Three Little Pigs Paper Dolls

The Three Little Pigs paper dolls are an adorable set published in 1958 by Whitman Publishing Company.  The cover has each of the three pigs, plus the big bad wolf.  For easier printing, I have included a PDF file of this set here.

Three Little Pigs Paper Dolls Houses and Props:

This page includes an apple tree (a stand for the apple tree), a ladder, a butter churn with several pieces to be put together, a piano bench (piano to come later) and some turnips.

The first little pig wasn't too bright and he built his house out of straw.  You can print these on heavy cardstock and create your own little story to tell to your children or grandchildren.  It has dotted lines on where to fold each item.  On this page you have your straw house for the first little pig.  There is also a turnip patch and you can put the turnips from the first page in the slits (you will have to cut slits on the solid lines) in the turnip patch dirt.

The second little pig was maybe a little smarter than the first little pig, so he built his house out of sticks.  Here you can build the stick house.  There is also a rocking chair for the inside of the brick house (coming next) on this page.  "Little pig, little pig, let me come in."  "Not by the hair of my chinny-chin-chin."  "I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house in!"

As we know, the wisest pig built his house out of brick.  This page has the roof for the brick house, a piano and a fireplace kettle.  What will happen with that fireplace kettle, I wonder?

This page has the main part of the brick house.  Even the windows will open if you cut the slit in the middle and carefully fold the windows back on the dotted lines.  Again, print these all on heavy cardstock so they will stand up properly.

Here are more parts to the brick house, specifically the front door.  There are some window boxes for it, as well as a bed.  And a little county fair scene.

Here is the chimney for the brick house, a very important feature to the story.   "I'll come down your chimney and eat you up!"  And this smart little piggy has his fireplace pot all ready for that big bad wolf! 

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