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Short fables to welcome 2020 and enjoy reading with children
Fables

Short fables to welcome 2020 and enjoy reading with children

Fables have a magical power over children. And it is that in addition to telling them exciting stories that occur between different characters, it also allows them to learn important values. And most surprisingly, most of the fables were written years ago (the earliest dating back to 2,000 years before our era) but they keep their message alive.

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The two friends. La Fontaine's Children's Fable

With the fables of La Fontaine you can find stories to educate children in values. In these popular short stories children will find valuable lessons on honesty or solidarity. Children's stories help develop your children's imagination and creativity In the fable of & 39; The two friends & 39; Children will discover a valuable moral about the importance of friendship.
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Friendship Fables for Children

Children's fables are a good tool to educate and teach children some of the most important values ​​in life, such as friendship. Children should know the importance of knowing how to take care of a friend, because on many occasions they will be a great support when it comes to overcoming the obstacles that life does not put.
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The black sheep. Short story for children about honesty and justice

The short fables make us reflect on the different situations and conflicts that occur in our day to day, so that we can draw morals and teachings from them. Do you know the fable of The Black Sheep? It is a short story written by the Italian writer Italo Calvino that presents us with a paradoxical reflection on balance or social justice and honesty.
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The hare and the Tortoise. Fable in pictograms about effort for children

What if instead of telling your little one the fable of & 39; The Free Woman and the Turtle & 39; by Aesop, you form a mother-son or father-son team and do it together? Perhaps it is a bit small to know all the letters, but with this version that we present to you, everything will be easier. Here you have the adventures and misadventures of these two animals in pictograms to tell the children about the effort.
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The Congress of the Mice. Fable in pictograms with values ​​for children

Fables, stories or poetry are stories with which children can learn teachings and values, but they can also improve their reading speed and comprehension. Can you imagine being able to unite it all in one? We have adapted the fable of & 39; The Congress of the Mice & 39; to a story in pictogram so that you can work with your youngest children on reading without forgetting to have a fun time.
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Fables for children. The hare and the Tortoise

Fables are short and short literary narratives, usually in verse, that always end with a teaching message or moral of an instructive nature for children. our site offers us one of the children's favorite fables, which talks about the value of effort and work.
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The two goats. Short story for children about stubbornness

This beautiful fable by Aesop deals with two great characteristics, very common among people: stubbornness and stubbornness. The fable of The Two Goats is a good resource to teach children the consequences of being stubborn or stubborn. It tells the story of two goats who dreamed of living in freedom but who due to their stubbornness ended up having a bad experience.
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The Congress of Mice. Short fables

The short fable The Mice Congress, written by Samaniego, teaches children that it is very easy to come up with and propose ideas, but it is not always as easy to carry them out. Short fables are an excellent way of transmitting values ​​and teachings to our children. It is a very useful read for children.
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Short fables to welcome 2020 and enjoy reading with children

Fables have a magical power over children. And it is that in addition to telling them exciting stories that occur between different characters, it also allows them to learn important values. And most surprisingly, most of the fables were written years ago (the earliest dating back to 2,000 years before our era) but they keep their message alive.
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