone to make it sound more exciting and thrilling when needed also the tone should be changed if there are several characters in the story.
The second thing when it comes to stories is having a couple of questions at the end of it all to ask the kids and see how much they understood the story and how much they were paying attention to what is being said in it – of course, this should not happen if it is a bedtime story because kids might be losing half of their concentration because they are getting into the mood of sleeping. The third thing about stories is that they help in teaching kids, whether to read, write or spell the letters that they come across, so they end up being helpful in the end as well.
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