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The Tortoise and the Hare by Year 1
There was a hare who couldn’t stop talking about how fast he was.
The tortoise was fed up of him boasting and challenged the hare to a race.
Ready…Steady…GO! The hare set off and ran very fast down the road.
He looked behind and saw that the tortoise was far away…
So he decided to have a sleep. “The tortoise won’t catch me!”
The tortoise carried on at his steady pace and soon he passed the hare.
The Hare woke up and saw that the tortoise was nearly at the finish line!
He ran and he ran but it was too late! The tortoise crossed the finish line!
The moral of the story is; It is not the fastest that win. Slow and steady wins the race.
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