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IGG GROW and FLY: Choice Challenge 14

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Learn the positive effects of always telling the truth


Song and Story included with this activity (see attached file)


An honest person is someone who tells the truth. An honest person does not cheat, steal or lie. An honest person keeps his/her promises. An honest person always does their best to complete a job to the best of his/her ability.

1. Have all the Ladybirds make a large circle.
2. Two of the Ladybirds form a bridge in the middle of the circle by holding hands and raising their arms.
3. The Ladybirds travel under the bridge and when they’ve finished singing the song (on the following page) the bridge lowers to capture the Ladybird going through.
4. That Ladybird has to give an example of a time when she has been honest.

After the song, read the story ‘The Boy Who Cried Wolf’ (on the following page) and discuss how important it is to tell the truth.

Story It www.storyit.com/Classics/Stories/boycriedwolf.htm


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