What do "The Hare and the Tortoise", ´"The Ant and the Grasshopper" and "The Lion and the Mouse" have in common? If you say that they are fables, you are right. And if you say that they are Aesop´s Fables, that´s even better.
Aesop´s fables are very well known all over the world. They have been translated to all languages, so children from different countries are very familiar with them. Their morals have become part of life and it is usual to hear them when you are given an advice.
Who was Aesop? It is said that he was a Greek slave who was freed because he was always telling his master these wonderful stories, but we are still not sure about this information. However, his stories have been written and published for a long time and we have had the opportunity to read them with you. Haven´t we?
Click on the link below to watch one of Aesop´s fable. Then tell us what you think the moral of the fable means.
WHAT DOES THE MORAL OF THE FABLE MEAN? USE YOUR OWN WORDS TO EXPLAIN IT.