HOW CRABS LOST THEIR TAILS (Class 4-5)
This is a collection of very interesting aetiological narratives, told in a captivating manner. Aetiological narratives are stories which attempt to explain why certain things are the way they are and why they happen
Suitable for learners in upper primary, class 4 and 5,
why crabs do not have tails,
why spiders have eight legs and
why cockroaches still live in people’s homes.
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