Moral Stories For Kindergarten

Moral Stories For Kindergarten



Welcome to the magical world of the Top 100 Moral Stories For Kindergarten, a delightful collection of moral stories for kindergarten that can be read online absolutely for free. These stories have been curated to introduce your little ones to the fundamental virtues and values of kindness, honesty, courage, and more. Moral Stories For Kindergarten are not only essential for teaching our budding young minds about right and wrong, but they also foster empathy and understanding towards others. Each tale is beautifully crafted with simple language and captivating illustrations which help the children visualize and internalize the moral values they convey. Children will surely adore these stories, not just because of their fascinating characters and thrilling plots, but also due to their relatable situations and lessons that echo in their day-to-day life. So, sit back, get ready to dive into these wonderful tales that not only entertain but also educate our future leaders.

Top 100 Moral Stories For Kindergarten

  1. The Three Little Pigs: Once upon a time, an old mother pig had three piglets. She sent them out to find their own luck. The first pig built a house of straw, but a big bad wolf blew it down. The second pig built a house of sticks, but the wolf blew that down too. The third pig built a house of bricks and the wolf couldn’t blow it down. The pigs worked together and scared the wolf away. They lived happily ever after in the safe, strong brick house. You can download the ebook to read this story offline or print it.
  2. Minnie and the Dwarfs: Once there was a mother with two little daughters. The mother had to work hard to provide for her family, but her daughters were very helpful and kept the house nice and clean. One day, the mother became sick and the family needed money. The older daughter, Minnie, decided to go out and find work. She came across a small house in the forest and went inside to rest. But the house was messy and dirty, so Minnie cleaned it up. When twelve dwarfs returned home, they were amazed and grateful for Minnie’s help. They asked her to stay and clean their house while their fairy housekeeper was away. Minnie agreed and worked diligently every day. On the last day, Minnie was tempted to leave some dust under the rug, but she heard a little voice telling her to clean it properly. When she did, she discovered twelve gold coins hidden underneath. The dwarfs rewarded Minnie for her hard work and she used the gold to help her family. Minnie never saw the dwarfs again, but she learned the valuable lesson of always doing her work faithfully. Kindergarten teachers can use this story to teach children about the importance of responsibility and the rewards of hard work.
  3. The Little Engine That Could: In this story, there is a heavy train that needs to be pulled up a steep hill. The people in charge ask different engines if they can do it, but they all find it difficult. However, a new engine believes it can do it and repeats to itself, “I think I can.” It starts pulling the train and keeps repeating those words as it climbs the hill. Despite getting tired, the engine doesn’t give up and eventually reaches the top. It celebrates its success and continues its journey. The story teaches children the importance of believing in themselves and persevering even when things are challenging.
  4. Snow-white and Rose-red: This is a story about two sisters, Snow-white and Rose-red, who live with their mother in a cottage. They are kind and helpful to all the animals they meet in the forest. One day, a bear comes to their door seeking shelter from the cold. The girls and their mother welcome the bear and he becomes their friend. Eventually, the bear reveals that he is a prince who was cursed by a wicked dwarf. With the help of the girls, the bear is able to defeat the dwarf and break the curse. The prince marries Snow-white, and his brother marries Rose-red. They all live happily together, and the two rose-trees in their garden continue to bloom with beautiful white and red roses. You can download an ebook of the story from the link provided.
  5. Nim-Nim’s Golden Wings: There once was a little fairy named Nim-nim who wanted to earn her golden wings. She went on a journey with the Queen to find good deeds to do. At first, Nim-nim didn’t see the value in helping poor and humble people, but as she started doing kind things, she became happy and forgot about the wings. Eventually, the Queen rewarded Nim-nim with her golden wings, which shone brightly because of her kind deeds. Nim-nim learned the importance of doing acts of kindness no matter where she found them.
  6. The Ugly Duckling: Once upon a time, there was an ugly duckling who was teased by the other animals on the farm. Even his own mother didn’t want him. So, the duckling decided to leave and live in the swamp alone. One winter, he got frozen in the ice, but a farmer found him and took him home. However, he still felt afraid and flew back to the swamp. In the spring, he discovered that he had transformed into a beautiful swan. The children in the garden thought he was the most beautiful of them all. The ugly duckling realized how happy he had become and forgot about his difficult past.
  7. Raggedy Ann And The Strange Dolls: This story is about Raggedy Ann, a beloved doll with yarn hair and shoe-button eyes. Two new dolls, Annabel-Lee and Thomas, arrive and make fun of Raggedy Ann’s appearance. The other dolls defend Raggedy Ann and show kindness towards her. Later, Annabel-Lee and Thomas feel ashamed of their behavior and realize the importance of kindness. They apologize to Raggedy Ann and everyone lives happily together. The story teaches children the importance of not judging others based on their appearance and the value of kindness and forgiveness. It is available to download as a PDF.
  8. The Tale of Pigling Bland: Once upon a time, there was a family of pigs, including four little boy pigs and four little girl pigs. They were always causing mischief, except for Spot and Pigling Bland. Aunt Pettitoes decided to send the naughty ones away and keep Spot and Pigling Bland at home. But when Pigling Bland and Alexander went to market, they got into trouble and had to find their way back home. Along the way, they met a pig named Pig-wig who had been stolen. Together, they made their way back home and lived happily ever after. This story teaches children about the consequences of naughty behavior and the importance of making good choices.
  9. Little Red Riding Hood: Once upon a time, there was a sweet little girl named Little Red Riding Hood. Her grandmother gave her a red velvet hat, and everyone loved her in it. One day, Little Red Riding Hood went to bring her grandmother wine and biscuits because she was sick. Her mother warned her to stay on the path and be polite. But when Little Red Riding Hood encountered a wolf in the forest, she didn’t know he was dangerous. The wolf tricked her into going off the path and made his way to the grandmother’s house. He ate the grandmother and disguised himself in her clothes. When Little Red Riding Hood arrived, she was confused by the strange behavior of her grandmother. She soon realized that the wolf had eaten her grandmother and then swallowed her too. Luckily, a hunter came by and rescued them by cutting open the wolf’s belly. They filled the wolf’s belly with stones, and he never woke up again. Little Red Riding Hood learned her lesson and promised to always stay on the path and listen to her mother.
  10. Uncle Wiggily And The Measles: Once upon a time, there was a boy who didn’t like going to school. He always tried to come up with excuses to stay home. One day, he pretended that he couldn’t go to school because the boy across the street had the measles and he might catch it too. His mother told him that he couldn’t get the measles so quickly and sent him to school. Determined to stay home, the boy painted red spots on his face with his sister’s paints. His mother believed he had the measles and let him stay home. However, being stuck inside became boring, so the boy sneaked out to play. He chased after Uncle Wiggily, a rabbit, and Grandpa Goosey, a goose. To escape, Grandpa Goosey splashed water on the boy’s face, washing off the red spots. When his mother discovered the trick, she was disappointed but still let him stay home. However, she made him promise to study hard and never try to skip school again. Eventually, the boy learned his lesson and became a diligent student.
  11. How Mr. Fox was saved by his Friends: In this story, Mr. Fox has plenty of food while his friends in the woods are hungry. Despite having a well-filled pantry, Mr. Fox refuses to share with his friends. One night, he decides to have a feast all by himself, but he falls asleep too close to the fire and his coat catches on fire. His friends come to his rescue and put out the fire, saving his house. Mr. Fox realizes the importance of friendship and promises to share his food with his friends in the future. The story teaches the value of being kind and helpful to others, especially when they are in need.
  12. The Little Thief in the Pantry: In this story, a little mouse named Greywhiskers disobeys his mother and sneaks into the pantry to eat tasty treats. He nibbles on a birthday cake and gets caught in a trap when he tries to eat some cheese. The cook plans to drown him, but kind-hearted Ethel sets him free. Greywhiskers learns his lesson and promises to always listen to his mother. The story teaches kids about the importance of obedience and the consequences of disobeying.
  13. Emborg And The Animals: Emborg goes out on her own to find a birthday present for her mother. Along the way, she meets friendly animals who give her gifts without taking her money. A horse comes to her aid and helps her carry all the gifts back home. Emborg learns the joy of giving and the kindness of animals. The story emphasizes the importance of gratitude and kindness towards others.
  14. The Frog Prince: Once upon a time, a princess lost her golden ball in a pond. A frog appeared and offered to help her if she would be his friend. The princess agreed, but once she got her ball back, she forgot about the frog. The frog followed her home and reminded her of her promise. Reluctantly, she let the frog into her home and even into her bed. But when she threw the frog against the wall, he turned into a handsome prince. They fell in love and lived happily ever after. You can download the story as a PDF to read on your phone or print it out.
  15. The Little Lazy Boy: Once upon a time, there was a little boy named Bojr who was very lazy and didn’t like going to school or doing work. He loved playing and chasing after bees and birds. One day, he met a bee and asked it to stay and play with him, but the bee had to go to work and collect honey. Then Bojr saw a swallow and asked it to play, but the swallow had to fly and tell everyone that spring was coming. Feeling sad, Bojr talked to a wise old dog who told him that even animals have to work. This made Bojr realize the importance of working hard and learning. He decided to go to school and study, becoming the best reader in his class. From then on, Bojr worked hard and appreciated the value of playtime after a day of hard work. If you’d like to read this story offline or print it, you can download the eBook here: [link to downloadable PDF].
  16. Mr. Bear’s Farewell Party: Mr. Bear is preparing for his winter sleep and decides to throw a farewell supper for his animal friends. They feast on delicious food and enjoy the evening. After everyone leaves, Billy Possum and Tim Raccoon offer to help Mr. Bear clean up and stay with him until he goes to sleep. Little do they know, Mr. Bear discovers that they have locked him out of his own house. When he finally gets in, he finds them sleeping in his bed wearing his nightcap. Mr. Bear teaches them a lesson by throwing them out the window, and they learn not to play tricks on him again. You can download the ebook version of the story to read offline.
  17. The Skipping Shoes: Once there was a little girl named Kitty who never wanted to do what people asked her. One day, her mother gave her a pair of magical shoes that made her do things she didn’t want to do. The shoes took her on errands and made her be kind to others. At the end of the day, the shoes stopped working, but Kitty had learned her lessons and continued to be kind and helpful to others. Download the ebook to read and enjoy the story offline.
  18. Pinocchio: Once upon a time, there was a kind shoemaker named Gepetto. He found a special piece of wood that came to life when he started carving it. Gepetto created a wooden doll named Pinocchio and wanted him to go to school. To buy a reading book, Gepetto sold his coat. But Pinocchio got distracted and ended up selling his book for a puppet show ticket. Along his journey, Pinocchio encountered con men and turned into a donkey. Eventually, he was reunited with his father and saved by a fairy. In the end, Pinocchio became a real boy, and they lived happily ever after.
  19. Mabel on Midsummer Day: Once upon a time, a young girl named Mabel helped her grandmother with chores while her sister was sick. Mabel showed kindness and respect to the fairies that lived in the woods and by the well, and they granted her gifts in return. With the fairies’ blessings, Mabel’s sister made a miraculous recovery, and Mabel continued to be a loving and helpful girl throughout her life. You can download an ebook of the story to read offline or print.
  20. Jack and the Beanstalk: In this story, Jack is a curious and imaginative boy who lives on a farm with his father. Their only possession is their cow, but when the cow stops giving milk, Jack’s father sends him to town to sell it. On his way, Jack meets an old man who offers him magical beans in exchange for the cow. Although Jack’s mother is upset, Jack plants the beans, and overnight a gigantic beanstalk grows. Jack climbs the beanstalk and discovers a castle that once belonged to his father. With the help of a fairy, Jack bravely faces a giant and retrieves a chicken that lays golden eggs and a talking harp. In the end, Jack defeats the giant, reclaims the castle, and brings magic back to his life. The story teaches children about bravery, believing in magic, and the importance of doing what is right.
  21. Mrs. Elephant’s Moonlight Dance: In the forest, all the animals gathered under the moonlight for a dance competition. Mrs. Elephant, Mrs. Kangaroo, and Mrs. Leopard each believed they would win. Mrs. Elephant secretly practiced her dance steps with the frogs by the pond. When the night of the dance came, Mrs. Fox tried to make everyone eat too much, but the animals saw through her plan. Mrs. Kangaroo’s dance went awry, and everyone turned to Mrs. Elephant. She danced beautifully and won the prize. She taught the animals the importance of determination and practice. You can download the ebook to read the story offline or print it.
  22. The Little Clock in the Schoolroom: Once upon a time in a schoolhouse, there was a special clock. It always showed the correct time and had a clean, shiny face. The teacher explained to the children that the clock stays bright because it avoids trouble and always does what is right. The children realized they could also keep their lives clean and bright by doing the right thing and caring for each other. They learned an important lesson from the little clock.
  23. The Fantail Pigeon: This story is about a little white fantail pigeon who feels sad and useless because she doesn’t have any special talents like the other animals on the farm. She decides to seek help from the wise owl, but all he tells her is to “make the best of it.” Feeling even sadder, she encounters the old drake who reminds her that everyone has a purpose in the world. He tells her to appreciate her unique qualities, like her pretty white tail and nice pink feet. The little pigeon realizes that she had been neglecting her own gifts and decides to embrace them. She cleans herself up and brings joy to her mistress the next day. With this story, kindergarten teachers can teach children about self-acceptance, appreciating one’s unique qualities, and finding value in oneself.
  24. The Four Apple Trees: Once upon a time, a man wanted to create a beautiful orchard. He asked someone to plant young trees while he was away. When the man returned, he was disappointed to see that only four trees had been planted. The worker explained that he took his time to dig proper holes, use good soil, and plant the trees carefully. The owner, who thought he could do it faster, planted the rest of the trees quickly without much care. Unfortunately, those trees didn’t grow well and eventually had to be cut down. But the four trees that were planted with care grew into strong, fruitful apple trees. This story teaches us the importance of doing things properly and taking our time to achieve good results.
  25. The tale of the fierce, bad rabbit: In this story, there is a fierce bad rabbit with scary features, and a nice gentle rabbit who gets hurt by the bad rabbit. Then, a man with a gun mistakes the bad rabbit for a funny bird and shoots, but the bad rabbit escapes without its tail and whiskers. The good rabbit watches all of this from its hiding place. You can download the ebook and print versions of the story using the links provided.
  26. The Best Dream: “Some children were playing and pretending to be rich, famous, or have animals. The Dream-King sent them dreams to make their play-games real. The children who wanted to be rich found it miserable, with servants and no freedom to play. The children who wanted to be famous couldn’t move because of all the people around them, and the monument honoring them was too big to play with. But the children with the animals had a wonderful dream, taking care of their pets. In the end, the children agreed that animals and games were fun, but riches and fame were dull.”
  27. The Rival Fire Fighting Planes: Once upon a time, there were two fire fighting planes named Hawk and Scooper. They were always competing to see who could put out the most fires and save the most animals. But one day, they took too many risks and got stuck in a tree surrounded by flames. They had to call for help and realized they needed to be more careful. They apologized and started working together as a team to become the best fire fighting planes in the land.
  28. Hans in Luck: Hans worked hard for seven years and was given a big piece of gold by his boss as a reward. On his way to visit his mother, Hans made several trades. He traded the gold for a horse, the horse for a cow, the cow for a pig, and the pig for a goose. Finally, he traded the goose for a rock. But when he accidentally dropped the rock into a well, he was relieved not to have to carry it anymore. Hans happily continued his journey, excited to see his mother.
  29. The Apple Dumpling: Once upon a time, an old woman wanted an apple dumpling for supper, but she didn’t have any apples. She had plums instead, so she filled a basket with plums and set out to find someone who had apples. Along her journey, she met different people and exchanged her plums for feathers, a nosegay of flowers, and even a golden chain. Eventually, she came across an apple tree and a little old man who wished for a dog to keep him company. With the help of a little dog she had received, the old woman got her apples and made a delicious dumpling for supper. The story teaches the value of kindness and the idea that if you try hard enough, you can achieve what you want.
  30. The Flying Trunk: In this story, a young boy who has lost all his wealth is given a magical flying suitcase. He travels to a faraway castle and meets a beautiful princess. To win her hand in marriage, he must tell the royal family the most amazing fairy tale. With the help of talking objects, he impresses everyone and is granted the princess’s hand. But when he returns to his suitcase after the celebration, he finds it burned and can never see the princess again. The story teaches children about the importance of being responsible and grateful for what they have.
  31. The Old Woman Under A Hill: Once upon a time, in a beautiful kingdom, there was an old woman named Edna who lived under a hill. She had a magical talent to speak to animals and lived a simple and peaceful life tending her garden. When a terrible blight struck the kingdom, Edna set out on a journey to find the cause. With the help of the animals she spoke to, she discovered that a lonely dragon had unintentionally caused the blight. By understanding and befriending the dragon, Edna was able to lift the curse and save the kingdom. Her kindness and wisdom became a story passed down through generations, reminding everyone about the power of friendship and understanding, and she continues to live under the hill, helping creatures in need. The kingdom flourishes and the hill with wildflowers is a reminder of Edna’s magic and love.
  32. Sandman: The Sandman is a magical character who visits children while they sleep to give them wonderful dreams. He tells a different story to a little boy named Hjalmar every day. One night, Hjalmar explores a beautiful garden, but when he wakes up, his letters are still crooked. Another night, Hjalmar goes on a boat ride during a storm and helps a stork. He also attends a special mouse wedding and his sister’s dolls’ wedding. On Saturday, the Sandman is busy cleaning the stars. Finally, Hjalmar meets the Sandman’s brother, who is also known as Death. Death rewards or punishes children based on their school report cards. Hjalmar isn’t afraid because he knows he has a good report card.
  33. Little Johnny’s Rainy Day Adventure: In the town of Sunbeam, Little Johnny loved playing outside in the sunshine. But one day, it started raining and he couldn’t play. Instead of being sad, Johnny decided to make the best of it. He put on his raincoat, grabbed his umbrella, and had fun in the rain. As he danced and played, the clouds saw his joy and made the rain stop, revealing a beautiful rainbow. Johnny learned that even on gloomy days, you can find joy if you choose to dance in the rain. And sometimes, the most beautiful surprises come after the rain.
  34. The Twelve Brothers: In this story, there was a king and queen who had twelve sons. The queen was going to have another baby, and if it was a girl, the twelve boys would have to die. The youngest son, Benjamin, came up with a plan for them to escape into the forest. The boys lived in a cottage and the sister grew up and went to find them. They were reunited, but a witch turned the brothers into ravens. The sister had to live in a tree without speaking for seven years to help them. Eventually, she married a king, but his mother accused her of being a witch. During her trial, her twelve brothers came back as humans and she was able to speak again. Everything ended happily for them all.
  35. The Goose Girl at the Well: Once upon a time, an old woman went into the forest to gather grass and fruit. She carried a heavy bag on her back and greeted everyone kindly. One day, a young man saw her and offered to help carry her load. But when he complained about the weight, the woman scolded him and made the load even heavier. The young man eventually met a beautiful princess who had been sent away by her father. Together, they found the old woman who had the power to turn the princess’s tears into pearls. The old woman gave them a palace, and they lived happily ever after. It’s a story about kindness, hard work, and rewards for helping others.
  36. The Adventures of Mr. Piggles: Once upon a time, in a small town, there was a friendly guinea pig named Mr. Piggles. What made him special was his love for brushing his hair and wearing a sky-blue tie. Mr. Piggles had long whiskers and big shiny buttons on his waistcoat. The townsfolk adored him and he became a hero when he helped lift a heavy bell using his strong whiskers. From then on, whenever the bell rang, the town remembered Mr. Piggles and his message: no matter how small you are, you can achieve great things.
  37. The Pied Piper of Hamelin: In the German town of Hamelin, there was a terrible rat problem. The people tried everything to get rid of the rats, but nothing worked. Then, a strange man with a flute came to town and promised to remove the rats for a price. He played his flute and led all the rats to the river, where they drowned. But when the people refused to pay him, the man was angry and took all the children of the town with him. To this day, no one knows where the children went. Some say they ended up in Transylvania.
  38. Mr. Pricklepin’s Cozy Stump: Once upon a time, there was a hedgehog named Old Mr. Pricklepin who lived in the Dappled Wood. He had a coat of prickles but no cushion to rest on. Every day, he searched for a pin cushion, but flowers and leaves didn’t work. Finally, he discovered that his own home, an ash stump, had a soft and cushiony layer of moss. He was happy and learned that sometimes the solution to our problems is right in front of us.
  39. Blue Tit Try It: This is a story about a bird family called the Blue Tits. The smallest bird, Blue Tit Try It, had trouble doing things on the first try. But instead of getting upset, he kept trying over and over again until he succeeded. He learned to fly, collect food, and even attract a bird lady by never giving up. The story teaches us the importance of perseverance and trying our best, even if it takes many attempts to achieve our goals. You can download the ebook to read offline or print it out for your kindergarten students.
  40. Johnny-cake: Once upon a time, an old man, an old woman, and a little boy were working in their garden. The old woman made a Johnny-cake and asked the little boy to watch it baking in the oven. However, he got distracted and the Johnny-cake jumped out and started rolling away. The little boy and his parents chased after it, but it outran them all. Along the way, the Johnny-cake encountered various people like well-diggers, ditch-diggers, a bear, and a wolf, all of whom tried to catch him but failed. Finally, the Johnny-cake met a fox who tricked him into coming closer and promptly ate him up. The story teaches children about responsibility and the consequences of not paying attention to their tasks.
  41. How The Eagle Went Hungry: Once upon a time, there were beavers who worked hard building and digging in the lakes and ponds. They used their hands to make arrows and build dams for the fish. Meanwhile, the proud eagle expected others to bring him food and looked down on the beavers for their humble lifestyle. When the eagle asked the beaver for fish, she dived into the water and brought him an empty table. The eagle went hungry, and this story teaches us that those who are too proud to work for their food will go hungry too.
  42. Uncle Wiggily’s Fortune: Uncle Wiggily and his friends go on a journey to find his fortune. They come across obstacles along the way, but with the help of a red monkey, they overcome them. Finally, they reach a hill where Uncle Wiggily expects to find his fortune, but instead, he finds his home and all his friends waiting for him. They explain that they planted cabbages, turnips, and carrots for him, which have grown into a valuable fortune. Uncle Wiggily is filled with joy and shares his newfound wealth with his loved ones. The story teaches children the value of friendship, hard work, and the importance of home.
  43. The Open Gate: In this story, Fleet the shepherd dog visits his friend Mrs. Muffet and her two kittens in the barn. They chat about the kittens’ funny antics, and everything seems peaceful until a commotion erupts outside. The gate to the farmyard is open, and the brown colt and the brindle calf are running off. Fleet helps to round up the animals, but the brown colt escapes into the world. Meanwhile, little Dick, who forgot to shut the gate, feels terrible. The brown colt eventually returns home after some adventures, and everyone learns the importance of taking care and being responsible. The story teaches children about responsibility and the consequences of their actions.
  44. The White Swan: Two little sisters receive a beautiful white porcelain swan from their godmother. They want to put it in water and see it float, but they start arguing about who gets to do it. In the midst of their argument, the swan falls and breaks into pieces. They feel sorry and cry, but their mother glues the pieces back together. Although the swan can’t float anymore, they create a make-believe lake with a piece of looking glass and the swan sits there. Whenever the sisters start fighting, their nurse reminds them about the white swan.
  45. How The Pigs Can See The Wind: In this story, Mrs. Pig lives with her five little pigs. Every night, Brother Wolf tries to get into Mrs. Pig’s house to eat the pigs. One night, he disguises himself as a man and convinces Mrs. Pig to let him in. He steals the four black pigs but Mrs. Pig hides the white pig. Later, Brother Wolf and Mr. Wind team up to scare Mrs. Pig and steal the white pig, but Mrs. Pig escapes with her pig to the woods. The story explains how pigs learned to be afraid of the wind. It’s a fun and educational story for young children.
  46. The Toy Farm: In this heartwarming story, the MacMulligan children work together to earn money to buy their mother a special Christmas present – a toy farm. Joseph, Cassie, Patsy, Timmy, and little Annie all contribute by finding lost items, helping with chores, and learning a Christmas verse. Despite their worries that the toy farm might be sold out, they are delighted to discover that the Toy-Lady has kept it aside just for them. When they give the toy farm to their mother, she is overjoyed and invites all the neighbors to see. The story teaches children the value of teamwork, perseverance, and the joy of giving.
  47. Uncle Wiggily And The Pine Cones: Uncle Wiggily, a kind rabbit, goes for a walk in the woods and sits down to rest against a pine tree. But when he tries to get up, he finds himself stuck to the tree with sticky pine gum. Uncle Wiggily calls for help, and a little bear-boy named Neddie comes along with butter to melt the sticky gum. The pine tree feels sad and useless because it only has sticky gum and ugly pine cones. But Uncle Wiggily tells the tree how useful its pine cones are, using examples like starting a fire and building a playhouse. The tree learns to appreciate itself for what it is and the valuable contributions it makes.
  48. Three Children On The Ice: In the small town of Lindley, three best friends named Tilly, Billy, and Millie decide to embark on a magical adventure. They slide on the icy surface of the Crystal Lake, but suddenly, the ice cracks and they fall into the water below. However, they discover a magical underwater realm and meet the Queen of the Lake, who teaches them a valuable lesson about respecting nature. The friends return safely and become known as the children who have been to the world beneath the ice. This story reminds us to explore and adventure with caution and respect for nature’s boundaries.
  49. Lady Twenty-Nails: In the magical land of Handlandia, there lived a kind lady called Lady Twenty-Nails. She had twenty beautiful nails on her hands and feet. In Handlandia, hands and feet were respected and admired. Lady Twenty-Nails had a magical touch that made plants bloom and trees grow. But when a drought hit Handlandia, even her magic couldn’t help. Lady Twenty-Nails realized that she needed to use all her nails together. So she raised her hands and wiggled her fingers, and stomped her feet. It worked! Magical rain fell from the sky, and Handlandia became lush and beautiful again. Lady Twenty-Nails learned that when all her nails worked together, they could do amazing things. The people of Handlandia were happy, and Lady Twenty-Nails continued to bring happiness and prosperity to her land.
  50. Tweedle-Dum and Tweedle-Dee: In a tiny land filled with brightness, two happy friends named Tweedle-Dum and Tweedle-Dee lived. They loved playing together and having fun in nature. One day, Tweedle-Dum got a beautiful rainbow rattle, but Tweedle-Dee accidentally dropped it, and it lost its enchanting sound. They decided to have a pillow fight to settle their disagreement. However, just as they were about to start, a giant crow flew by their window and scared them. They forgot about their argument and became fascinated by the crow. It left a feather behind, and they embarked on exciting adventures together, realizing that their friendship was more important than any toy. They lived happily ever after, cherishing their bond and remembering their great adventure whenever they heard a crow’s caw.
  51. Brother Wolf And The Rock: Once upon a time, Brother Wolf went on a journey and dressed up like a Native American. He found a cold Rock and covered it with his blanket to keep it warm. But when a storm came, Brother Wolf needed his blanket back, but the Rock wouldn’t give it back. Brother Fox tried to help, but the Rock refused to return the blanket. Eventually, the Rock started rolling and caused chaos. Brother Fox hid, but the Rock grazed his tail and made it pointed. The Rock ended up in a river and disappeared. Brother Wolf and Brother Fox found the blanket floating in the water and dried it in the sun. Brother Wolf said goodbye to Brother Fox and continued his journey.
  52. Ann’s Funny Fingers: In this story, a girl named Ann discovers that her fingers can talk and have their own personalities. Her Funny Fingers help her with everyday tasks like washing dishes, making a fire, sweeping the floor, and playing the piano. They even join her in a game of croquet! At the end of the day, Ann’s mother rewards her with a surprise gift – a pair of pretty gloves for her hardworking and playful Funny Fingers. The story highlights the joy and educational value of both work and play. You can download the story as an eBook to read offline or print.
  53. Magic Boots:Careful Cat and Old Brother Bear hear about each other’s magical possessions and are invited by Funny Fox to hang up their stockings in his den on Christmas Eve. Excited, they agree and wait for Santa Claus to come. However, Funny Fox tricks them by trying on their boots and spectacles, causing them to miss seeing Santa. Although they didn’t meet Santa, they still had their stockings filled. In the end, Careful Cat reminds Old Brother Bear that they should be careful when playing with dangerous tools.”
  54. Uncle Wiggily And The Brown Wren: Uncle Wiggily, a kind rabbit, helps some ants carry a heavy piece of meat to their nest. As he continues his journey, he meets a little brown wren who is about to hatch her birdies. When a crow threatens to harm the wren and destroy her nest, Uncle Wiggily comes to the rescue. He gathers sticks and breaks them into fine pieces for a new nest, and the ants gather feathers to make it cozy. Uncle Wiggily’s kindness saves the day, showing children the importance of helping others. Download the free ebook to read the heartwarming story offline.
  55. Halloween At The Orphanage: In a lively orphanage, the children eagerly await a Halloween party, but they learn that there isn’t enough money to have one. The children express their disappointment, but Mother Farley reminds them to be grateful for the good food and warm clothing they have. Suddenly, the village children arrive, bringing treats and permission to have their party at the orphanage. It becomes the happiest Halloween ever as the children celebrate together. You can download an ebook of the story here: [link].
  56. Who Ate The Pumpkin Pie?: In a cozy kitchen, Sylvester enjoys a delicious pumpkin pie all by himself. His older brother Billy comes home and discovers the pie, but neither of them knows where it came from. A scuffle ensues, and their mother walks in to see the chaos. She blames Billy, even though Sylvester was the one eating the pie. Billy accepts his punishment and is tasked with cleaning up. In the end, he decides to help Sylvester and faces the messy aftermath together.
  57. Happy Hare: In this story, the Happy Hare loves dressing up and goes on an adventure with the Funny Fox. They sing a song about being kind to animals, but suddenly the Funny Fox tricks the Happy Hare and tears his dress. The Happy Hare learns a lesson and hurries home. It’s a good reminder to be careful and not trust everyone we meet. You can download the ebook to read and enjoy this story offline.
  58. Homeless Hare: This educational story is about a homeless hare who encounters a funny fox in the woods. Despite warnings from other objects in the fox’s den, the hare decides to stay for dinner. However, the fox tries to attack him, and chaos ensues. Eventually, hunters scare away the fox, and the hare realizes that true friends are there to help in times of need. The story teaches children about making wise choices and the importance of friendship. You can download the ebook version for offline reading or printing.
  59. Uncle Wiggily And The Birthday Cake: A little girl is excited for her birthday and wants to have a cake with ten candles on it. Her mother tells her they need to go to the store to get flour, sugar, and eggs. The girl sets off through the woods to the store but accidentally gets caught in a trap. Uncle Wiggily, a bunny rabbit gentleman, hears her and tries to help. The girl, unable to understand what Uncle Wiggily is saying, eventually finds him and sets him free. Later, when the girl realizes they don’t have any candles for her birthday cake, Uncle Wiggily leaves some pine-knot slivers on her doorstep, which they use as candles. Everyone at the birthday party thinks the candles are lovely, and the girl is grateful for Uncle Wiggily’s favor.
  60. How Drakestail Went To The King: Once upon a time, there was a little duck named Drakestail who loaned his money to the king but the king didn’t give it back. So, Drakestail decided to go to the king’s house himself. On his way, he met a fox, a ladder, and a river who all helped him get to the king’s house. When he arrived, the cook threw him into the poultry yard, but with the help of his friends, Drakestail escaped. Eventually, the king gave Drakestail his money back and he happily returned home.
  61. Careful Cat: In this story, the Careful Cat hears a bell ringing and goes to see what’s happening. Many animals try to help get someone out of the well, but it turns out to be a trick by the Funny Fox. Later, the Cat falls for another trick by the Fox and gets caught in a trap. The Cat learns the importance of being careful and not letting others play tricks on you. You can download the story as a PDF to read offline or print.
  62. Uncle Wiggily And The Bad Boy: Once upon a time, Uncle Wiggily Longears, a bunny rabbit gentleman, encountered a bad boy who liked to throw stones and snowballs at animals. Despite warnings to stay away, Uncle Wiggily wanted to try and make the bad boy good. However, when the bad boy threw a snowball at him, Uncle Wiggily decided to wait for another day. Later, Uncle Wiggily overheard the bad boy’s mother talking about his earache and the need for cotton. Thinking quickly, Uncle Wiggily gathered some cotton from a horse-chestnut tree and left it on their doorstep. The bad boy’s mother found the cotton and the pain in his ear eased. From that day on, the bad boy promised never to throw stones or snowballs at rabbits, cats, or dogs again. Uncle Wiggily was happy, and he continued on his adventures.
  63. A Friend In Need: In this story, the Funny Fox wants to enjoy his turkey, but someone keeps playing tricks on him. First, they say he needs cranberries, then hot potatoes, and even pumpkin pie! The Funny Fox gets so frustrated that he starts to howl. Luckily, the Bold Badger comes by and invites the Funny Fox and his family to have Thanksgiving dinner together. Mrs. Fox says, “A friend in need is a friend indeed.” You can download the ebook version of this story for free.
  64. Healthy Halloween: Once upon a time, on Halloween night, there was a special spirit called the Health Spirit. She brought a group of friends to teach children about being healthy. The Frost Spirits danced and sang about the frosty weather. The Corn Kernels talked about how they help feed people. The Apples shared how they are good for our health. The Grapes sang about turning into raisins full of iron. And the Imps of Exercise explained why it’s important to stay active. The Health Spirit reminded everyone to take care of themselves, not just on Halloween, but every day.
  65. Uncle Wiggily And The Church Bell: Uncle Wiggily receives a package containing a delicious chocolate cake and a thank-you note from the Scrump, whom he helped transform from a Flump. Uncle Wiggily decides to share the cake with the animal children. While flying in his airship, he overhears the sad sexton of a church whose bell rope is broken. Uncle Wiggily throws stones at the bell to ring it, ensuring the Sunday church service can proceed as usual. The grateful sexton and the people in the church thank Uncle Wiggily, and he joins them for the service.
  66. The Wolf’s Escape: In this educational story, a Funny Fox sees a Willful Wolf with his tail stuck in the ice. The wolf asks for help, offering the fox money, a coat, and fur-lined shoes. But the fox wants more. Eventually, the fox helps the wolf out but ends up leaving him when confronted by soldiers. The moral of the story is that you shouldn’t count your chickens before they hatch. You can download the PDF ebook version of the story from the provided link.
  67. Modern Witches: Once upon a time, there were six adorable little witches, each with their own special powers. Good Health spread health and well-being, Industry inspired hard work, Safety First protected everyone, Patriot taught about loving one’s country, Storyland created enchanting tales, and Cheerfulness made everyone happy. They danced, laughed, and used their magic to bring goodness to the world. You can download an ebook to read their story and learn from their delightful adventures.
  68. Uncle Wiggily’s June Bug Friends: In this story, Uncle Wiggily, a kind bunny rabbit, catches a big June Bug and lets it sleep in his pansy bed. The next day, Uncle Wiggily and his goat friends fall into a pit dug by the bad Bazumpus. But the June Bug, grateful for Uncle Wiggily’s kindness, gathers its bug family to create a grass ladder and rescue them. They all chase away the Bazumpus and celebrate their victory. The story teaches the importance of kindness and how helping others can lead to unexpected rewards.
  69. Funny Fox: In this story, the Funny Fox and the Bold Badger meet the Happy Hare who loves to sing and go everywhere. The Funny Fox invites the Happy Hare to visit his den, but the Bold Badger suddenly remembers something he needs to do and runs off. The Happy Hare remembers her mother’s warning about talking to strangers and hesitates. But since the Funny Fox is well-known, she decides to go to his den. Once there, the Funny Fox tells a story about a Hopeless Hare and how he helped him. At the end of his story, the Funny Fox jokes about boiling the Happy Hare, and she quickly hops away. The Funny Fox laughs and realizes he was just teasing. The story teaches children about trust and safety around strangers.
  70. Big Brother Bear: In this story, called “Big Brother Bear,” a Funny Fox tries to trick Old Brother Bear into getting honey for him. The fox pretends to have a sore foot and convinces the bear to get honey from a tree. But when the bear gets stuck in the tree, the fox and the Bold Badger plan to make him get honey from a beehive instead. The bear gets stung and learns his lesson. In the end, the bear has a laugh because other animals don’t know what happened to him. You can download the story as an ebook to read offline or print.
  71. Willful Wolf: Once upon a time, there was a Willful Wolf who liked to play tricks. He teamed up with the Funny Fox and they came across a field of young lambs. The Willful Wolf challenged the Funny Fox to a race down Tumble-Down Hill, a place he knew well. The Funny Fox fell and hurt his foot, allowing the Willful Wolf to win the race and take a lamb as the prize. But then the Bold Badger arrived and helped the Funny Fox, even wheeling him home in a wheelbarrow. The Funny Fox fell asleep, unaware of the Badger’s kind actions. The story teaches us about friendship and the consequences of being willful and playing tricks. You can download the ebook to read offline or print it out for your students to enjoy.
  72. Uncle Wiggily And The Good Boy: In this story, Uncle Wiggily is warned to be careful by Nurse Jane Fuzzy Wuzzy. He goes on an adventure and sees some boys trying to tie a tin can to a dog’s tail. Uncle Wiggily helps the kind boy by throwing sand in the face of the bad boy. The dog runs away and the bad boy learns his lesson. Uncle Wiggily is happy with his adventure. Kindergarten teachers can use this story to teach children about being kind to animals and standing up against bullying. They can also discuss the importance of helping others and doing the right thing.
  73. Mrs. Speckled Hen’s Lesson: Mrs. Speckled Hen takes her little chicks outside to teach them how to find worms. Along the way, she encounters Mr. Dog, who questions her about her work. Mrs. Speckled Hen defends herself and continues on her way. However, she gets distracted by gossiping with Mrs. White Hen and forgets to focus on her teaching. Thankfully, Toby Dog comes to the rescue when a hawk threatens the chicks. Mrs. Speckled Hen realizes her mistake and learns the importance of balancing work and focusing on her family.
  74. The Goblins, The Fairies, And The Moon: In this story, the fairies are tired of the mischievous goblins scaring them during their playtime. They ask Mr. Moon Man for help, and he comes up with a plan. He asks the fairies to gather in a clear space at the end of the dell while he shines over the trees. When the goblins finally show up, Mr. Moon Man creates the illusion of a row of dancing creatures, scaring the goblins away. The fairies are grateful and continue to play safely in the moonlight. Mr. Moon Man reveals that he simply showed the goblins their own shadows, which frightened them. The fairies promise to help him anytime he needs it. They play until the sun comes up and then go to bed.
  75. How the Race Was Won: In this story, Mr. Fox organizes a race for all the animals in the forest. Each animal thinks they will win, but in the end, it is Bennie Rabbit who surprises everyone by winning the gold medal. Even though the other animals are disappointed, they congratulate Bennie on his victory. Jack Rabbit helps Bennie remove the white paint from his leg, and Bennie decides to trade the gold medal for some delicious lettuce. It’s a fun story about not underestimating others and the joy of unexpected successes.
  76. Cheerful Cock: The story is about a Cheerful Cock who is upset because some of his family members have gone missing. He believes that the Funny Fox is responsible, so he goes to the Fox’s den to accuse him. But the Funny Fox disguises himself as a monk to trick the Cock. Luckily, the Cock realizes the truth just in time and flies away to safety. The story teaches us not to judge based on appearances and to be cautious of people who might try to deceive us. You can download the ebook version of the story to read offline or print it for your kindergarten class.
  77. The Moonlight Sail: Mr. and Mrs. Mouse decide to move their family from a field to a house for the summer so that their children can learn new things and be safe from dangers. While they are sailing on a piece of wood during the move, they encounter a cat who could harm them. Mr. Mouse uses his wits and asks the cat for help, tricking her into rolling stones into the water and giving the mouse family a chance to escape. The cat promises to remember them and keep an eye on their new house.
  78. Robin Redbreast’s Cherry Pie: In this story, Robin Redbreast wants his wife to make him cherry pie, but she explains that the cherries aren’t ripe yet. Robin insists, so his wife makes him a pie with green cherries. After eating it, Robin becomes seriously ill. The doctor comes and gives him medicine, and Robin realizes he was wrong to push for the pie. He promises to be more appreciative of his wife’s cooking in the future. The story teaches the importance of patience and gratitude. You can download the PDF of the story to read offline or print it out.
  79. Tricky Red Fox: In this story, Reddy Fox is tired of being hungry and wants someone to invite him to dinner. He decides to trick Mr. Bear into thinking there will be a big dinner for all the woodland animals. Reddy hides and eats all of Mr. Bear’s food, leaving him with nothing. When the other animals find out, they stop talking to Reddy and don’t invite him to their dinners. Reddy realizes that being tricky is not worth losing his friends. You can download the ebook of this story to read offline or print for your kindergarten class.
  80. The Vanity Of Annie: Annie is a vain little girl who spends a lot of time looking at herself in the mirror. One day, she sees a little elf who tells her that she is too proud and selfish. The elf warns her that if she doesn’t change her ways, he will take away her good looks. Annie becomes kinder and more pleasant to others, and her appearance improves. The elf disappears, but Annie is determined to continue being a good girl.
  81. Uncle Wiggily And The Chicken-pox: One day, two little chickens named Charlie and Arabella came to Uncle Wiggily’s house to seek help. They told Uncle Wiggily that a boy from the other side of the forest always threw stones at them whenever they went to pick up food. Uncle Wiggily decided to teach the boy a lesson. They found the boy sleeping under a tree and covered him with sticky gum and feathers. When the boy woke up and saw himself covered in feathers, he thought he had the chicken pox. After his mother scolded him for throwing stones at the chickens, he never did it again. Uncle Wiggily successfully taught the boy a lesson and stopped the stone-throwing. You can download the full story as an ebook to read offline or print.
  82. The Gossiping Spring Flowers: Once upon a time, the spring flowers peeked out from their cozy buds to see if it was springtime. The tall pine tree warned them that winter was not yet over, but the flowers didn’t listen. They laughed at the pine’s warning and came out in their beautiful dresses. However, when winter returned, the flowers were frozen and ruined. Only a few flowers who didn’t mock the pine and the furry pussy-willows remained hidden and bloomed later. They learned to appreciate the wisdom of those who endured the winter.
  83. Uncle Wiggily And The Horse: Uncle Wiggily and Nurse Jane Fuzzy Wuzzy go on an adventure to bring a cherry pie to Grandfather Goosey Gander. Along the way, they encounter a horse who has never tasted cherry pie before. Uncle Wiggily decides to give his pie to the horse and promises to have Nurse Jane bake a larger pie for Grandfather Goosey. As they are about to enjoy their act of kindness, the bad Woozie Wolf appears, threatening to harm them. Luckily, the horse comes to their rescue and carries them away from the Wolf. In the end, Uncle Wiggily, Nurse Jane, and the horse are safe, and Nurse Jane bakes a large cherry pie for the horse. Kindness and friendship triumph over danger in this exciting story.
  84. Mr. Fox and the Stoat Family: In this story, the Four-Footed Club is worried about their lack of food in the winter. Mr. Fox believes that the Stoat family is to blame. He comes up with a plan to paint the Stoats with black paint and pretends to spill it near their hideout. When the Stoat family comes out, they are covered in paint and feel embarrassed. They eventually leave the area, and the other animals in the club are able to enjoy their food without the Stoats getting in the way. The animals praise Mr. Fox for his clever idea.
  85. Judge Owl’s Cleverness: In this story, Mr. Raccoon loses his shiny tin spoon and suspects Mr. Crow of taking it. Mr. Fox suggests they bring the case to Judge Owl, who is wise and fair. Jimmy Crow denies taking the spoon and challenges them to search him. However, when Judge Owl notices that Mr. Crow is missing tail feathers, he realizes he must be the thief. Jimmy Crow eventually admits his guilt and flies off to retrieve the spoon. Mr. Raccoon and Mr. Fox admire Judge Owl’s cleverness in solving the case.
  86. Those who watched Mr. Raccoon: In this story, Mr. Raccoon has a peculiar habit of washing his meat before eating it. When Reddy Fox discovers this, he decides to gather all the woodland creatures to watch Mr. Raccoon in action. However, Mr. Raccoon cleverly tricks them by pretending to wash a rock instead of meat, splashing muddy water all over the watching animals. They all get angry at Reddy Fox for the prank and forget about Mr. Raccoon’s unique habit. In the end, Mr. Raccoon laughs at the trick he played and goes to sleep satisfied.
  87. Uncle Wiggily And The Bad Dog: Once upon a time, there was a bunny named Uncle Wiggily who was always chased by a bad dog. The dog would bark and growl and try to catch Uncle Wiggily whenever he saw him. One day, Uncle Wiggily found the bad dog chained up and hungry. Instead of running away, Uncle Wiggily decided to help. He brought the dog water to drink and dug up some bones for him to eat. The dog was grateful and promised to never chase Uncle Wiggily again.
  88. The Quarrel of the Months: Mother Earth gathered her twelve children to discuss how to make them fresh and beautiful for the new year. Each month argued about why they were the most important, but Mother Earth reminded them that they all played a vital role and were equally important. She loved them all and encouraged them to be friends. With Mother Earth’s love, the months learned to value each other and started the year with happiness and love.
  89. Gray Hen’s Strategy: In this story, the hens are worried about Chicken Young’s behavior. He keeps stealing worms from them instead of finding his own. So the hens come up with a plan to teach him a lesson. They bury a piece of rope that looks like a worm, and when Chicken Young tries to snatch it, he ends up swallowing it instead. He gets scared and learns his lesson. After some help from the hens and a drink of water, Chicken Young starts scratching for worms on his own. The hens are happy that he has learned to be more careful and independent. You can download the story as an ebook to read offline or print.
  90. The Story of the Silver Box: Hans and Nella, two kind-hearted orphans, invite an old man into their home to share their dinner. The next day, they find a silver box and decide to bury it to keep it safe for the old man. As they bury it, a tree grows above the spot. Hans discovers a door in the tree and finds a tunnel leading to a mountain of gold. They take some gold and return home, only to find a beautiful cottage waiting for them. They believe the tree and the old man have blessed them.
  91. The Theft of the Fairies’ Wands: The story is about goblins and gnomes who were jealous of the fairies and wanted to steal their wands. They planned to scare the fairies by splashing water on them, hoping they would drop their wands. The fairies were frightened and dropped their wands, which the goblins and gnomes quickly picked up and ran away. The fairies were worried about what the wicked creatures might do with their wands, but the queen reassured them because she still had her wand. The queen went after the goblins and gnomes and found them fighting over the wands. The wands turned some of them into stone and burned the others. When the fairies arrived, the goblins and gnomes apologized and begged for forgiveness. The fairies took back their wands, and the goblins and gnomes asked them to undo the stone transformations and remove the house and pond that the wands had created. The fairies granted their requests but left the pond as a reminder of their wrongdoing. The goblins and gnomes ran away, promising never to bother the fairies again.
  92. Uncle Wiggily And The Cow: This is a story about Uncle Wiggily and a cow. The cow lost her cud of grass, and she was worried it would make her milk sour. Uncle Wiggily helped her look for the cud and found it near the brook. The cow was grateful and later helped Uncle Wiggily by using her horn to remove a cork from a molasses jug. They realized that cows can be helpful too.
  93. How the Mice Caught The Cat: Gray Mouse and Whiskers are curious why the cat in the pantry never tries to catch them. They discover that the cat is pretending not to notice them while she eats all the cream and other food. They decide to plot their revenge and get the cat caught in a trap by poking her tail into it. The cat gets trapped and learns her lesson. The mice are happy because they won’t be blamed for stealing anymore.
  94. The Candy Pig: Once upon a time, there was a happy little girl named Kaisa who received a special Christmas gift – a beautiful candy pig. Kaisa loved her candy pig so much that she couldn’t resist eating its sweet ears and legs. But after eating the whole candy pig, she had a tummy ache and learned the importance of moderation. The story reminds us that while candies are wonderful, we should enjoy them in moderation.
  95. The Gingerbread Rock: Once there lived a brother and sister named Hans and Lisbeth. Their uncle, who was very mean, made them do all the work and gave them very little to eat. One night, they went into the woods to find berries to eat because they were so hungry. They found a rock with smoke coming out of it and discovered that it was actually a gingerbread rock. They ate the gingerbread and then went home. The next night, they went back to the gingerbread rock and found a house inside. An old man lived there and he was very kind. They ate breakfast with him and offered to bake more gingerbread and fix the house. Their mean uncle found the gingerbread rock too and tried to take the gingerbread but it turned into stone. The old man was actually a wizard and helped Hans and Lisbeth discover their family’s hidden treasure. They lived happily ever after and always remembered the kind old man and the gingerbread rock.
  96. Uncle Wiggily And The Camel: Uncle Wiggily, the bunny rabbit, goes on an adventure through the woods. He comes across a sad cat who is too old and tired to carry his pack of needles and thread for selling. Uncle Wiggily offers to help and carries the pack for him. They meet a thirsty camel who has been lost in the woods and hasn’t had water for seven days. Uncle Wiggily leads the camel to a duck pond and offers him a drink. Just as they are about to leave, the Pipsisewah, a bad animal, tries to attack Uncle Wiggily. But the camel steps on its tail and saves them. Uncle Wiggily and the cat ride back home on the camel’s back and have even more adventures together.
  97. Little Bear Cub: Once upon a time, in a happy forest, there was a little bear cub who was always grumpy and wanted to do something more than just be a bear. He dressed up like a human and tried to be a prince, but in the end, everyone saw through his disguise and he was chained up instead of living in a palace. The story teaches us that it’s important to be content with who we are and not try to be something we’re not.
  98. Uncle Wiggily And The Poor Dog: Once upon a time, there was a very poor dog who didn’t have a kennel to sleep in or enough to eat. He felt sad when he saw other dogs with nice collars and tasty bones. One day, he decided to get lost in the woods. At the same time, Uncle Wiggily, a bunny rabbit gentleman, went out looking for an adventure and got trapped between two logs. Luckily, the poor dog heard his cries for help and gnawed through one of the logs to set him free. Uncle Wiggily realized that the dog’s strong teeth, which he got from gnawing on bones, were actually a blessing. He invited the dog to live near his bungalow and share a kennel with his rich friend, Old Dog Percival. The poor dog became happy and never felt useless again.
  99. The Proud Little Apple Blossom: In this story, a proud little apple blossom meets a plain and common dandelion. The apple blossom believes that beauty is the only valuable thing in the world, but the dandelion teaches her a valuable lesson. The sunbeam shows that all flowers are beautiful, and the children find joy in playing with the dandelions. Even an old woman finds the dandelions useful for making tea and feeding her children. In the end, the princess sees the beauty in the dandelion and paints it in a picture with the apple blossoms, making the apple blossom feel ashamed of her pride.
  100. The Piggy Girl: In this story, a little girl named Betty refuses to be washed and wants to live like the pigs. She sneaks away to the pigsty and spends her days playing and eating with the pigs, living a dirty and carefree life. However, as the weather gets colder, she realizes that she misses being clean and comfortable. One night, she overhears that the pigs will be slaughtered, and she becomes afraid. In the morning, she runs back home and cleans herself up, realizing that she prefers being a clean little girl. She learns to appreciate the comfort and love of her home, promising to never fuss about being washed again.

In conclusion, the Top 100 Moral Stories for Kindergarten serve as an enriching tool that instills vital life lessons in young minds. Each tale, filled with intriguing characters and captivating plot lines, delivers valuable understandings of honesty, kindness, courage, and respect, among many others. Children are introduced to an enchanting world where learning becomes fun and morals easily absorbed. Reading these stories online makes them accessible for anyone, anytime, enhancing kids’ imaginative abilities, linguistic skills, and cultural sensitivity, all while embedding the importance of virtuous conduct in their impressionable minds.