A Thirsty Crow completing story
Complete the following story with the cue. Give a suitable title to it.
Where There Is a Will, There Is a Way/A Thirsty Crow
It was a summer day and a crow became very thirsty. It began to move here and there in search of drinking water but in vain. The crow did not lose hope. It, at last, noticed a jar at a little distance.
It at once flew to it but there was a little water at the bottom of the jar. The water of the jar was not reachable to the crow.
He became very frustrated. He was at a loss what to do. He looked around and saw some pebbles. Then an excellent idea came to his mind.
He picked up the pebbles one by one with his beak. He dropped them into the pitcher. Soon the water came up to the mouth of the pitcher.
The crow drank the water and flew away happily. So, we learn from the story that we should never be frustrated in any situation.
Completing story Necessity is the Mother of Invention
Read the beginning of the following story and complete it in your own way. Give a title to the story.
Once upon a time, a crow was very thirsty. It flew from place to place in search of water but unfortunately it did not find any water. All of a sudden, it saw - - - - - - .
Once upon a time, a crow was very thirsty. It flew from place to place in search of water but unfortunately it did not find any water. All of a sudden, it saw a pitcher. It peeped into the pitcher and saw that there was a little water at the bottom of the pitcher.
It tried to drink some water but its bill could not reach the water. It tried again and again but in vain. It became very sad and hopeless.
Suddenly, it saw some pebbles near the pitcher. A good idea came into its mind. The crow picked up the pebbles and dropped them into the pitcher one by one.
As a result, the water came up to the brim. The crow then drank water from it to his heart's content and flew away with a joyful mind. Thus, its cleverness helped it satisfy its thirst.