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 a 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
IMAGES ARE IN BLACK & WHITE.