very short stories for kids with pictures
Trouble is a lot of trouble… but he’s a true friend!
Learn to read with the ‘a’ sound in this first phonics reader by Storyberries.
You may be smart, but there are people smarter than you in the world.
True friends do not distinguish between rich and poor. They are always there for you when you need them.
0-2 Yrs 2-12 Yrs 12+ Yrs Oh no! I’m not a Parent!
When children watch a funny movie clip or cartoon, they never tend to recall the underlying story behind the clip. They take the amusing anecdote for granted, laugh and move on. But in the case of a story, the valuable lessons hidden inside these funny books are hard to miss.
This interaction is important for developing a deeper connection to your child, showing them something new, and introducing a fun way to learn. It takes only a little bit of time, but do not be surprised if your child begins to ask for more picture books rather than chapter books.
Stories with pictures:
Explore Whootie Owl’s collection of free, award-winning short stories for kids in English. Our collection consists of moral stories for kids such as fairy tales and folktales from all over the world.
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.
The collection of sci-fi includes several interesting science fictions.В Enjoy story of aliens attacking earth, what happened when a race landed on a planet after several hundred years of exile from galaxy, going in the past to know the murderer, science fiction for kids in which a robo-girl returning to earth after many years, story of doomsday, and many other such awesome fictions.
Funny short stories with lots of fun and humor along with few black comedies and real life funny incidents.В Read funny fiction when in a one-sided-love he wished to kiss his dream girl, funny true life incident of a middle class family catching train in midnight, a hilarious fiction when a man’s wish was granted to become God, funny experience of a doctor in a rural hospital, hilarious incident of neighbors try to get a sneak peek from someone’s family matter, and many other such tickling stories to bring smile at your face.
3. Stimulus for writing
Many stories can act as a stimulus for creative writing, depending on level. Younger or low-level learners could use one of the simpler stories as a model for a story of their own. Learners with a higher level of English could write more complex stories, for example, their own story set in a haunted house (Where did they go? What did they see? What happened?). Other ideas for follow-up writing are writing a letter to a character, writing diary entries for a character, or writing extra dialogues between the characters.
1. Primary and Early Years
You could start your lesson by introducing the story of Goldilocks, which your learners will probably know already. If you can, try to get hold of a big storybook with illustrations. Read or tell the story to your learners, exploiting the visuals and asking questions throughout. Make sure the children understand key words for the story e.g. Goldilocks, bear, porridge, bowl, chair, bed.
Professor Perfect invites Astropup to visit the Cosmic Academy and see an incredible invention in action.
We solve the mystery of the puzzling appearance of another Astropup in the teletransporter.
Pirate’s Treasure – by Carol Moore – Illustrated by Aura Moser – A pirate in Jimmy’s dream tells him where to find buried treasure.
Alphabet – by Rolando Merino – An animated story of the alphabet.