Aesop's Fable: The Hares and the Frogs
Read, print and
discuss the fable. The fable will print in the top half of the
paper. Prints well in portrait and landscape mode. Have children draw and color a hare and a frog, or an illustration
of the fable under the text.
Visit the FROG and HARE theme lesson plans, crafts and printable activities for preschoo, kindergarten and first grade.
The Hares and the FrogsHares, as you know, are very timid. The least shadow, sends them scurrying in fright to a hiding place. Once they decided to die rather than live in such misery. But while they were debating how best to meet death, they thought they heard a noise and in a flash were scampering off to the warren. On the way they passed a pond where a family of Frogs was sitting among the reeds on the bank. In an instant the startled Frogs were seeking safety in the mud.
"Look," cried a Hare, "things are not so bad after all, for here are creatures who are even afraid of us!"
However unfortunate we may think we are there is always someone worse off than ourselves.