The reporter, Randon Adjective, interviews the Big Bad Wolf from prison in the Illusion Factory's production of 'The Untold Story of the Three Little Pigs' at Children's Meeting House Montessori School
Student Ethan Bole attempts to use his breath to blow down the straw house in the Illusion Factory's production of 'The Untold Story of the Three Little Pigs'
by Bonnie McNett
The students at Children's Meeting House Montessori School recently were delighted by a production of a classic children's fairy tale told from the perspective of the wolf. The children were entertained as the Big Bad Wolf gave his side of the story in the Illusion Factory's production of "The Untold Story of the Three Little Pigs."
During this highly interactive production, the students joined forces with the reporter, Random Adjective, investigating what really happened to the little pigs and the wolf using the five W's and one H (who, what, where, when, why, and how) to uncover the truth. Students were filled with wonder and were engaged by the lively dialogue, physical comedy, and colorful costumes of the production. The Illusion Factory has been delighting students in Ohio since 1991 and more information can be found at www.theillusionfactory.org.
Children’s Meeting House celebrates more than 40 years of providing excellent, authentic Montessori education. Montessori students attain a deep understanding of core academic subjects and acquire real-world life skills tailored to fit each child's educational needs. Nestled on a sprawling 8-acre campus, CMH is conveniently located less than a mile from downtown Loveland. For more information, please call the CMH admissions office at (513) 683-4757 or visit: www.childrensmeetinghousemontessori.com