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|1.06 LITTLE BY LITTLE DOES THE TRICK Even the smallest does count, Little or |
small has its sound, A drop of water or a stick, A thin thread or a brick.  - 1
Drops of water fill the ocean, Small bricks make a house, Together sticks or thin ...
|Math Pose a story problem such as: If the pitcher had 10 inches of water when |
half full, how many inches would it have if it were full? Classroom Conversations
Teacher: . . What might "little by little does the trick" mean? Molly: .... I think it
|LITTLE Related States & Conditions: Appearance/Form, Autonomy/Control, |
Being/Essence/Soul, Humility/Modesty, Limitation, Moderation, ... 563-483 BCE ~
The Dhammapada, Thomas Cleary, tr., 1994 Little by little does the trick. ~ Aesop,
|Little by little does the trick. 1906 Franklin T. Baker, George Carpenter, and |
Katharine Owen, Second Year Language Reader (New York: Macmillan) 2 (the
moral at the end of the Aesopic fable “The Crow and the Pitcher”): “Little by little
|Quotes about Things and Little Things from QuotationsBook.com Little by little |
does the trick. - Aesop What we call little things are merely the causes of great
things; they are the beginning, the embryo, and it is the point of departure which,
|The other flowers told the kind little gentian that she was foolish; that when the |
sun shone upon her she would droop for want of the dew she had ... Read the
story of the Crow and the Pitcher and you will see that "Little by little does the trick
|It is the greatest of all mistakes to do nothing because you can only do little. Do |
what you can.... — Sydney Smith Little by little does the trick.. -Aesop Sometimes
when I consider what tremendous consequences come from little things.
Larry Chang, Roderick Terry - 2007 - Full view
|Larry Chang, Roderick Terry. LITTLE 235 LITTLE Little by little does the trick. ~ |
Aesop, fl. c. 550 BCE ~ “The Crow and the Pitcher” You aspire to great things?
Begin with little ones. ~ Augustine of Hippo, 354-430 ~ Small showers fill the
|French proverb “Little by little does the trick.” — Aesop “Do little things now; so |
shall big things come to thee by and by asking to be done.” — Persian proverb “
Vast is the mighty ocean, but drops have made it vast.” — Martin Tupper “Like ...
|Go slowly. And remember the moral of Aesop's muchloved tale ofthe crow and |
the pitcher: “Little by little does the trick.” Tryingto make huge changes in a short
space oftime is almost always a recipe for failure. Occasionally we might manage