short bedtime stories for kids
Bedtime stories also teach your child in ways that are similar to fables, myths, and fairy tales. Reading bedtime stories is a compelling way of helping your child grow into a well-shaped individual. The fun part about bedtime stories is that you can make one up yourself and craft it into something unique and special. A special story goes a long way for a child with open ears, and you will become a source of great interest for your children.
Telling bedtime stories is beneficial. Your child will find sleep coming in a peaceful way with a great story in their ears. It engages their imagination while giving them good dream material, and has been shown to calm down a busy child. Children do tend to be worked up at times, especially at night, and a nice story will put their fears to rest and allow them much-needed relaxation. You can make a story that shows them that the monster under their bed is not so bad, or that the shadows on their wall are their friends. The possibilities are endless with creative solutions to any nighttime issue.
Above you will find some of our favorite stories to share at bedtime. These bedtime stories for kids are perfect to share with a child at bedtime to promote positive values. With themes of cooperation, friendship, kindness, and a little magic, these short stories for kids are sure to please your little one as they drift off into pleasant dreams.
A Story of Courage, Learning and Love.
A collection of rhymes, featuring tales of extraordinary encounters with various creatures!
Teju is afraid… until his mother shows him how to conquer his fears.
Kids Bedtime Short Stories: Lino the Lamp is afraid of the dark
Lino the Lamp is a night lamp. Every night, Lino dreads the moment he is switched off just when Mrs. Lee is about to sleep. He is a lamp, after all, and is not used to being in the dark.
Ali Alarm Clock needs to hold Lino down as he gets on the verge of a panic attack! ‘Help! I can’t see!’
‘Shush!’ Ali will say. ‘You will wake everyone up.’
‘Isn’t that better so we are not left in the dark?’ Lino will say.
Lino the Lamp is afraid of the dark. There are lots of horrible things that could happen:
– maybe there will be a big tiger that will jump from behind and scratch him to shreds
– maybe there will be monsters that will sneak up from underneath and eat him alive
– maybe there will be vampire bats that will come down from the ceiling and attack him
– or even worse. there may be aliens that will kidnap him and use his parts for their spaceship!
This is a book full of rhyming verses and colourful illustrations. It tells children that life is a balance of both, good and bad things, but can be fun if you want it to be. Each verse tells children about different stages of life and the choices they can make to deal with the various situations they face. It teaches the children that they have to decide where to go and what to do in life. It also says that life is not always going to be easy, but the children can face any situation and keep moving ahead.
Love for reading begins at home. Here’s how you can make story time the most looked forward to part of your child’s day:
A costly Diamond, that had once sparkled in a lady’s ring, lay in a field amid tall grasses and oxeye daisies. Just above it, was a big Dewdrop that clung timidly to a nodding grass-blade. Overhead, the blazing sun shone in all his noonday glory. Ever since the first pink blush of dawn, the modest […]
Once upon a time, a Tortoise lived in a pond with two Ducks, who were her very good friends. She enjoyed the company of the Ducks, because she could talk with them to her heart’s content; the Tortoise liked to talk. She always had something to say, and she liked to hear herself say it. […]
The Sticks Once in a kingdom, there were two boys named Tom and Robert. They lived on a farm. Robert was the elder brother. They would always fight. When their father buys something for Tom, Robert would get angry and fight and vice versa. One day their father decided to have a competition. There was Display
If I had a sister, we would play dolls, dance, have fun, play, and make a snowman in the soft snow. On Easter, I would let her find the most eggs, and I would help her pick apples from a tall tree that I can reach. At Christmas time, I would share my toys with Display
In number 5 I thought;
I love jumping on beds! And it won’t let yo go to sleep so I might as well jump with it, the springs are bouncier with two people!!
Then I read it again and it said; “Don’t let it know that you’re not asleep” and I thought;
“Well that’s boring. It might get a bit lonely! What happens if it knows you’re awake??”
Good stories… This are the best :* love them.
On hearing this, the neighbor threw the big stone into the pit and said, “If that is the case, save the stone. It is as worthless as the gold you have lost”.
All the animals thanked the lion for saving them from the monster and lived happily together.
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