Three billy goats gruff story props
The Three Billy Goats Gruff by Janet StevensThe story of the Three Billy-Goats Gruff is about three goats that are brothers who found great grass to eat over the river, but to get to it they have to cross the bridge. The little goat goes over the bridge first and wakes up a troll who says that he is going to eat him. The little goat said that my middle brother will be coming along next and he is bigger so he would be better to eat. The middle goat says the same when he across because his older brother would be coming.
The book is a hard cover and square shaped. There are a lot of white pages in the story. The pictures are not that great too look at because they are not big and do not have much detail to them. For a classroom activity with this story you could listen to it on the computer, which is a fun different way for the students to listen to the story then having the teacher read it all the time. After listening to the story you could have the students act the story out in a play form. You could help the students make props for them to act out the story. Kids love to act out things and make things to help them.
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Kids love hearing the same stories over and over again. They love it even more if you tell the same story in different ways, using different kinds of props.
Make a simple storytelling basket for preschoolers and young school age children to retell their favourite fairy tales and picture books using toys and props! A wonderful way to practise crucial early literacy skills and develop story-rich language too. We are continuing on in our series of Storytelling Baskets for preschoolers and young school age children, with another classic traditional tale of The Three Billy Goats Gruff! What I love about creating storytelling baskets is that they are very simple to set up and rarely require any extra making, apart from very simple additions. See, it has its benefits!