The 3 Little Pigs the id is driven by the pleasure principle, the ego being driven by the reality principle, and the superego being their moral conscience part of the mind. children are normally driven by their id, but increasingly as they develop, their ego forms and they become more driven by their reality principle Activity 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5hI9 U19-m0 The 3 Little Pigs Apply the psychoanalysis ideas to the Story! Please note: All the pigs couldn’t wait to build the houses so they could go out to play Activity Namely, that the three little pigs are analogous to the development of a child. At first (first little pig) children are driven by the pleasure principle (wanting to play) without much regard for the consequences. As they develop, the ego develops and children are more influenced by the reality principle (second little pig has a better effort, but still drive for pleasure was major influence). As the ego fully develops, we become driven by the reality principle and satisfy out pleasure needs in ways that fully consider the consequences (third little pig). The Answer?