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The turtle and the rabbit run a race.

Charles Leonard Ainsworth

The turtle and the rabbit run a race.

La tortuga y el conejo juegan una carrera.

by Charles Leonard Ainsworth

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  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Naylor Co. in San Antonio, Tex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fables.

  • About the Edition

    Recounts the race between the turtle and the hare in alternating lines of Spanish and English.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesLa tortuga y el conejo juegan una carrera.
    StatementBy Len Ainsworth. Illus. by Margaret Waddell.
    ContributionsWaddell, Margaret, illus.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ74.2 .A45
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[22] p.
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5222021M
    ISBN 100811104125
    LC Control Number75158082
    OCLC/WorldCa196358

    The Rabbit and the Turtle There is an aggressive rabbit. It always thinks that it can run very fast. One day, this rabbit meets a turtle and laughs at the turtle because the turtle walks very slowly. The rabbit dares the turtle to race. The turtle agrees with the rabbit. When the racing begins, the rabbit runs faster than the turtle and thinks. The Rabbit and the Turtle is a book of Aesop’s fables told through depictions of a variety of different animals. The book contains eleven different stories and each story ends with a moral. After each story, the corresponding moral is listed at the bottom of the page so that readers understand what the story was trying to get them to understand.4/5.

      The story of the rabbit and the turtle doesn't appear until halfway through, after such fables as "The Lion and the Mouse," "The Wolf and the Dog," "The Fox and the Crane," and so on. Older readers will remember them all, and younger readers will enjoy getting acquainted.5/5.   Turtle and rabbit 1. Good old lessons in teamwork from an age-old fable The Tortoise And The Hare 2. Once upon a time a tortoise and a hare had an argument about who was faster. That’s not true. The fastest runner is me! I’m the fastest runner. 3. Fine! They decided to settle the argument with a race.

    The Rabbit and the Turtle No teams 1 team 2 teams 3 teams 4 teams 5 teams 6 teams 7 teams 8 teams 9 teams 10 teams Custom Press F11 Select menu option View > Enter Fullscreen for full-screen mode.   The turtle is not in despair, he continues to run and run with all abilities, even though he knew was much left behind of the rabbit. Unsuspected the rabbit sleeps, and the turtle, which continues to run.. and running.. when the turtle is close to the finish line, the rabbit awakened and realize that he left behind of the turtle.


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The turtle and the rabbit run a race by Charles Leonard Ainsworth Download PDF EPUB FB2

The rabbit run very fast. After The rabbit run very far from the. turtle he think that the turtle cannot follow. him then he stop run and sleep under the. tree. The rabbit sleep to long time and the turtle. walk pass the rabbit.

The Rabbit And The Turtle has been added to your Cart Add to Cart. Buy Now Buy Used. The turtle and the rabbit run a race. book $ FREE Shipping Get free shipping Free day shipping within the U.S. when you order $ of eligible items sold or fulfilled by Amazon.

Or get business-day shipping on this item for $ Cited by: 1. Once upon a time there was a turtle. One day a rabbit came at the turtle and said, “Shall we run a race?” The turtle said that “ I can’t run I’m too slow not like you” however the rabbit made the turtle.

As the race began, the rabbit raced way ahead of the turtle, just like everyone thought. The rabbit got to the halfway point and could not see the turtle anywhere. He was hot and tired and decided to stop and take a short nap.

Even if the turtle passed him, he would be able to race to the finish line ahead of him/5(K). They were going to run a race one time. And Rabbit run so fast one time. He liked to run all the time. You know how the rabbit are. He jumped and he run fast and quick, and the turtle can't hardly run, can't hardly move out.

They go after the insects, and that's the only time he run fast, I guess. Description of the book "The Rabbit and the Turtle": A stunning collection of Aesop's fables from bestselling author and illustrator Eric Carle.

Eric Carle brings to life Aesop's fables with his gorgeous illustrations and charming retelling of the classic stories. Designed to engage and delight readers of all ages, this collection contains some. "The Turtle and the Rabbit Run a Race" was a much longer story with a negative act from the turtle.

The turtle cheats to win the race witch results to a negative ending for him. "The Tortoise and the Hare" was a shorter story with a positive happy ending for the turtle. One day, a rabbit was boasting about how fast he could run.

He was laughing at the turtle for being so slow. Much to the rabbit's surprise, the turtle challenged him to a race. The rabbit thought this was a joke and accepted the challenge. The fox was to be the referee of the race. The real reason. Because the rabbit is an IDIOT!!.

I think the turtle is pretty stupid to for even getting into this race. The rabbit wasted his time just like a teenaged boy (or any other man in my house) Even though he could have had that race in an instant he chose to get distracted and show off and lolly gag around and loose total track of time (sounds like that teen aged boy again.).

As the race began, the rabbit raced way ahead of the turtle, just like everyone thought. The rabbit got to the halfway point and could not see the turtle anywhere.

He was hot and tired and decided to stop and take a short nap. Even if the turtle passed him, he would be able to race to the finish line ahead of him. Synopsis: This is a tale of a very fast rabbit Mr. Silver and a very slow turtle Mr. Copper. Each day the forest holds a race. No animal has ever beaten Mr.

Silver. But Mr. Copper thinks he can, and is out to prove so. Silver steals from other animals and becomes the number enemy of the forest family.

The turtle and the rabbit run a race. La tortuga y el conejo juegan una carrera. [Charles Leonard Ainsworth; Margaret Waddell] -- Recounts the race between the turtle and the hare in alternating lines of Spanish and English. The Rabbit and Turtle Story Paperback – December 9, by rinald C.

steketee (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — Author: rinald C. steketee. Technology-Connected Lesson Plan. Title: The Turtle and the Rabbit Run a Race Grade Levels: K-6 Common Core Anchor Standards Reading 2.

Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze their development; summarize the key supporting details and ideas. Assess how point of view or purpose shapes the content and style of a text. “The Turtle and the Rabbit Run a Race.” Discuss the moral and the cultural traditions revealed in the story.

Techie Time – demonstrate the Living Book CD’s features and management. In small groups, read the Living Book CD, The Tortoise and the Hare. In small groups, discuss the ways the stories were alike and different.

Techie Time –. “Rabbit, although I’m slow I’ll do the race with you. I will show you that being fast is not always the best,” answered the turtle. And so the rabbit was happy the turtle accepted.

The race started. It was a race to the top of the hill. Ofcourse, the turtle couldn’t catch up with the rabbit. The rabbit got far ahead of the turtle.

The Rabbit And The Turtle Race Short Stories The rabbit and the turtle race story is a short story about a rabbit who is able to run fast run race with a turtle who used to walk slowly.

How is the results you can found on the short stories for kids below. One fine morning in the heart of the forest Animals of all kind gathered around a tree Leaning on the tree was the proud little rabbit Saying – No o. • This story is based on the traditional tale ‘The Tortoise and the Hare’.

It was originally a fable by Aesop. The moral of the story is ‘slow and steady wins the race’. Group/Guided reading Introducing the story • Look at the cover of the book and read the title together, supporting the children with the word Size: 3MB.

Fable: The Turtle and the Rabbit Adapted from the Traditional I’m a very wise bird, an owl, but even I did not think my friend the turtle could win a race. Here is the story. One day, the rabbit was boasting of his speed.

“I have never yet been beaten,” said he, "when I put forth my full speed. I challenge any one here to race. This 3D animated short story is our Semester-V project titled "The Race", an old story of Rabbit and Tortoise, done at Arena Animation,Secunderabad Branch.

This is done by using Maya. The rabbit fearing another loss declined, but the turtle was persistent and said, “This time we race together!” So of they went through the route running together, not that fast but consistent.

When they went to the stream, the rabbit road at the back of the turtle and when they were crossing the finish line the rabbit carried the turtle.Run Pyon - arace Pyon - with 12 me; Pyon! 12 Then Well, who's who the walks bet-slow - ter ly man now? May-Are be you we still shall so see!

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