A thirsty crow short story in English with moral lesson

A thirsty crow finds a way to reach the water in a pitcher by dropping pebbles into it.Moral:Necessity is the mother of invention. Very short story

IntroductionI :

In this blog post, I will discuss the story of the thirsty crow. I will explain the moral of the story, which is that necessity is the mother of invention. I will also provide some tips on how to be more creative and resourceful in your own life.

The thirsty crow short story in English



The thirsty crow short story in English with moral lesson for class 5 ,6,7,8


Once there  was a thirsty crow. He was very thirsty. He flew here and there in search of water but could not find it anywhere. At last he reached a garden. 


There was a pitcher in-the garden with very little water in it. He tried to drink the water but did not succeed. He thought about how he could solve that problem. 


He saw some pebbles lying nearby. Just then, an idea struck his mind. He threw some pebbles into the pitcher one by one. The water rose up. He drank it and flew away.


Moral of the story

  1. God helps those who help themselves
  2. Necessity is the mother of invention




Conclusion :


The moral of the story is that necessity is the mother of invention. When the crow was thirsty, he had to find a way to get water. He couldn't just give up and die. He had to use his intelligence and creativity to solve the problem.


The crow's story is a reminder that we should never give up, no matter how difficult things may seem. We should always try to find a way to solve the problem. We can learn from the crow's example and use our creativity and resourcefulness to overcome challenges in our own lives.

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