Aesop's Opposites: Interactive Aesop Fables
Each story concentrates on one pair of opposites and includes instructions for interaction by the class as a whole. Aesop's Opposites includes The Tortoise and the Hare (A Stop and Go Story), The Fox and the Crow (A Left and Right Story) and The Milkmaid and Her Pail (An On and Off Story). The moral of this story? There's never been a fresher or more entertaining way to teach opposites.
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