Moral: The value of hard work and dedication
The tale of three little pigs features three piglets who talk and act like humans. Through these human-like pigs, the story teaches many lessons to children. First, let’s look at the story of the three little pigs.
The Story of Three Little Pigs
Once upon a time, there were three little pigs. One of them built his house with straw while another built his house with sticks. Both of them built their houses very quickly. Then they sang and danced and played all day because they were lazy. But the third little pig was a hard worker. He worked hard all day and built a house with bricks.
One day, a big bad wolf saw the two little pigs while they were dancing and playing and thought what a tasty meal they will make. The wolf chased the two pigs. They ran and hid in their houses. The wolf first went to the house made of straw. He huffed and puffed and blew the house down in minutes. The frightened owner ran into his brother’s house that was made of sticks. The wolf now came to this house and huffed and puffed again and blew the house down in hardly any time. Now, the two homeless pigs were scared stiff and ran to the third pig’s house which was made of bricks.
The wolf tried to huff and puff and blow the third house down, but he could not. The poor wolf kept trying for hours and hours but the brick house was very strong, and the three little pigs were safe inside. Then the wolf tried to enter through the chimney, but the wise little pig boiled a big pot of water and kept it below the chimney. The big bad wolf fell into the boiling water and died.
The two little pigs now regretted being so lazy. They also built new houses with bricks and lived happily ever after.
What is the Moral of the Three Little Pigs
The moral of Three Little Pigs is that hard work and perseverance pays off at the end. The first two pigs were lazy, and they did not want to work hard. So they built their houses very easily and spent their time playing around. But the third pig is more far-sighted and takes time and effort to build the house with brick. It is the third pig’s hard work and cleverness that save all three in the end.
Choosing your priorities is another lesson that can be learned from this story. The first two pigs cannot see the importance of building a house properly; they are more concerned about playing and dancing. But the third pig realizes the importance of building the house properly; thus, he is able to save all their lives.
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