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1. Aisopos and his fairy tales are very well known to the children by a small age. So, we read the fairy tale of Aisopos again and we tried to think what new we could do about it. 2. After a lot of thought we decided to play a game with it. For start, I divided the fairy tale to seventeen peaces, as much as the kids in the classroom. Then I wrote them to equally circles and I printed these colorful circles to several stickers. The first part of the game was ready. The Hare and the Tortoise One fine spring morning, a Hare came out of his nest to eat fresh grass. And the Rabbit run faster and faster. He felt puzzled, he expected to meet his opponent but the Turtle was nowhere to be seen. Maybe the Turtle had quit, he thought and continued running. 3. It was time for us to cut the circles and stick them on our back. Luckily most of the kids had a hud on their blouse and that made it easier to hide the sticker until the right moment. 4. When everybody got his sticker we started walking around the class and trying to read as many stickers as possible. 5. It wasnt always easy as you can see! But it was very fun searching! 6. After reading them all, we had to put them in the right chronological order according to the myth. At first, we found it a bit difficult but as the game went on we got the hunk of it. 7. Here you can see our bodies telling you a story! If you cant read it , try to make it again. 8. The Tortoise did not waste time and immediately started walking. Slowly of course, but the Tortoise had already covered the first centimeters of that route. Now is the time to do the running, he thought, now I will win the race. As he was eating, he saw a Tortoise nearby and he thought that the Tortoise walk was too funny. So the Hare started mocking the Tortoise and said that even the snails are faster. Here are the stickers! All you have to do is put them in the right order! 9. The Hare and the Tortoise One fine spring morning, a Hare came out of his nest to eat fresh grass. And the Rabbit run faster and faster. He felt puzzled, he expected to meet his opponent but the Turtle was nowhere to be seen. Maybe the Tortoise had quit , he thought and continued running. 10. -How about doing a little race? Then we will know who is the fastest! ; The Tortoise won the Hare on a running race, certainly not because he can run faster, but because the Tortoise stayed true to his purpose and showed no arrogance, like the Hare did. The Fox was chosen as the perfect judge, set the starting point, the path that they would follow and the ending point of the running game 11. When the Hare got near the finish point, boy he was surprised! The Tortoise was already there, with a look of triumph on the face, and were chewing a green leaf. The Tortoise is the winner! The Turtle stopped, looked at the Rabbit and told him: That was it! The Rabbit fell down and started laughing harder and harder. 12. The Hare sit and watch the Tortoise go. He yawned and felt sleepy cause it was too early in the morning. I am too fast, he thought to himself, I could take a little nap and I will catch up with the Turtle later. I cannot lose I am the fastest animal in the forest. Thus the Hare fall asleep. The Tortoise continued walking, in a slow but steady rhythm, following the route that Fox had designated. Yet, the Turtle stayed serious, so the Rabbit realized it was not a joke and he accepted the challenge. 13. They decided to do it on next morning. So, next morning, our two contestants were ready and along with them many forest animals who were curious to see what will happen! Fox announced: On your marks. Get set. Later, the Rabbit woke up. Have fun!!!