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DESCRIPTIONAesop’s Fables. Home Page. The Man Behind the Stories. Who was Aesop?. How were Aesop’s Fables passed down?. Who was Aesop?. Write 3 facts about Aesop in your book (1 fact for each flap). Aesop was an ancient Greek storyteller. He lived 2500 years ago, around 550 BCE. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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FablesCharacteristics of Fables Fables are very short stories. The characters are usually animals who talk and act like people.Fables teach a lesson, also called a moral.
Vocabulary WordsClick on the book to go to an online dictionary.
Once you get to the dictionary, type in your words and then write the definition under the flap.
Design an award!In your book, design an award ribbon for the winner of the race. Make it awesome!
The Man Behind the StoriesFablesThe Town Mouse and the Country MouseThe Dog and His ReflectionThe Hare and the TortoiseExtras!Home PageExtras!All finished? Go back and do these!On the cover, draw a picture of your favorite fable.Write your own fable and put it in the pocket on the Fables page.Write your own ending to The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse; put it in the pocket on that page.
Compare the CharactersWhat was the town mouse like? Write some describing words in your book under the flap.