Once upon a time there were three little pigs. They were all brothers and it was time for Cartoon of the three little pigs on a bridge with a wolf watching them. them to leave the family sty and forge ahead on their own. So, one morning they had their breakfast of porridge and eggs and packed up their things to leave. Their mother and father waved goodbye to them at the gate and the three little pigs set off on their way. The three little pigs trotted along the pathway and started to look for a suitable place to build their homes. The first field they came across had big tall brambles growing in it, and the three little pigs got badly scratched. “We can’t build our homes here!” said Thomas, the eldest of the pigs. “Weee agreeee!” said the other two and they carried on looking. The second field they found was full of cows and the three little pigs were chased away. “We can’t build our homes here!” said George, the middle pig (or piggy in the middle, perhaps). “Weee agreeee!” said the other two and they carried on looking. The third field they found was really muddy and even though pigs love wallowing in mud, it was too much for them. The three little pigs got stuck in the mud, and after they had freed themselves the youngest pig, Jeremy, said, “We can’t build our homes here!” and the other two said “Weee agreeee!” The fourth field they found was perfect. There was a muddy corner for wallowing, nice short grass and a shady corner perfect for the hottest of summer days. On three sides of the field there was rich woodland providing plenty of food for the three little pigs. Jeremy, the youngest little pig, went off into the woods in search of building materials for his house and he managed to find some straw in a neighbouring field. He dragged the straw back to the home field and started building. George, the middle of the little pigs, went off into the woods in another direction to find some building materials for his house. George thought he was incredibly lucky to find a huge bundle of twigs so he dragged them back through the woods and started building. Thomas, the eldest of the little pigs, went off in another direction through the woods and had the best luck of them all. Thomas had found a builders’ merchant, so he went inside and started shopping. Thomas had been thinking about leaving the family sty for some time and had a good idea of what sort of house he wanted to build. He showed the store assistants his plans, and they picked out everything he needed. Thomas’ house was to be made of bricks, with two storeys, a fireplace and chimney and lovely big windows so he could see out across the field. In order to build such a home he would need a scaffold tower, extension ladder (possibly in fibreglass, so the Cartoon picture of a yellow straw house.electrical work could be done), step ladder and a work platform. After careful consideration and testing of all of the ladders, Thomas decided to get a scaffold tower and a multi-purpose ladder that could be put to use as any ladder he needed. Thomas had everything delivered to the field the same day and he started building. Jeremy’s straw house was easy to build: he decided to build a wigwam shape by laying the straws in a conical shape, leaving a little gap for the door. He made a fence around the wigwam with the left over straw and sat back to admire his work. George’s house of sticks was a bit more complicated and he borrowed Thomas’ multi-purpose ladder to help him construct the frame and put the roof on. Because the sticks were stronger than the straw, George was able to build a bigger home with window frames and a proper door. He too made a fence with the remaining sticks, and sat back to admire his work. Thomas had his work cut out for him and he started the build by digging a foundation on which to place his bricks. He soon laid the walls for the ground floor, adding in a big door and windows. As the wall got taller and taller he needed to use the scaffold tower to reach higher up. Thomas had bought a scaffold tower that was easy to move around and could be used by one little pig on his own, so he was easily able to get the first floor up by lunchtime. In the afternoon he put in the floors, using his multi-purpose ladder to put in the joists and build the staircase and the scaffold tower allowed him to put in floorboards and carry on building the second storey walls. Using his multi-purpose ladder and the scaffold tower together, Thomas put the roof on, using a roof hook to turn his straight ladder into a roof ladder. When the house was finished, Thomas turned his attention to the inside, making it warm and homely with some simple furniture and a big fire in the hearth. He used his multi-purpose ladder to paint the inside walls and hang some pictures of his piggy family, then he put his ladder away safely inside the house and dismantled the scaffold tower, leaving it outside in Cartoon of a brick house with a blue roof.pieces. Now the three little pigs had homes of their very own, and they were all very pleased with themselves. Each of the three little pigs sat in their new houses and felt very contented. To be continued…