The Panchatantra is an ancient collection of Indian animal fables. Each tale uses imagery to explain a moral or idea. In this story, "The Fish That Were Too Clever," two fish and a frog make different choices in response to a perceived threat. After reading the story, children will write what they think the theme of the story is, and how it relates to today. Designed for fifth graders and other learners, this reading comprehension worksheet is an engaging way to invite children to identify the theme of a story and how it may connect to their own lives.