The lion and the mouse | The hare & the tortoise – short moral stories for kids with pictures

Picture story book on Kindle

Tomzi’s – The lion and the mouse – story and kids activities – now on kindle

Kindergarten stories are loved by kindergarten kids. Stories like the story of the lion and the mouse and the story of the hare and the tortoise are much .loved.

Scroll down below to read both these stories with pictures.

Story-time is a favourite time for most children. Whether it is fairy tales, folk tales, kids fables or your own tales, children love to be read aloud to or told stories to. Many kindergarten schools even have story telling competitions for both jr kg and sr kg kids (junior and senior year of kindergarten). Whether it is for pure fun and enjoyment or whether it is to convey a value or a moral, story telling is a wonderful time and short kindergarten stories have an important role to play. Though this is the day of dynamic visual media with TV, video, computer games and the internet all vying for a child’s attention, there is nothing to beat the wholesome joy of sitting with your child and telling a story. Story time with simple stories for kindergarten and other kids is a great time to bond with your children and short kindergarten stories can be a very useful part of kindergarten. Kids fables are timeless.

20 stories for kids with moral lessons – FREE until Mar 18th

The lion and the mouse is one such kindergarten short story based on a story from Aesop’s fables. The story of the hare and the tortoise is another popular story told to kindergarten kids.There are a huge number of such short stories for kindergarten kids with morals (for both senior and junior kindergarten or LKG & UKG as called in some places). Stories for kindergarten students often entertain as well as educate. There is a wide range of picture story books for toddlers, preschool, nursery and kindergarten kids.

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