5 lines short stories with moral? Welcome To 5 Minute Bedtime Website: The website “5 Minute Bedtime Stories” is an initiative from a group of individuals who believe in maintaining traditional values and keeping good habits from the past alive. One such habit that is becoming obsolete with time is bedtime story telling. So, we came up with the idea to write stories for toddlers. Some of the specific features that make 5minutebedtime.com special include the use of simple vocabulary, inclusion of moral lesson and the short span. Read additional details at short bedtime stories.
The Princess and The Pea is a classic fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson. The story has interesting characters that will intrigue your children and make them want to hear the story until the end. A young prince wants to marry a princess, but he wants one that is a “real” princess. So he travels to far away kingdoms but does not find the real princess of his dreams. He comes back to his kingdom, disheartened. A few days later, on a dark stormy night, a princess knocks the doors of the palace. She is in a disheveled state, with her dress, boots and hair all drenched and dirty. To test if she is a real princess that her son wants, the queen puts a pea on the bed and lays 20 soft mattresses and 20 feather pillows on top of it. The princess sleeps on it that night but the next morning, she complains of having slept on something hard and uncomfortable. The queen determines that she is indeed a real princess, for who else can be so delicate!
A little girl named Norah is scared of nights. She hugs her bear tight and covers the pillow over her head. With every little sound or shadow, she runs to her mommy. Her mom hugs her tight and tells her to keep calm. But now that she is five-and-a-half years old, she is braver than ever before!! Eric was a naughty boy. Bedtime was never fun for him. He doesn’t like to bath, brush, or pull his pajamas. One fine day, Eric’s mom decided to tell him about a monster. She said, “I will tell you about the monster once you are ready for the bed.” For the very first time, Eric willingly took a bath, brushed his teeth and got ready. Now, mom took little Eric to the kitchen and filled a plate with chocolate chips and cookies. They both went to bed. Then the mom said, “Get under the covers. And say, Monster, monster, one, two, three.. come out and play with me? Monster will do anything for these yummy cookies.”
Little Nutbrown Hare and his daddy Big Nutbrown Hare are out in the woods when the little one says, “Guess How Much I Love You.” When his father says he couldn’t guess, Little Nutbrown Hare stretches his hands and says, “this much!” The Big Nutbrown Hare responds to this by extending his longer arms and says “But I love you this much.” Little Nutbrown Hare then reaches his hands up and says, “I love you as much as high as I can reach.” Big Nutbrown Hare does the same, and Little Nutbrown Hare says that is higher than he can reach! Both the hares continue the conversation, comparing how much each loves the other and finally, Little Nutbrown Hare falls asleep saying, “I love you right up to the moon.” Big Nutbrown Hare kisses the little one good night and says, “I love you to the moon and back.”
Bedtime stories for toddlers are almost guaranteed to make your little ones fall asleep when they listen to them. These stories are mesmerizing and often take toddlers into a world of imagination and fantasy. The stories are full of fascinating characters, personalities, and even objects, leaving your child amazed. Some toddlers may even participate in the reading if you read these stories often from a book. A bedtime story can calm your little one when they listen to it, which will eventually put them to sleep by making their eyes turn heavy. Read additional info at 5minutebedtime.com.