Understanding the Moral of the Story Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RL.2.2

Core Standard

Most stories are composed to teach the reader a lesson that they can walk away with and try to assimilate to their lives. Each person has their own set of values (things that they feel are just and those that are wrong). These collective values help people form a moral compass. We often adapt these values to everyday lives and make decisions and choices based on them. These worksheets help students learn to identify a moral be portrayed by an author in a body of work.









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