Why was the ugly duckling unhappy?
One evening, as all of the ducks in the pond had gone to sleep, the ugly duckling decided that it was time for him to leave. He knew he was causing his mother distress and he did not want to live in a place where he felt unwanted.
Why did the animals make fun of the ugly duckling?
The Ugly Duckling Story The story begins with the eggs of a mother duck hatching. Baby ducklings emerge from their shells and one them looks different from the rest. The other ducklings and animals on the farm make fun of him because he is an ‘ugly duckling,’ so he runs away from home.
What finally made the duckling happy?
On his way, the ugly duckling stumbled across a farmer who took pity on him and offered him food and shelter. However, the duckling was terrified of the farmer’s mischievous children, so he escaped the place. At last, as spring arrived the duckling was happy that he could start swimming again in the lake.
Why was the Ugly Duckling afraid to look at his own reflection?
(c) Why was the ugly duckling afraid to look at his own reflection? Ans. The ugly duckling was afraid to look at his own reflection because whenever he looked at his own reflection, he thought, ‘I look so ugly’ !
Why did the other ducklings not play with the GREY duckling?
Well, the grey duckling certainly wasn’t pretty, and since he ate far more than his brothers, he was outgrowing them. As the days went by, the poor ugly duckling became more and more unhappy. His brothers didn’t want to play with him, he was so clumsy, and all the farmyard folks simply laughed at him.
What can we learn from stories?
Stories can help children learn about concepts such as shape, size, space and colour, up and down, inside and outside, numbers and the names of objects. They can also teach children about everyday tasks, such as how to brush their teeth, taking care of animals, cleaning and tidying and preparing food.
How do I teach my child to tell a story?
Stimulate story ideas by asking direct questions about emotionally charged experiences that resolved well. For example, ask “What was the best present you ever got?” When they start telling, help them elaborate the story by gently asking for details. Tell them you want to see the story in your imagination.