Weekly Trust : 2020-08-01

Young Trusters : 22 : 22

Young Trusters

22 Weekend Saturday, August 1, 2020 M A G A Z IN E Hi there, how are you making yourselves engaged during this very long break? I encourage you to maximise the break and study what you have learnt so far in school and also learn new skills for you to succeed in the future. You should also try to read a book or three during this break. Remember to be mindful of your health and stay safe. Story, Story... Love, THE DOG AT THE WELL A dog and her pups lived on a farm, where there was a well. The mother dog told the pups, do not go near the well or play around it. One of the pups wondered why they shouldn’t go to the well and decided to explore it. He went to the well. Climbed up the wall and peeked inside. 21 Short Moral Stories For Kids To Read Short Stories are a great way to teach essential life morals and values to kids. Read the best short moral stori... In there, he saw his reflection and thought it was another dog. The pup saw that the other dog in the well (his reflection) was doing whatever he was doing, and got angry for imitating him. He decided to fight with the dog and jumped into the well, only to find no dog there. He barked and barked and swam until the farmer came and rescued him. The pup had learned his lesson. Always listen to what the elders say. Question them, but do not defy them. Moral: Young readers’ collection Jokes Tongue twister Cereal Superfan S Whether the weather be fine or whether the weather be not, whether the weather be cold or whether the weather be hot, we’ll weather the weather whatever the weather, whether we like it or not. tephen Rice is a cereal superfan. So when his supply of Cracklewhe­at, Corncrunch, Toastyoats and Choc-onot-hoops runs out, Stephen is devastated. But there’s a competitio­n to win a lifetime supply - if Stephen can build the perfect cereal... Answer to last week Riddle It wasn’t raining. Answer to brain teaser Riddle A kite. What travels around the world but stays in one spot? Brain teaser What can you catch but not throw? This hilarious story from Julia Donaldson is perfect for children who are learning to read by themselves. It features engaging illustrati­ons and quirky characters young readers will find hard to resist. Suitable for readers from age 6 and above. Ten words from Foundation Out Find Food Font Notion Anoint Daunt Unfit Donation Fountain

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