It is very important that students are reading at their level and listening to their own level or challenging levels. I would appreciate using this site more if I could have a way to direct my students appropriately in 5th grade. Thanks so much for all you do!!! Aundrea Stevens 5th Grade Teacher. Aundrea — July 15, I loved the story.lotuslibya.com/includes/map22.php
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It was great. The turtle was smart and clever. He used his brain. The only thing was that I wish it was longer. You need to teach outside of the box a little.
These stories are not for a grade level. They are universal. They are for educational enjoyment. Most any age can understand and gain from these stories, if they are read to them. Most 5th graders should be able to read these themselves with little to no trouble. It will.
They might even enjoy themselves. Awesome — October 14, I really agree with Mahsa, Grace, and Asthma. I think this was a really cool story. It was very sad. I loved the tortoise. He was my favorite. Perfect example of the most important thing to make sure that you can also be able to do things that you can do. Dear Bertie I like the story but I heard a different one but this one is better.
I just love animals! And another news… I just found out that Manila Zoo has a cute elephant named Mali, and she is the only elephant in the Philippines! She has lived there for almost all of her lives, for more than 30 years. The zoo should feel like her sweet and cozy home now.
She is like a prisoner, who cannot spend her days with her friends, roam in vast territories, and have delicious adequate food! She even suffers from foot problems. Why does she deserve this? I like this story very much… I like tortoise story very sweet and wise story… Tortoise story always make me laugh and laugh and laughter.
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John — April 15, David — April 21, Maybe you could use it in grade school like in The story was awesome and teaching …………. I now know that the brain is stronger than the muscle. God bless you Really I liked very much because it is the best to understand we should use our brain for all the time not strength this story is very very nice and good Eric Jawaid Gill.
What would you say are the biggest and importatnt parts? I need it for an assignment. I enjoyed it. This was a really good story.
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All of it was quite funny in my opinion. Unlike me.
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I wish I was a tortoise. This is the best website ever!!!!!!!!
Home Storynory. Proofread by Claire Deakin. Read by Natasha. Fable adapted for Storynory by Bertie. World Fairytales. Leave a reply Cancel comment Did you like this story? Please write in English. Comments are moderated. I like it. Great story! Diction is also very good. This story teaches me a moral : Brains are stronger than brawns!!! I am from Indonesia.
I like it very much. But it was not the story I was looking for. Still a good story. He tried and tried to jump high enough to pull them down. When he was too tired to jump anymore, he went away saying "I'll bet those grapes were sour! I'll bet it is really no good! This fable is about a boy who was sent to mind the sheep. The owners of the sheep said, "If a wolf comes to eat the sheep, you must shout loudly, and we will chase the wolf away!
So after a while he shouted "Wolf! When they saw there was no wolf, they were angry.
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The next day the boy got lonely again, so he shouted "Wolf! They were very angry with the boy! On the third day the boy saw a large grey animal hiding behind the rocks and watching the sheep. He cried "Wolf! So if a person always makes a great fuss to get attention, or if a person says something bad has happened when it has not, then it is called "crying wolf" and people will stop bothering to pay attention, even when things go really wrong. Other pages Myth Fairy tale Other websites Animal Symbolism List of frequently described animals and their characteristics The Dragon-Tyrant Fables - Collection and guide to fables for children Imaginexus A collection of interconnected stories that anyone can edit Beast Fable Society An academic society focused on fables and related genres.
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