The Boys And The Frogs Story For Class X
The Boys And The Frogs Story outline
[Some school boys – playing at the edge of a pond- throwing stone-hurt the frogs in the pond- an old frog protested- the boys replied,-“We are just playing”- the old frog’s reply.]
This story writing is for the students of Madhyamik level.
THE BOYS AND THE FROGS
Once upon a time, a few boys were playing beside a pond. Some frogs happily lived in that pond. Suddenly they saw the frogs in the pond and stopped their play. Then they started throwing stones at the frogs whenever they raised their heads. They enjoyed the game. Some frogs had died from the hit of stones. At last, a young and brave frog raised his head. He said, “Dear boys, why are you throwing stones at us?” The boys replied, “We are just playing.” Then the frog said, “What is play to you is death to us.”
Moral: What’s play to one is death to another. OR
One man’s pleasure may lead to another man’s displeasure.
The Story of Frogs For Class XI
Write a story in about 150 to 200 words with the above outline
THE NAUGHTY BOYS AND THE FROGS
One day a few mischievous schoolboys were playing at the edge of a pond. A family of frogs used to live in the pond. They saw the frogs swimming there and stopped their play.
The boys hit upon a good idea and started throwing stones into the water and watching the water splash. The boys amused themselves very much. But they were enjoying, the frogs were trembling with fear. Many of the stones were big enough to hurt the frogs. The frogs thought themselves unsecure.
At last one of the oldest and bravest frogs raised his head and said, “Dear boys, why are you throwing stones at us?” “We are not throwing stones at you.” The boys replied, “We are just playing.” Then the old frog said, “What is play to you is death to us.”
Moral: One man’s sport is another man’s death. OR
One man’s joy may cause pain/sorrow to another.
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