short moral stories for kids
Soon, the younger brother became worried and went to search for his older brother. He searched until he found him at the trunk of the tree, lying in pain with hundreds of needles on his body.
“What!” cried the ants, “Haven’t you stored any food away for the winter? What in the world were you doing all summer?”
Stories are, perhaps, the best way to teach life lessons to children. You can teach them the values and morals without being preachy.
Two parrots built a nest in a banyan tree. They lived with their two young ones, which they took good care of. The mother and the father parrot went out to gather food in the morning and came back home by evening. One day, when their parents were away, the young parrots were taken by a cruel hunter.
“Just the thing to quench my thirst,” he thought.
Don’t value the things you have in your life. But value who you have in your life.
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When he came to the surface he was conscious of little but the noisy water. Afterward he saw his companions in the sea. The oiler was ahead in the …
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Every child loves stories for different reasons – be it travelling to magical worlds or learning new things. Hence, stories are the best way to teach life lessons to children.
‘The Fox and The Grapes’ and ‘The Boy who Cried Wolf’, both the stories are among ‘The Aesop’s Fables’. Aesop’s Fables are well known for preaching timeless moral lessons. Watch this video to know what these fables are trying to teach your child.