Stories for kindergarten: I am stronger, I can fly far away

 

I am stronger

There was a mama bird who had three baby birds. Every morning she flew miles away to find food for her kids. Sometimes she got tired and sat on a tree to rest. There was an eagle who saw the mama bird every day.

Whenever she stopped to take a breath, the eagle mad fun of her and told her, “I am stronger than you. I can fly for hours without getting tired.” Mama bird always smiled. One day as usual mama bird was looking for food for her kids when she saw the eagle sitting on the ground looking sick.”What is wrong?” Mama bird asked.

The eagle got sick and couldn’t fly to her nest and she was embarrassed. she was very weak. “Lean on me, I will help you to go to your nest.” Mama bird said. The eagle was weaker than mama bird. They walked through a cave and reached a tall mountain.

“This is taller than the  tree I live on.” Mama bird thought. She didn’t know how to help eagle to get up there. “I can’t fly.” The eagle said. But there was a nest on a big rock. The eagle decided to live there for a while. “You are kinder and stronger than I am.” The eagle said. Mama bird smiled. “Do you want to fly together someday?” The eagle asked. Mama bird was happy to make a new friend.

Words to learn: Kind – Strong – Bird – Eagle – Tree – Embarrassed – Nest – Mountain – Ground – Rock – Through – Breath – Tired – Sick.

 

The importance of stories for kindergarten:

Stories for kindergarten can be a great tool for instructors to help students improve their creative and critical thinking skills. Not only instructors but also parents can use stories for kindergarten to develop a variety of perspectives for their children. Children learn how to observe the world from a different view through stories.

Stories for kindergarten help to develop a child’s imagination and introduces them to new ideas– ideas about fantastical worlds, life outside of this planet, different points in time, and invented characters. It also encourages children to realize that they can, and should, imagine anything they want. An imaginative mind helps children to explore different sides of their needs and improve their problem-solving skills.

It’s through stories that children can comprehend abstract concepts such as time, freedom, justice, etc. Also by identifying with the characters, children learn how to deal with their feelings, how to express them, and how natural they are. In the end, the most important point of learning through stories is that children do not get bored or exhausted, and all the process of learning is done in a natural way. Check our other stories out.

 

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