short stories for kindergarten
Sudama realized how lucky he was to have a true friend like Krishna. He didn’t even ask, but Krishna knew what Sudama wanted and gave it to him.
A nine-year-old boy was sitting at his desk in class, when suddenly, his pants felt wet, and there was a puddle at his feet. His heart almost skipped a beat, as he got worried that his classmates would see that and make fun of him.
Adventure stories with strong protagonists help children make mature decisions and focus better. Here are some must-read adventure stories:
As children see themselves are protagonists, and later enact out these stories, horror stories teach children to be powerful, face their fears and defeat evil. Here are some good horror stories and books –
“I was too busy dreaming about all the things I wanted to buy that I forgot about the pails,” she answered.
The oldest brother used to go into the forest in search of firewood to sell in the market. As he walked through the forest, he chopped off the branches of every tree, until he came upon a magical tree.
A short story is a story that is not quite as long as a novel, or even a novella. The length is usually less than 20,000 words. On the low end of the spectrum a short story floats around 1,000 words.
If your child is old enough to read without your assistance you can expect to see them develop reading skills and comprehension, become fluent with your language, and further understand how sounds are put together to form words and sentences. The act of reading has been shown to stimulate a child’s brain in ways that help them to grow into a smarter person.
A new baby has come to play. Who could it be?
Uh-oh! Zoya and Armaan have knocked over a skeleton. Can they put it all back together?
Enjoy this hilarious collection of funny children’s poems by poet Arden Davidson.
A collection of rhymes, featuring tales of extraordinary encounters with various creatures!
Gemma is a middle grade novel that follows a curious explorer and her ring-tailed lemur, Milo, as they hunt for the “most greatest treasure in the world”. Solving riddles, battling a bell-wearing jaguar, and traveling the Eight Seas, Gemma’s adventures take her from a young girl to a brave captain, whose only limits are the stars.
This quirky tale is about our most infamous character of all. If you don’t have a soufflé-baking, trumpet-blaring, sleigh-riding friend, then maybe it’s time that you met Ms. McKay. Told as a monorhyme poem. “Say what you will or say what you may, you’ll remember the day that you met Ms. McKay…”
When Mama Lion kidnaps 2 ostrich chicks , who will dare to object?
A Story of Friendship, Hospitality and Sharing, from the United States.
It’s going to be a candle-lit Christmas for Jake and his family, because the electricity is not working. How will they cook Christmas Dinner? Jake’s, best friend, a magical crow called Birdy has an idea.
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Animals You Can See at the Zoo – by Rolando Merino – An illustrated story of zoo animals with sound and animation.
Wolstencroft The Bear – by Karen Lewis – Illustrated by Michael S. Weber.