Underline the words in the story as you find them, unscramble them and write them in the boxes below. Rachel was a shepherdess. She cared for the sheep of her father Laban. She brought the sheep to a well where the shepherds watered their sheep. She met her cousin Jacob there and he watered her sheep. She ran home and told her father. Laban went to the well and brought Jacob home with him. Jacob loved Rachel and agreed to work for Laban for seven years if he could marry her. At the end of seven years there was a wedding, but Jacob learned that he had not been given Rachel as a bride, but her older sister Leah. After a week he also married Rachel, but worked for Laban seven more years. Then he worked another six years for the cattle. When he left Laban he had eleven sons. Rachel had one son named Joseph and later had another son named Benjamin.