Three Little Pigs Traits

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Do you really know the story of the three little Pigs? Do you think that the story is just a kid’s fairy tale? Well, think again, because “The Story of the Three Little Pigs” actually has lessons and morals in it that adults can use in everyday life. In fact, some of the characters are relatable and make you feel emotion for them. Take the Third Little Pig for example. He had to outsmart the Big Bad Wolf to stay alive. Even though the other two pigs could not stand a chance the Third Little Pig did. He was able to because of his bravery, cleverness, and his hard-working attitude. These traits are also the reason he is admirable.
A trait that the Third Little Pig expresses is brave. The Third Little Pig stood up and outsmarted the big bad Wolf. While the Wolf was planning to eat him just like his two brothers, the Pig was using braver and bolder tactics to survive. The Pig had to make risks in order to stay safe from the big bad Wolf. An example is when the big allowed the Wolf into the chimney but something unexpected happened. “...Just as the Wolf was coming down, took off the cover of the pot, and in fell the Wolf”(16). This quote represents that the third Pig had to be
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The Third Little Pig is able to outsmart the Wolf in many situations. One of those events was when the Wolf told the Pig that at 6, he would take him to a field to get turnips. But what actually was, “The little Pig got up at 5, got the turnips and was home before 6” (16). This shows that the Pig figured out that the Wolf was just trying to eat him, and he developed a plan to get the turnips before the Wolf had a chance to eat him. This is admirable because the Pig was able to think and use his brain in a scary time. This is a lesson that anyone can have. Sometimes people are scared to use your brain or think outside of the box, but the Third Little Pig was able to, even in a scary time, which makes him

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