Fable: The Boy who Cried Wolf

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(18 customer reviews)


Fable: The Boy who Cried Wolf

  • Aesop’s fables have long been used to teach children lessons about moral living.
  • A fable is a form of storytelling that usually features animals behaving like humans.
  • The purpose of the fable is to teach a lesson about human weakness.

A moral is concerned about what is right and wrong in human behaviour – and the good and bad in human character.

Included in the package:

  • Simplified Story
  • Story Cards with words
  • Picture Cards



18 reviews for Fable: The Boy who Cried Wolf

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    Ek koop met vrymoedigheid by jou want jy dink en werk soos ek👏🏻

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    Net lank genoeg om aandag te hou by my graad 1 seuntjie.

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