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In the Classroom
Bebop with Aesop
Life may be different for youth today, but some things haven’t changed in 2,000 years. Don’t put off until tomorrow, Look before you Leap, Beware of the Company you Keep . . . these life lessons from Aesop’s Fables provide a great springboard for discussions with middle school students. Charleston Day 6th graders read Aesop’s Fables as part of their study of Ancient Greece. They performed them tonight for their families with music and dance. Well done, 6th grade!