Stories about helpfulness
There are many stories online that can teach kids the value of helpfulness. One such story is “The Little Red Hen.” In this story, a little red hen finds a grain of wheat and asks for help from her animal friends in order to plant it. None of her friends are willing to help, so the little red hen does it herself. She then asks for help again when it is time to harvest the wheat, but once again, her friends are not willing to help. The little red hen is forced to do everything herself, but she is eventually rewarded with a delicious loaf of bread. This story teaches kids that it is important to be helpful, even when it is not easy.
Another story that can teach kids about helpfulness is “The Boy Who Cried Wolf.” In this story, a boy who is supposed to be watching over a flock of sheep gets bored and decides to play a trick on the villagers by crying out that a wolf is coming. The villagers come running, but of course there is no wolf. The boy does this a few more times before finally crying out that a wolf is really coming. This time, the villagers don‘t believe him and don‘t come to help. When the wolf actually does come, the boy is forced to defend the sheep on his own. This story teaches kids that it is important to be truthful, because if you lie too much, people will stop believing you, even when you are telling the truth.
These are just a few of the stories that can teach kids about helpfulness. By reading these stories, kids can learn that it is important to be helpful to others, even when it is not easy.
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