Moral Monday (MM) Challenge 1

The assignment is to write a story or fable that is fable inspired that will teach the lesson of the week. This week's lesson is:

“Treat others the way you want to be treated.”Let the story/fable teach the lesson.”

The word limit is 100 words.


Jimmy Jumper from the Jumper Rabbit family hopped into his home in the ground, crying, “Waaaa. Dottie won't play with me.”

Jimmy's mother came up to him and with concern and said, “but she has always played with you before. Why would she suddenly stop playing with you?”

“I pulled her ears and she said it hurt.”

“Jimmy, would you like it if she pulled your ears?”

“No mama.”

“Would you want to play with her if she pulled your ears?”

“No, mama.”

“Do you understand what I am telling you?”

“Yes mama, but why won't she play with me?”




Nortina, with the blog, Lovely Curses, has started a new challenge called, Moral Monday's. She has a new blog titled, for this challenge. This is the first week of the challenge and everyone is invited to participate. Are you interested? Check out the link!


69 thoughts on “Moral Monday (MM) Challenge 1

  1. Very cute PJ, loved your fabel take! The last line is very funny. Kids get the point but not always completely I guess.

  2. Love your story, Joy! Adults try to teach children things that seems simple enough for them to understand, however, it doesn’t always come across to the children as simple, so it has to be repeated over again, or perhaps find a different way of getting them to understand.I might add…Adults may need a lot of patience for this! 😱

  3. Uh-uh.. I’m missing a lot of prompts. This one is great PJ. Great story and I love how moral lessons are incorporated to each tale. You have the cutest characters. 🙂 :3

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