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Fable of the Wolf, the mother and the child. Aesop's Fable for Children

Fable of the Wolf, the mother and the child. Aesop's Fable for Children

Aesop's fables are a good way to teach values to the kids.

With the fable of the Wolf, the mother and the child, We can teach children that the way we act often contradicts what we think or what we say, so we should not trust too much what is said, but only the facts.

A hungry wolf He was wandering in search of food when he came to a cabin.

Inside was a crying child and a mother who, while cradling him, said:

- If you cry, my child, I will hand you over to the wolf.

The wolf believing those words, he stayed expecting in front of the house all day. Late at night, he heard the mother say to the child:

- Do not fear, my child; If the wolf comes, we will kill him.

Then the wolf continued on his way, thinking that there are people who announce that they are going to do something, although later they do a very different one.

Moral: Let us be firm both in our thoughts and in our actions.

Reading comprehension is one of the most important steps in learning to read.

Comprehension of the entire text is essential so that the child can get motivated by reading.

With these simple questions you can find out if your child has understood the Aesop's fable.

- Why was the wolf waiting at the door of the house?

- What did the mother say? But what was he really thinking?

- Why did the wolf leave?

- Do you think it is a good thing to do the opposite of what you think?

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