Stories for kids. Fairy tales for the little ones
Dear parents and teachers!
Our kind verses and fairy tales will tell your kids about all that
surrounds them, and encourage them to comprehend and learn about the
- Family and holidays;
- Fidelity and boldness;
- Colors, paints and sounds;
- Food and hygiene;
- Earth, water, trees and plants;
- Polite words, rules and manners of behaviour and many other things!
Our books contain not only verse, poetry and fairy tales, but also
various games, questions and creative tasks! In our books not only verses/poetry and fairy tales, but also a lot of games, questions and creative tasks.
- It will teach children to think and freely express their ideas;
- Will develop their cognition, imagination and intuition;
- Will help to comprehend the basis of language, mathematics and other sciences.
After reading the material of these books, please discuss and try to
perform/play with children regarding everything they have learnt. And,
to your amazement, you will see how quickly they will comprehend the
world, and you will hear the wisest sayings from them!
We wish your children to grow successfully and happy!
FAIRY TALES FOR KIDS
the Children of Preschool Age
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WHO HAS GROWN UP A BERRY?
Once a girl found a sweet red berry in the grass. She ate it then said:
- Thanks, dear berry, for your treating me so well.
- Suddenly the girl heard a thin voice: Why you did not say 'thanks' to me?
- Oh, who is it? - the girl was frightened.
- I am the water, I gave water, quenched the thirst of your berry so
that she could grow so big and beautiful.
- And you forgot to thank me as well, - as from nowhere, came a dull,
- Who speaks with such a thick voice? - the girl was surprised.
- I am the ground, I fed your berry very well and see she became so
sweet and tasty!
- To me too nobody expresses any thanks, - a sonorous voice was heard.
- And who are you? asked the girl.
- I am the sun; I was giving warmth and light to your berry so that
she could grow red and healthy.
- Oh ! I understood now! Thank you very much to all of you: to you
dear Earth, and to you, dear Sun, and to you , dear Water, for
helping this berry to grow up healthy, big, ripe and sweet, - said
the girl and smiling cheerfully ran home .
And the water, the earth and the sun again began to work even with
more enthusiasm and help to grow many new berries, apples and nuts.
Guess, what else they helped to grow?!
A WONDERFUL GIFT
This summer mum planted a small branch in a garden. The boy saw this
branch and asked:
- What are you? What for?
- I am grow apples for you, - the branch answered.
- You cannot grow apples. They grow on an apple-trees, on the big
tree, - said the disbelieving boy.
Next year the boy again came to the garden, but could not find that
branch anywhere. Instead, on the place of that branch there was a
small tree, which was slightly above the height of the boy. The boy
Dear tree, maybe you know what happened with the small branch it
was on your place before.
- It's me answered the tree. You were not able to recognize me
because I've grown up.
- But why did you grow faster than me? asked the surprised boy.
- Because I want as soon as possible to treat you with sweet apples, -
answered the tree tenderly.
- You became taller than me, but still you don't look like a real big
apple-tree, - the boy said doubtingly.
One more year passed. The boy came to the garden again , but this time
he came with his mum. Both of them were looking for that tree but
couldn't find it. In it's place there was a young tree, higher than
the boy's mum. The boy asked:
- Dear tree, did you perhaps somewhere around here see a small tree
which is about my height?
- It's me! answered the tree, - again you did not recognize me.
See, this time I've got a present for you three pink flowers.
Can I pick them? asked the boy.
No, please don't do it. If you pick them now you won't receive another
new gift, - replied the tree.
The boy very much wished to receive a wonderful new gift, so he did
not touch these florets.
When the flowers' petals fell down, in their stead there were firm
green balls. The boy did not like them, and ped to visit this young
One beautiful warm day, right at the end of summer, the mum called the
boy to the garden and said:
- Look, sonny, what our young tree presented to us!
The boy looked around and instead of firm green balls saw there were
hanging three big red apples.
- Whence they came from, mum? - The boy was very surprised.
- Guess, dear sonny, who presented this wonderful gift for you, - answered mum.
FAIRY TALE ABOUT THE SUNBEAM
One beautiful morning, the sun woke up, rinsed himself under rain and
looked from above at the city. In city everything was in order. Houses
stood as usual, cars were running up and down, people hastened to
their places of employment and tasks. Kids played.
Then the sun looked at the forest. There also everything was in order.
Trees grew, birds were singing songs, animals were running about their
affairs as usual.
Then the sun looked at the meadow and saw that there something was
wrong. Some disorder, so to say. Hares on a meadow cheerfully eating
the grass but one of them was sitting aside, crying.
- Why are you crying? the sun asked this hare.
- I was born blind, my eyes are always closed and I can't see light.
Therefore I am very sad, - answered the crying hare.
The sun lovingly warmed up this sad hare with its rays. So tenderly,
like a mother caring for her child. And the hare calmed down and told
its story to the sun.
- Once it happened that I woke up in people's house. They lived in the
big house and often said: "We must light up the light!" I asked the
grandfather, what is light. In answer to my question he gave me a
long, cold object, saying that it is a candle. Above the candle there
was a hot spark which i touched, now i have burnt a paw.
Then I asked the father in that house, what is light. He gave me a hot
round object telling me, that it is a lamp. Trying to touch it I burnt
Then I asked the boy, what is light. This boy made a fire in the
court-yard. A stick and branches became so hot, that it's sparks burnt
- Do you want me to transform you into a sunbeam or solar ray? the sun asked.
- Certainly, I would love to, - exclaimed the hare with delight.
The sun then stretched the beam to the hare. The latter happily jumped
on it and became a light himself.
Since then the sunbeam helps anyone to whom light is necessary:
If a boy can't find a mushroom in a forest, where it is so dark under
the bush that nothing can be seen, then the sunbeam will jump under a
bush, and will light up the mushroom.
If a girl likes to sleep very late and find it so difficult to get up her eyes just can't open, then the sunbeam will warm up this girl's
eyes and they will open at once.
The sunbeam will help you as well, if you call for him.