very short bedtime stories

When you stand round the Christmas tree and look longingly at the toys hanging from the prickly branches, it does not occur to you to ask why it is always this particular tree that is so honoured at Christmas. The dark green Fir looks so majestic when laden with bright toys and lit up by […]
One lovely summer morning, just as the sun rose, two travellers started on a journey. They were both strong young men, but one was a lazy fellow and the other was a worker. As the first sunbeams came over the hills, they shone on a great castle standing on the heights, as far away as […]

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Children are always active, and it can be hard to put them to sleep at times. This is when a good story can come to your aid. It helps you prepare your kids for bedtime, and they’ll even look forward to it if there are good stories to hear. Below, are some of the stories that you could read out to them.
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If you are wondering, no, I do not make up bedtime stories for my daughter. She doesn’t want bedtime stories. She demands original bedtime *songs* on themes of her choosing.
My son and I took turns making up bedtime stories on those nights. I noticed from his stories that he didn’t place as much emphasis on character development or plot as I did. Also, my son’s stories tended to be only a few sentences long. I took his lead and started telling incredibly short bedtime stories. My son enjoys them, and I can tell a bunch without keeping him up past his bedtime.

Once upon a time there lived a girl named Lily. She loved cupcakes. So she decided to make cupcakes with her brother. His name was Rahul. Rahul and Lily began making their cupcakes. “What all ingredients do we need Rahul?” Lily asked. “We need coco powder, flour, water, oil, sugar, a pinch of salt, baking Display
The Candle I was in the basement of my grandma’s house when my grandma called for me to come upstairs. I ran up and she said she was leaving, but my cousin Shayla was coming over. Well my grandma left and I stayed upstairs watching TV for a bit until Shayla came. My grandma had Display

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A Bedtime Story of Friendship and Love.
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.

That’s the power of storytelling. Here’s a list of 7 funny night time stories that your kid will love and transform her into a cheerful little devil.
Kids love stories. Period. I am yet to meet a kid who does not listen to stories with rapt attention, forgetting everything else. Every good story leaves the audience craving for more. And what better than those fun filled stories that make the kids burst into peals of laughter while giving them invaluable nuggets of wisdom.

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“Ann Can’t Sleep” is the first of our short bedtime stories – beautiful animated bedtime stories for kids about companionship, friends, and a little girl who just can’t fall asleep. Which of her toys will help her get to slumberland?
Falling asleep is always a challenge for kids with big imaginations. Would it be easier if you tried some guided imagery and cuddled up with one of your favorite toys? Which toy would you choose to help you relax and drift off quickly? But some toys make you think of dancing, playing or driving around – They are no good for sleep meditation. When you’re trying to have a good night sleep, which play mate is your best friend?

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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!

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We live in the house next door to you. We seem like a normal family. During the day, we go to work, we go to school, we wave hello as we pass you in the street. But at night, when you go to bed, we lock our doors, we close our curtains, we peel off our skin and sit around in our shiny white bones.
My big bro (9 years older than me) used to legit read these to me before I went to sleep. Now my family wonders why I’m so weird. -_-