Kids Short Stories
Kids Short Stories
Jan 21, 2021
Nora and Maddie Rescue A Stuck Narwal
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A Narwal had become stuck in an iceberg, and needs the help from SpyKid Animal Rescuer's Nora and Maddie. How are they going to get his horn unstuck from the iceberg?
Children's story told in English
Children's story told in English
The red and blue coat
The red and blue coat Once there were two boys who were great friends, and they were determined to remain that way forever. When they grew up and got married, they built their houses facing one another across a small path. One day, a trickster from the village decided to fool them. He dressed himself in a two-colour coat that was divided down the middle. So, one side of the coat was red, and the other side was blue. The trickster wore this coat and walked along the narrow path between the houses of the two friends. They were each working opposite each other in their fields. The trickster made enough noise as he passed them to make sure that each of them would look up and see him passing. At the end of the day, one friend said to the other, "Wasn't that a beautiful red coat that man was wearing today?" "No", the other replied. "It was a blue coat." "I saw the man clearly as he walked between us!" said the first, "His coat was red." "You are wrong!" said the other man, "I saw it too, and it was blue." "I know what I saw!" insisted the first man. "The coat was red!" "You don't know anything," the second man replied angrily. "It was blue!" They kept arguing about this over and over, insulted each other, and eventually, they began to beat each other and roll around on the ground. Fighting, in other words! Just then, the trickster returned and faced the two men, who were punching and kicking each other and shouting, "Our friendship is OVER!" The trickster walked directly in front of them, and showed them his coat, laughing at their silly fight. The two friends saw that his coat was red on one side and blue on the other. The two friends stopped fighting and screamed at the trickster saying, "We have lived side by side like brothers all our lives, and it is all your fault that we are fighting. You have started a war between us." "Don't blame me for the battle," replied the trickster. "I did not make you fight. Both of you are wrong, and both of you are right. Yes, what each one of you saw was true. You are fighting because you only looked at my coat from your own point of view and didn’t consider the point of view of your friend."
3 min
Cartoon Stories
Cartoon Stories
Mrs. Honeybee
Buddy the Elf - Christmas Story
Buddy the Elf awaits! Join him for a trip to NYC - Love, Mrs. Honeybee 💖😊 Request a story: 💖 Listen to 100+ New Stories: 💖 Turning my favorite cartoons and games into bedtime stories! My name is Mrs. Honeybee and my mission is to make bedtime easier! 😊💕 I write bedtime stories inspired by cartoons and games that I love. Minecraft, GTA5, Shrek, The Avengers, and Fortnite are some of my most popular! - Love, Mrs. Honeybee 😊💕 P.S. My little trick….is to weave mindfulness and meditation techniques into all of my bedtime stories! 💖 Unlock “The Secret Stories” 💖 ________________________ Send Mrs. Honeybee a message: ________________________ Cartoon Stories with Mrs. Honeybee Podcast creates bedtime stories and relaxing music for everyone! All of my stories include elements of mindfulness and meditation because I believe a great day starts the night before, at bedtime! My podcast is full of relaxing bedtime stories for both adults and kids to enjoy. This story is about: buddy the elf, will ferrell, christmas stories, christmas story, new york city, movie Cartoons, anime, cartoon stories, cartoon network, video games, gamer, professional gamer, video game meditation, video game bedtime story, bedtime stories, anime show, cartoon shows, cartoon music, cartoon soundtrack, anime soundtrack, bedtime stories and meditations, guided meditations, ps4, ps5, xbox, gamer meditation, gaming, gamers
6 min
History Storytime - For Kids
History Storytime - For Kids
Sophie (7) & Ellie (4) tell history for kids
Isambard Kingdom Brunel with the Brunel Museum
Sophie (age 7) & Ellie (age 5) team up with the Brunel Museum to tell the story of the incredible engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel helped build the modern world.----more---- Sophie and Ellie are keen to explore Victorian Britain. They want to do a podcast on Isambard Kingdom Brunel but Daddy doesn’t know much about him. Luckily, Sarah, from the Brunel Museum is on hand to help. Together the three of them tell the story of Isambard Kingdom Brunel. But we start with his father. Marc Brunel is a Frenchman who has been sent to priest school. But his heart is not in it. Instead he likes making things. When the French Revolution breaks out he is forced to flee France. But not before falling in love with an English woman. They are parted by the Revolution and Marc flees to America. There he starts to achieve his life’s ambition to become an engineer. While in New York he meets the famous Alexander Hamilton. Hamilton is so impressed with Marc Brunel that he writes him a recommendation to get a job as an engineer in London. Marc travels to England and is married to his English sweetheart. Once in England he starts building things. One of those projects is a new tunnel under the Thames. The tunnel is wanted by the Duke of Wellington to help transport soldiers to the south coast. But people also hope that it will be used by paying customers too. The tunnel is considered an impossibility to build. But Marc has a helper. He has a new Chief Engineer, his son Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Together the two Brunels come up with an extraordinary new way of tunnelling underwater based on how a worm tunnels. The tunnel is built and Queen Victoria herself pays a visit. Isambard Kingdom Brunel is in demand from others for his engineering skills. He is asked to build the new Railway line to the West of England. This is a huge undertaking and needs bridges, tunnels and viaducts. Many of Brunel’s ideas are completely revolutionary. But they work and Brunel spends his time travelling around in his own railway carriage overseeing the project. Next the girls tell the story of Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s ship building. He repeatedly built the biggest ship in the world. We hear the story of why he kept building bigger and bigger ships. We also hear how the activities of those ships helped make the modern world of telecommunications that we enjoy today. Finally, the girls reflect on the incredible achievements of Isambard Kingdom Brunel and how doing his maths homework at school helped him make the modern world! ABOUT THE BRUNEL MUSEUM This episode was a joint production with the Brunel Museum and their team – especially Sarah Kuklewicz. The Brunel Museum tells the story of one of the world’s great engineering dynasties. Brunel organised the world’s first underground concert party on the Museum site in 1827, and the Museum celebrates and interprets music and theatre as well as engineering. They aim to preserve and share widely the ground-breaking stories of the Thames Tunnel project and the outstanding achievements of the Brunel family and their relevance to our lives today. You can find out more about them here: Homepage - Brunel Museum ( Obviously the Museum is closed at the moment but teachers and parents might be interested in the activity sheets on their website. It is particularly suitable for KS1 and KS2 and their Victorian topic work. Activity sheets - Brunel Museum ( PLEASE DO SUPPORT THE MUSEUM Normally we include a link to our own Patrons’ Club. But rather than that this week we would be grateful if anyone would consider donating to the Brunel Museum. It’s a difficult time for all our museums and the whole heritage sector. I know any small donation would be much appreciated as they were very generous helping us prepare this episode: Make a donation - Brunel Museum (
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