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Stories are, perhaps, the best way to teach life lessons to children. You can teach them the values and morals without being preachy.
In his happiness, Midas went and hugged his daughter, and before he realized, he turned her into a lifeless, golden statue! Aghast, Midas ran back to the garden and called for Dionysus. He begged the god to take away his power and save his daughter. Dionysus gives Midas a solution to change everything back to how it was before the wish. Midas learned his lesson and lived the rest of his life contended with what he had.

short children stories, Language Skills Abroad
A child and her mother have a very busy day at the markets.
Teju is afraid… until his mother shows him how to conquer his fears.

short children stories, Language Skills Abroad
While drawing in class to avoid listening to a story from his painfully boring teacher at Stagwood School, 12-year old Cal sees a frog staring at him through the window. Odder than that is the fact that this frog happens to be wearing glasses.
Ages 3-5, Narrated, Read Along

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Here’s a famous story that Flintobox recreated with colourful illustrations and animations! Your child is sure to love it

Short stories typically include:
A child who reads tends to do better in school than one who does not. This is vital if you wish for your child to succeed in school. Reading and language comprehension make up the foundation of scholarly pursuits. Keep that in mind!

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A Story of Charity, Compassion and Justice, from England.
What better way to teach morals then through magical short stories for kids. Our bedtime stories have been kid-tested and kid-approved. Kids loves our stories and parents love the special time they spend reading with them each night. Our bedtime stories and all our stories for kids are read by children of different ages to ensure reading level as well as understanding are accurate.

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Seeing no other way, the elephant kicked the tiger and scared him away. Upon hearing of the brave tale, the other animals agreed, “You are just the right size to be our friend.”
Moral stories offer several benefits for children of all ages. They work to engage your child’s imagination, are entertaining, and can make your little one smile. Short moral stories work well at getting your child’s attention, keeping them focused during the length of the story.

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Our short moral stories for kids are multicultural and feature positive messages! You will find funny stories, riddle stories, sad stories and more! These stories for kids are inspirational, interesting and promote positive moral qualities. All the stories for kids found in our collection are perfect for teaching themes such as Kindness, Courage, Friendship and Gratitude.

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The Journey of the Noble Gnarbleby Daniel ErricoIllustrated by Christian Colabelli – Deep below the ocean waves a gnarble fish dreams of seeing the sun and sky. Also available at Amazon in hardcover and Kindle editions.
Pirate’s Treasureby Carol MooreIllustrated by Aura Moser – A pirate in Jimmy’s dream tells him where to find buried treasure.

Our first ever original tale: A whale and a bird fall in love. Everything is perfect. But the world doesn’t stop turning just because a bird and a whale fall in love. Soon they need to fight to stay together. A story for adults as much as children.
Some well-known children’s stories translated into French and spoken by a native French speaker. Great for kids. and adults too! Read along in French or English.

Resources:

http://www.storyberries.com/category/5-min-stories/
http://www.freechildrenstories.com/
http://flintobox.com/blog/child-development/fantastic-stories-for-kids
http://www.studentuk.com/category/short-stories/
http://www.storiestogrowby.org/bedtime-stories-kids-free/
http://momlovesbest.com/short-moral-stories-kids
http://www.storiestogrowby.org/
http://www.magickeys.com/books/
http://www.thefrenchexperiment.com/stories
http://top.gg/bot/hydra