The Three Little Pigs

Posted By Kidsinco
Categorized Under: Playscripts
Comments (0)

The wolf and the three little pigs free clip art, los tres cochinitos gratis

“Little Pig, little pig,

let me come in,”

said the wolf to the pig.

“Not by the hair of

my chinny chin chin,”

said thje pig to the wolf.

Characters:

Narrator
Mother
Pig 1
Pig2
Pig3
Man
Wolf

SCRIPT:

Narrator: Once upon a time three pigs left their mother´s home and went into the world.


Three Pigs: Good-bye Mother.


Mother: Good-bye my little sons.


Narrator: The three pigs went different ways. Soon pig 1 met a man who was selling straw.


Pig 1: I need some straw, would you sell it to me?


Man: Of course. Take it.


Narrator: Pig 1 paid the man and went to buid his house. Later, Pig 2 met a man who was selling wood.


Pig 2: Please Sir, I need some wood to build my house. Would you sell it to me?


Man: Yes. Take it.


Narrator: Pig 2 paid the man and went on his way to make his wood house. Later, Pig 3 met a man who was selling bricks.


Pig 3: Excuse me Sir, I need some bricks. Are they for sale?


Man: Of course. Take them.


Narrator: Pig 3 paid the man and went on his way to build his brick house. When the three pigs finished their houses they moved in. Pig 1 was taking a nap when someone knocked at the door. Pig 1 looked through the window and saw a wolf.


Wolf: Little pig, little pig, let me in!


Pig 1: Not by the hair on my chinny-chin-chin.


Wolf: Then I´ll huff andI´ll puff and I´ll blow your house in.


Narrator: The wolf huffed and puffed and destroyed pig 1s. house. Pig 1 ran all the way to pig 2s. house. When he got there Pig 1 told Pig 2 what had happened. Pig 2 invited Pig 1 to live with him. After a few days, there was a knock at the door. The two pigs looked out the window and it was the wolf.


Wolf: Little pigs, Little pigs, let me in!


Pig 1 and 2: Not by the hairs on our chinny-chin-chins.


Wolf: Then I´ll huff andI´ll puff and I´ll blow your house in.


Narrator: The wolf huffed and puffed and destroyed the house. The pig brothers ran all the way to pig 3s. house. When they got there pig 1 and pig 2 told pig 3 everything that had happened. Then pig 3 invited his two brothers to live with him. After a few days, there was a knock at the door. The pigs looked out the window and they saw the wolf.


Wolf: Wolf: Little pigs, Little pigs, let me in!


Pigs 1, 2, and 3: Not by the hairs on our chinny-chin-chins.


Wolf: Then I´ll huff andI´ll puff and I´ll blow your house in.


Narrator: The wolf huffed and puffed several times but he couldn´t destroy the brick house. Then the wolf decided to think what to do, so he went and sat in a log. Meanwhile, the three pigs started cooking dinner. They put a large pot of water in the fireplace to cook some soup.


Wolf: I know what to do. I´ll get in through the chimney and I will eat those pigs.


Narrator: The wolf climbed up to the roof. But he didn`t know that there was a pot of boiling water at the bottom of the chimney. Then the three pigs heard a noise.


Wolf: I´m coming to get you cutie pigs!


Narrator: The wolf then jumped down the chimney and fell into the pot of boiling water.


Wolf: AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!


Narrator: The wolf jumped back up the chimney and ran into the woods. The pigs lived in peace and never saw the wolf again.


The End


Author:Joseph Jacobs


Moral: When you do a job, do it good.


 

Moral Value: Patience, Hard Work, Perseverance


Click Here to Read Another Playscript of the The Three Little Pigs


Click Here to Read The Three Little Pigs in Spanish


Go to Complete List of Playscripts Page 1


Go to Complete List of Playscripts Page 2


We Appreciate Your Visit!

Tags: , , , , ,



Comments are closed.