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The Three Little Pigs StoryTelling Craft with Recycled CDs

Storytelling is so much fun when we bring it alive. It can be as simple as voice modulation. Or may be a little more effort of making some props- easy and colourful. The best thing is when you make these props with your kids they will begin to own the story and the characters.

                                            So when we picked The Three Little Pigs for the story-telling session this week, we raided our CD cupboard

So when we picked The Three Little Pigs for the story-telling session this week, we raided our CD cupboard and look at what we created. If you like it follow the instructions below to make your own. And if you like our storytelling video, don’t forget to subscribe to our youtube channel for more.

So when we picked The Three Little Pigs for the story-telling session this week, we raided our CD cupboard

Benefits of storytelling craft for kids-
Boosts oral language proficiency
Improves listening skills
Fuels imagination
Helps sharpen the memories
Encourages comprehension skills

What you need to make our Three Little Pigs props Storytelling Craft with Recycled CDs: 
4 CDs
Buttons
Chart paper
Crayons
Fevicol
Pieces of puzzles
A pair of scissors

So when we picked The Three Little Pigs for the story-telling session this week, we raided our CD cupboard


Steps-

1. For the wolf, cut out ears and the mane from a chart paper and colour them grey.
2. Cut one side of the CD into a V shape for the Wolf-face.
3. For making the three pigs, cut three pairs of pig-ears and their noses from a pink chart paper. We used yellow for fun and then gave the three pigs different colours, patterns and even moustaches.
4. Now just paste the ears, eyes and nose on the respective CDs- to make three Pigs and the wolf. Remember to use the CD with the V cut for the wolf.
5. Your props for The Three Little Pigs storytelling fun is ready.


Tips- additionally you can also make houses for the three Pigs with Tetra Pak cartons and turn this into a puppet-show.

Here is how we used it in our storytelling session of Three Little Pigs 


Don’t forget to subscribe to the YouTube channel of KetchupMoms for more fun sessions and prop making tutorials. And if you are looking for some book reviews check out The Rain School and The Secret River- inspiring stories from Africa.

Comments (6)

Amanda “miss Panda” Hsiung-blodgett Posted on Feb 05, 2018

What a fun reading! We really enjoyed it. Your big bad wolf is really well-designed. Love it!!

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Ishieta Posted on Feb 01, 2018

I love the ease and simplicity of creating this, and the stories we can tell are endless! good idea to do over the weekend with my neice.

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Amrita Basu (misra) Posted on Feb 01, 2018

What a fun activity for the little ones.Loved the DIY tips.

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Jhilmil Posted on Feb 01, 2018

I loved this story so much, even saw the story telling video and enjoyed thoroughly!

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Mrinal Posted on Feb 01, 2018

Amazing concept for plays! Kids would love this! Plus making these puppets is really easy! ❤

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Meena Posted on Jan 31, 2018

This is so beautifully told

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