Aesop's Fables not only teaches us important values from our past, but teaches us important values for today.  Key lessons such as kindness, bravery, sticktoitness and grit teach our children valuable character building concepts.

The four fables shown below include the following:

Also see our resource page for lesson plans and other information regarding these Aesop Fables.

   Moral:   If you tell untruths no one will believe you when you do tell the truth.    Key Lesson:   truth telling, consequences.

Moral: If you tell untruths no one will believe you when you do tell the truth.

Key Lesson: truth telling, consequences.

   Moral:   The smallest of friends may prove to be the greatest of friends.    Key lesson:   Prejudice, physical strength vs inginuity.

Moral: The smallest of friends may prove to be the greatest of friends.

Key lesson: Prejudice, physical strength vs inginuity.

   Moral:   Slow and steady wins the race.    Key Lesson:   Sticktoitness, bravery, grit.

Moral: Slow and steady wins the race.

Key Lesson: Sticktoitness, bravery, grit.

   Moral:   There is a time for play and a time for work. Make good choices.    Key Lesson:   Decision making.

Moral: There is a time for play and a time for work. Make good choices.

Key Lesson: Decision making.