The exposition of the story happens when Mother Pig is telling her three sons that it is time to move out of the little farmhouse because they had grown too big too fast. They were all warned about the big bad wolf and to be safe .
If that wolf was smart he'd come in through the chimney!
The conflict of this story is that the two younger pigs built house out of unsturdy materials, which was not enough to keep the bad wolf away.
*Cheering from the pigs!*
The rising action of this story is the bad wolf found the brick house and couldn't get in . The three pigs denied his request to enter the home so he waited outisde for them to come out. The oldest pig tricked the wolf and said "If that wolf was really smart he'd come in through the chimney."
YAY! We beat the wolf!
The climax of this story is when the wolf fell for their trick and fell down into the pot of boiling water.
The falling action of this story is when the wolf fell for their little trick and was killed.
The pigs were finally safe and the eldest pig had saved them all!