Poor Princess Pigtoria?
Her palace was a pigsty with peeling paint.
A pigsty with peeling paint?
Yes, but she had pretty pink petunias.
Pretty pink petunias?
They didn’t help poor Princess Pigtoria.
They didn’t help poor Princess
No, to be a proper princess, she needed plenty of pennies
A proper princess needed plenty
of pennies for paint?
Yes, so she read the palace paper.
The palace paper?
Yes, the personal ads in the palace paper.
The personal ads in the palace
Yes, she found the perfect ad from the prince.
The perfect ad from the prince?
Yes, Prince Proudfoot of Porksville.
Prince Proudfoot of Porksville?
Continued in the Kids Wings unit...
it's Hans Christian Andersen's "The Princess
and the "Pea," delightfully retold in a
magically piggy world, alliteratively celebrating
a preponderance of "P" words! Hysterical
illustrations by illustrator Henry Cole and funny
turns of events make this a story that kids will beg
to be read over and over. After every reading, they
will emerge with a vivacious vocabulary and a new
sense of the rhythm and fun of words!
Kids Wings activity guide for Princess
Pigtoria and the Pea (thumbnails
13 pages of fun and learning, perfect for lesson planning and
handouts for projection on your SmartBoard!
Readers Theater Script for the traditional "Princess and
Rhyming Readers Theater Script for "Princess Pigtoria and
Multiple Choice Comprehension Activities
Proper Princess and Pizza Activities
Proper Princess Problems (Math)
The Proper Letter P
Creative Art: The Princess and Percy's Baby
Music: With special thanks to the talented Sandra
Bradley for generously allowing us to use her original composition,
"So Glorious"! Visit
the composer on her website, Midisandy.
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