Slow and steady wins the race Story for all class students
You can write this story for 1. Slow and steady wins the race 2. The Tortoise and the Hare. This story is suitable for class 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, SSC, 11, 12, HSC.
Slow and steady wins the race Completing Story
Slow and steady wins the race: Once upon a time in a forest, there lived a hare who was incredibly proud of his speed. A tortoise also lived nearby, and the hare often made fun of the tortoise’s slow pace. The hare taunted, “You have as many legs as I do, but I’m sure you can’t run as fast as I can. Maybe you can’t run at all.” The tortoise became very upset and retorted, “You may be able to run quickly, but I bet you can talk even faster. I propose a race between us.” The hare accepted the challenge and said, “You’re wasting your time and mine. You know how fast I am, beating you will be as easy as plucking a blade of grass.” The tortoise replied, “I am aware of your speed, but there’s something you don’t know. I plan to use it to my advantage.” The hare was intrigued and asked, “What could that be? Tell me.” The tortoise kept it a secret, saying, “You’ll find out after the race is over.” They both approached a fox to be the judge of the race and invited other animals of the forest to join. On the day of the race, they met at a crossroads, and the judge set the rules and marked the finish line. The race began, and the hare immediately took off at top speed, leaving the tortoise far behind. As the hare reached the halfway point, he looked back, and there was no sign of the tortoise. The hare thought to himself, “I’m a fool. I’m running so fast for nothing. I’m ten times as fast as a tortoise. Why should I run so fast in the hot sun with that slow tortoise?” The hare decided to take a break and fell asleep. Meanwhile, the tortoise kept running as fast as he could. As he passed the sleeping hare, he silently continued on. The tortoise reached the finish line while the hare was still asleep. When the hare woke up, he quickly ran to the finish line but was too late, the tortoise had already won. The hare was ashamed of his boastful talk, and the tortoise was elated by his victory. This teaches us that true greatness comes from actions, not words.