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40 of Aesop's Fables are told by by an all-star cast....The fables are available to play at any time, in the classroom or at home. Each episode is accompanied by a printable transcript, for the children to follow as they listen. There is also a set of Programme notes which include suggestions for follow-up activities. Simply click on the individual story links.
Teaching Theme with Aesop's Fables Fable #1: The Tortoise and the Hare Fable #2: The Lion and the Mouse Includes: story mapping - problem/conflict, solution, moral, theme - with multiple choice & open-ended questions.
The baby's own Aesop : being the fables condensed in rhyme with portable morals pictorially pointed by Walter Crane. Engraved and printed in colours by Edmund Evans : Aesop : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive
Students will read the short fable, The Crow and the Pitcher. They will then ask and answer questions using direct text evidence. Asking and Answering Questions, Third Grade, Fables and Folktales Abby Sandlin