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Very good idea to support this story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Many of my Little children like posting items, and looking for and identifying the fruit as we read the story and they post. We also talk about our likes and dislikes, our favourites and also about healthy food and treats. I downloaded this activity from ...

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Top 15 Moral Stories For Kids


ELA standard 3.RL2: Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text. I will use this chart to lead class discussions on retelling/summarizing stories throughout the year from our CC reading series.

from Edgalaxy: Cool Stuff for Nerdy teachers

Teach your students to write fables with this great tool.

“A doubtful friend is worse than a certain enemy. Let a man be one thing or the other, and we then know how to meet him.” ― Aesop, Aesop's Fables

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Aesop's Fables ~ Graphic Organizers for 6 Different Fables

You can use these 6 different graphic organizers to teach your students about fables. You will discuss the character traits of each character, the problem, the moral and how your could use the lesson in your own life. Here are the fables represented: The Grasshopper and the Ant The Fox and the Grapes The Lion and the Mouse The Shepard Boy and the Wolf The Farmer and the Eagle The Fox and the Crow


religious myth 4 Religion is the foundation of morality ~ Morality developed from a need for mutual benefit to survive, before religion came along. Do you need a bible not to kill? REally?