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The Town Mouse And The Country Mouse – Aesop’s Fables For Kids

Fill your listening center with Aesop’s Fables stories with this resource for The Town Mouse And The Country Mouse. With both a video and activities, you’ll have all you need!

(4 customer reviews)

$5.00

Use the famous Aesop’s fable, The Town Mouse And The Country Mouse at your listening center. This includes a video and audio of the popular story. Your students will love hearing the story of the two mice who, after visiting each other, decide that their own home is the best place to be.

The Dog And His Shadow Printable Activities

The Town Mouse And The Country Mouse - Aesop's Fables For Kids
  • Print the QR code with the video link and post it at your listening center for your students to scan.
  • Reading passages for your students to use alongside the video.
  • Comprehension questions about the dog who lost his bone. 
  • A writing prompt about the moral of the story. 
  • A foldable mini-book for your students to color, read, and take home. 
  • Sequencing activities to laminate for reuse, or sent home with students.
The Town Mouse And The Country Mouse - Aesop's Fables For Kids

Digital Resources On Google And Seesaw

The Town Mouse And The Country Mouse - Aesop's Fables For Kids

The digital resources are on both Google Slides and Seesaw.

  • A video of the fable playing directly on Seesaw or Google. 
  • Audio along with a reading passage for more support. 
  • A writing prompt about the moral of the story. 
  • An interactive sequencing activity for the Aesop’s fable story. 
  • Comprehension questions to check for understanding.
Seesaw Digital Resources

Using Digital And Traditional Resources

Because I believe in utilizing BOTH paper and pencil tasks along with activities on devices, you will receive both printable activities and digital resources when you purchase this product. So whether you are using digital resources, or would like strictly printable worksheets, this resource meets your needs.

The Town Mouse And The Country Mouse - Aesop's Fables For Kids
The Town Mouse And The Country Mouse - Aesop's Fables For Kids

Placing The Dog And His Shadow At Your Listening Center

Would you like to learn more?

Here is a video showing suggested uses for this product for your listening center. I will walk you through all the resources included in The Ant And The Grasshopper so you can utilize them in your classroom.

You’ll see the activities included, and you’ll see how to prepare this for your listening station with little or no prep involved. All you need is a manilla folder to make a grab-and-go listening center.

Why Should You Use An Aesop’s Fable Story?

The famous Aesop’s fables are full of fun lessons for your students to learn. Although the stories are very old, your students still identify with the characters. They’ll learn with the crafty or foolish animals, and leave your listening center having learned the moral of the stories.

(4 customer reviews)

4 reviews for The Town Mouse And The Country Mouse – Aesop’s Fables For Kids

  1. Andrea S. (verified owner)

    I love how the video correlated with the google slides. This was a great distance learning activity for the kindergarteners in my district!

  2. Melissa S. (verified owner)

    Students LOVED this! Made our in class and online learning experience enjoyable and easily navigated.

  3. Casey C. (verified owner)

    super

  4. Alyse J (verified owner)

    Loved this and lot’s of my students did as well!

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