Top 10 Very Short Stories With Morals
These Top 10 Very Short Stories with morals in English not only inspire your kid but also teach your kid Unity, Kindness, Respect and Responsibility. Short moral stories for kids teach the kids life lessons in most easiest and unique way.
A group of children would play in the garden belonging to a giant each day after school. One day, the giant returns home from a seven year visit to his friend, a Cornish ogre. Furious at finding the children trespassing, he chases them out and proceeds to build a wall around his garden.
“Morals: Happiness through true love and selflessness.
Once upon a time, far, far away, there lived a king who had a beautiful daughter who was a princess. They lives in a castle surrounded by a large forest. For her birthday one year, the king gave her a golden ball as a present. It was her favorite toy. In the middle of the forest there was a very big pond.
“Morals: Keep your promises.”
One day, a mother duck felt her eggs begin to shake. One by one, the eggs cracked open.Eight yellow ducklings poked out their heads. “Peep, peep,” they said.“Quack, quack!” said Mother Duck.But one egg did not crack—one very big egg.
“Morals: Don’t judge a book by its cover or treat people differently because they look different.”
Once a hungry wolf was in search of his prey. He spotted a goat. ‘Oh it will be wonderful to have this fat goat as my meal’. The goat spotted the hungry wolf.’The wolf is coming in my direction. I better run and save my life. The goat started to run. Before the poor goat can escape, the wolf pounced and instantly killed him.
“Morals: Expect No reward for serving the wicked.”
One day, a little rabbit says to his mother, “There are a lot of mushrooms on the mountain slope. Let me pick some for you, all right?”. The mother rabbit says, “It’s good that you want to help me. But remember, don’t go too far away.” “All right, Mother,” says the little rabbit.
“Morals: Think Smartly and Wisely.”
A long time ago, there was a huge apple tree. A little boy loved to come and play around it everyday. He climbed to the treetop, ate the apples, and took a nap under the shadow. He loved the tree and the tree loved to play with him. Time went by, the little boy had grown up and he no longer played around the tree every day.
There lived a Crocodile in a lake surrounded by green grasses, sweetest jamun trees and beautiful mountains. The Monkey and the Crocodile became friends with each other. The Crocodile would visit the Monkey each day. The Monkey used to offer him with sweet jamun fruits from the tree.
“Moral of the story: “The person who wants to cheat others will be cheated and loose everything”.
One day two cats found a loaf of bread. Both the cats wanted the bread so they began fighting. They clawed at each other and fought for long. Along came a monkey. “Why are you fighting?” he asked. The cats snarled, “We are fighting because we both want to eat the bread.” The monkey asked, “Why don’t you share it?”
Morals: “When two people fight the third one always gets the profit.”
One day, Ramu had to leave for another village. So his mother said, Child, since there is a forest on the way, do not go alone. Take your friend with you. It is said, it is always better to be double than single. Ramu’s best friend was Shyamu. Shyamu readily agreed to go with Ramu. They left for next village.
“Morals: Friend in need is friend indeed.”
A selfish fox once invited a stork to dinner at his home in a hollow tree. That evening, the stork flew to the fox’s home and knocked on the door with her long beak. The fox opened the door and said, “Please come in and share my food.”
Moral of the story: “A selfish act can backfire on you.”