Three billy goats gruff story for kindergarten
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.
Three Billy Goats Gruff
Read this Story Online. Three Billy Goats Gruff. There was Little Billy Goat Gruff. There was Big Billy Goat Gruff. Over the bridge was a hillside. There was grass on the hillside.
How the Goats Came to Hessen Germany. Related links. Return to D. Ashliman's folktexts , a library of folktales, folklore, fairy tales, and mythology. The Three Billy Goats Gruff Norway Once upon a time there were three billy goats, who were to go up to the hillside to make themselves fat, and the name of all three was "Gruff. On the way up was a bridge over a cascading stream they had to cross; and under the bridge lived a great ugly troll , with eyes as big as saucers, and a nose as long as a poker. I'm too little, that I am," said the billy goat.
It still remains one of our most favorite stories to retell to each other. Below you will find some of the best book activities to complement the story. I have organized the ideas into a week long unit study of the book. Or, you can just pick and choose the activities that interest you. The activities are great for preschoolers or kindergarteners. You could also adapt for other ages too. All of the ideas listed are hands-on activities.
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But they were still hungry. In the distance they could see a field that was full of lush sweet scrummy grass, but alas there was only one way to get to it — over a rickety bridge over a stream. But under the bridge lived a terrifically terrifying terrible troll called Trevor — he was always hungry too. And there was nothing he liked better than to eat a nice juicy Billy Goat. The Little Billy Goat was the first to reach the bridge. Gingerly he put one hoof and then another onto the bridge but because it was so rickety, however hard he tried, his hoof still went trip trap, trip trap on the wooden planks. Suddenly there was a huge roar.