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FOR CHILDREN: comprehension of Aesop's fabel
exercises, writing and answers about questions

For children: Didactics and creative games. Writing practice to Aesop's fable: THE CAT AND THE MICE

Aesop fable.

Writing practice for children:

  • Write the fable's moral, i.e. the teaching you get from the story, from the ca's and from the mice's points of view.
    The mice learned that……………………………..
    The cat learned that………………………………
  • Identify the time of the story, when the facts happens in the fable:
    The action takes place in a past tense………….( )
    The action takes place in a present perfect……( )
    The action takes place in the present………….( )

- Say the duration of the adventure choosing among these possible answers:
Many days…………………………………………( )
Few hours………………………………………...( )
Three days………………………………………..( )
More than three days…………………………..( )

- Here you find a list of different morals; choose one or more than one and create a fable containing it or them:

1. Arrogance beats(overcome) the weak
2. You pay everything you get
3. All that glitters is not gold
4. Wealth does not guarantee happiness
5. You cannot buy happiness
6. Fortune favours the brave
7. There is no harm in trying
8. Nothing ventured, nothing gained
9. Dog does not eat(bite) dog
10. The best form of defence is attack
11. Perseverance bears good fruits
12. Cunning trick does not always pay
13. Experience makes you cautious (prudent)

 
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