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The donkey and the load of salt
The classic Aesop fable is performed by a troupe of animal actors.
|Series||Aesop"s fables by AV2|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.2 .D63 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012018617|
The donkey was loaded with salt bags. While they were crossing a stream, accidentally the donkey slipped and fell into the stream. A lot of salt got dissolved in the water. When the donkey got up the load became very light. Donkey and the salt load. A merchant, led his donkey to pass through a shallow river. A merchant, led his donkey to pass through a shallow river. So far they have gone through the river without ever having a single accident, but this time, his donkey slipped and fell when they were right in the middle of the river.
Meanwhile, a lot of salt was dissolved. The donkey was delighted to find the load lighter than before. The next day when the donkey was crossing the same stream, it fell down into the stream intentionally) and thus made his load lighter as before. For more apps recommendation for kids, please visit If you like this video, please give me a like and share!
Long ago there lived a merchant. He used to deal in salt. He had a donkey to carry load. He used to sell his salt loaded on the : Prakhar Kishore. Donkey and the Load of Salt. Once upon a time, a salt merchant moved from place to place selling salt. One day, he was walking on a bridge over a stream with salt loaded on the back of a donkey. "Yo-ho! Yo-heave-ho!" Donkey and the Load of Salt. The donkey missed his step because he was too tired. "Splash!" The donkey fell into the water.
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The Donkey and the Load of Salt: Can Someone Be Too Smart for Their Own Good. (Animated Storytime) [Aesop] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The classic Aesop fable is performed by a troupe of animal actors. In The Donkey and the Load of Salt, Aesop and his troupe teach their audience that trying to use tricks may work against you.
The donkey learns that sometimes, you can be too smart for your own good.4/5. The story follows a merchant and his quick witted donkey. It starts out depicting the merchant riding his donkey who is also carrying heavy loads of salt.
The donkey realized that by falling over and spilling the salt, his load would be much lighter thus making the trip easier/5. The Donkey and The Load of Salt: Once, there lived a peddler.
The peddler sold all sorts of shoes for the farmers and pretty trinkets for their sweethearts, warm, woolly shawls to keep the women warm and sweet, sticky toffees for the children to.
Ans: A DONKEY AND ITS LOAD OF SALT. Once there was a man. He had a donkey. The donkey carried bags of salt to the city. Thus the man earned his bread. He was happy with his present lot. One day he was carrying loads of salt on the back of his donkey.
A stream lay through the way of the donkey. A Donkey and Its Load of Salt. Once there was a man. He had a donkey. The donkey carried loads of salt to the city. Thus the man earned his bread. The donkey missed his step because he was too tired.
"Splash!" The donkey fell into the water. The merchant set the donkey upright quickly. At that very same moment, the donkey realized his load became lighter as the salt melted in the water. The Donkey and the Load of Salt A wealthy merchant The donkey and the load of salt book many baskets of salt, and tied them on his donkey to carry them to market.
On the way, as they crossed a shallow river, the donkey slipped beneath his heavy load and fell into the water. By the time he scrambled to his feet again, half the salt in the baskets had been washed away. Donkey and The Salt Merchant.
Once upon a time there lived a merchant in a small village. He was a salt merchant. He had a donkey to carry the salt load to the market. He sell his salt in the market.
He had to cross a stream in the usual way to the market. A Merchant and his Donkey. One beautiful spring morning, a merchant loaded his donkey with bags of salt to go to the market, in order to sell the salt. The merchant and his donkey were walking along together. They had not walked far when they reached a river on the way.
Unfortunately, the donkey slipped and fell into the river. 84 Donkey and the Load of Salt. Once upon a time, a salt merchant moved from place to place selling salt.
One day, he was walking on a bridge over a stream with salt loaded on the back of a donkey. "Yo-ho. Yo-heave-ho!" Donkey and the Load of Salt.
The donkey missed his step because he was too tired. "Splash!" The donkey fell into the water. The Donkey and the Load of Salt | Long Long Time Ago When the donkey tries to get rid of his load of salt - in a fable by Aesop, retold by Rohini Chowdhury.
The bag of salt was very heavy and it's hard to carry the salt bag on its back, but for its oner, the donkey has to carry the salt.
One day when the donkey and the salt seller was crossing the river, the donkey fell into the river. Story with donkey load salt Ask for details ; Follow Report by Priyaghosh Log in to add a comment.
Children will be in fits of laughter with this perfect read-aloud tale of an endearing donkey. By the books final page, readers end up with a spunky, hanky-panky, cranky, stinky, dinky, lanky, honky-tonky, winky wonky, donkey. The salt merchant had to go back to the city to buy more salt.
The donkey thought of this is a good idea to get rid of the load. The next day, the donkey intentionally slips into the river. When he was pulled out, he felt lighter. The salt merchant understood the donkey trick.
He knew that donkey was falling in the river on purpose. Download file Free Book PDF THE DONKEY AND THE LOAD OF SALT:Math Quizzes from Fables Interactive for Children at Complete PDF Library.
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Once while returning with loads of salt on his back, Khandya falls in the river. He realizes that the fall has lessened the weights of the sacks as the salt has dissolved in the water/5().
The Clever Donkey. Answer: Once there was a merchant. He used to deal in salt. He possessed a donkey, who would carry heavy loads of salt to far away places.
Sometimes the donkey had to cross a stream to transport salt from one village to another. Once it so happened, that the donkey slipped and fell into the stream while carrying the load of salt.
The Donkey and the Load of Salt Story is here for the students of 1st year, especially of FSC. This is a very good bedtime story besides its importance with the point of view of education.
You can write the same story under the titles, The Salt Merchant and his Ass, The Ass and the Load of Salt and The Salt Vendor and His Donkey.Long ago there lived a merchant. He used to deal in salt. He had a donkey to carry load. He used to sell his salt loaded on the donkey.
A Donkey and Its Load of Salt. Once there was a man. He had a donkey. The donkey carried loads of salt to the city. Thus the man earned his bread. He was happy with his lot and passed life peacefully. One day the donkey was carrying a load of salt as usual.
The donkey had to cross through a stream in the way.