25 Best Online funny stories for kids | Stories in English

Funny stories for kids:-

The Lion and the Mouse

While a lion was resting in the forest, a mouse started moving its body up and down for fun. The lion got angry and he got angry. When the lion was about to eat the mouse, the mouse begged to let it go. “I assure you, if you save me, I will be of great help to you in the future.” The lion laughed at the mouse’s confidence and set it free.

25 Best Online funny stories for kids | Stories in English

One day a group of hunters came to the forest and caught the lion. They tied him to a tree. The lion started roaring as he struggled to get out. Soon, the mouse passed by and saw the lion in distress. To rescue the lion, he ran away after cutting the rope and both of them ran toward the forest.
Moral of the story: Always be kind to each other.

wolf and crane

One day a wolf was eating the meat of his slain animal. A small bone got stuck in his throat, and he could not swallow it. He soon felt a sharp pain in his throat and started running up and down trying to find a way to relieve it. He begged anyone he saw to help him. In the end, the wolf faced the crane.

“Please help me,” pleaded the wolf. “I’ll give you everything you want.”

Crane agrees to give him a shot and orders the wolf to lie down with his jaw as wide as possible. Then the crane stuck its long neck into the wolf’s neck and pulled out the bone. Crane then requested his reward.

“Rejoice,” added the wolf, showing his teeth with a grin. You stuck your head in a wolf’s mouth and then took it back to a safe place.
Moral of the story: Kindness and greed cannot go together.

Golden Touch of Middas

Once upon a time, there was a Greek king named Middas.
He was very wealthy and had a many of gold. He had a daughter whom he loved greatly.
One day, Middas found an angel in need of support. He helped her and in return she agreed to grant him a wish.
Middas wished that everything he touched should be gold. his wish came true
On his way home he touched stones and trees and they turned into gold.
On reaching home, he enthusiastically embraced his daughter, who had turned to gold.
Middas is devastated and learned his lesson. After learning his lesson, Middas asks the angel to take away his wish.

Moral of the story
Greed is not good for you. Be content and content to live a happy and contented life

The Tortoise and the Hare

This is a very accepted story about a hare and a tortoise.
The rabbit is an animal that is known to move fast, while the tortoise can move slowly.
One day, the hare challenges the tortoise to a race just to prove that he is the best. The tortoise agreed.
Once the race starts the rabbit is able to move forward with ease. The tortoise is far behind in understanding. The overconfident rabbit decided to sleep.
Meanwhile, the tortoise, who was very determined and devoted to the race, was slowly approaching the finish line.
The tortoise won the race while the hare fell asleep. Most importantly, he did it humbly and without arrogance.

moral of the story
When you work hard and diligently, you can achieve your goals. Condemn the slow and steady race.

Three little pigs

Three little pigs were sent into the world by their mother to learn.

The three pigs, all decided to build their own home.
The first pig made a straw house because he didn’t want to work too hard and was lazy.
The second pig was a little less lazy than the first and built a stick house.
The third pig was industrious and worked hard to build a house of bricks and stones.
One day a wolf comes to attack them. He whispered and whispered and blew up the straw house.
Then he whispered and whispered and blew the stick home.
He whispered and entered the brick room.
Moral of the story:-
Always work hard and it will pay off. Don’t try to take time-saving methods to make things work.

Fox and Stork

Once upon a time, there was a fox and a stork. The fox was selfish but decided to invite the stork over for dinner. Saras was very happy to get the invitation and she reached her home on time.

The fox opened the door and called him in. They sat down at the table; The fox served him some soup in a shallow bowl. While the fox licked his soup, the stork could not drink it because its beak was too long and the bowl was too shallow.

The next day, the stork invites the fox for dinner. She also served him soup but in two narrow vases. As the stork had enjoyed and finished its soup, the fox realized his mistake and went home very hungry.

Moral of the story:-

Don’t be selfish since it will come back to you at few point

Ants and grasshoppers

Ant and grasshopper were best friends with very different personalities.
The grasshopper will spend its days sleeping or playing the guitar while the ant gathers food and builds its ant hill.

Sometimes, the grasshopper would tell the ant to take a rest. However, the ant will refuse and continue to complete its task.

Soon winter came cold days and nights. One day a colony of ants was trying to dry some corn grains. A very weak and hungry grasshopper approached the ant and asked, “Can you give me a piece of corn?” The ant replied, “We worked hard all summer for this corn, while you were at rest, why should we give it to you?”

The grasshopper was so busy singing and sleeping that it did not have enough food last winter. The grasshopper realized his mistake.

Moral of the story:-

Use it as long as you have the opportunity

The Princess and the Frog

Once upon a time, there was a princess. Several lovers came to the palace to win her hand in marriage, but it seemed to the princess that each of them was looking at her without even noticing her.

“They behave as if the princess has nothing but her fine crown and royal robes,” she said to herself.

One afternoon after one of these visits, the princess thought, “Sometimes I wish I was young again.” He got his favorite ball from childhood, which shone as he threw high towards the sun. He took the ball to the palace courtyard and threw it up.
Once he threw it higher and as he ran to catch the ball, it fell on a tree stump. The ball fell into the royal well! He ran to pick up his ball before plunging it too low, but when he got there he couldn’t see it in the water.

“Oh no!” He cried, “This is terrible!” Just then a small green frog pulled its head out of the water.

“Maybe I can help you,” said the frog.
“Yes,” said the princess. “Please take my balls!”

“Never mind,” said the frog. “But first you have to ask something.”

“what do you mean?” said the princess.

“It’s for you to spend time with me today,” said the frog.

“I’m not sure I know what that means,” said the princess.

“Just spend time with me today,” repeated the frog.
“I’m on it,” said the frog. He took a dip in a deep well. Moments later, he brought the ball up with one hand.

“Thank you,” said the princess, taking it from him.

He ran.

“Wait a minute!” said the frog. “You promised to spend time with me today!”

“I already did,” he said with a shrug. And the princess went back to the palace.

There was a knock on the door that night at dinner with his family and royal advisors. When the servant opened the door, no one was found there. The frog stood down and cleared its throat.

“The princess has promised to spend time with me today,” said the frog as loudly as he could. “So here I am.”

“girl!” said the king from the end of the table. “Did you promise to spend time with this frog, as he claimed?”

“In a way,” said the princess. After a pause, he said, “Oh, great, come in.”
The talks have become a matter of concern in the state. None of the royal advisors knew what to do.

“Dad, if I may,” said the princess. “maybe we could-“

“Pause!” The king said cutting him. “I have enough mentors, believe me.”

“If maybe,” said the frog, and for the first time he spoke at the table.
“There is more to a princess than her delicate crown and kingly dress.”

The princess looked at the frog. How can this little frog – more than anyone else – understand such things?

After dinner the frog bowed to the princess. He said, ‘You did what you said. I think it’s time for me to leave.”

“Don’t wait!” “It’s not too late,” said the princess. “What about a walk in the garden?”

The frog was happy. They both passed through the royal garden, the frog jumping along the stone wall so that he and the princess were on the same level and could talk easily.
He laughed at many things. Later, when the sun went down, he admired the deep pinkish red color spread across the sky.

“You know, being with you tonight was a lot more fun than I thought,” said the princess.

“I had a good time too,” said the frog.

“Who knew?” The princess smiled. He leaned over and kissed the frog lightly on the cheek.
Suddenly clouds and smoke started rising. The little green frog has become a prince! The princess turned back in surprise, and who could blame her? Prince immediately told her not to worry, everything is fine. Years ago, an evil witch cast a spell on her that she should remain a frog until she is kissed by a princess.

The witch smiled with an evil smile, “It will ever happen!” But it happened!

Now prince and princess can get to know each other better. Years later, after their wedding, he created a beautiful setting for the ball and placed it on his royal dining table. And when the sun shone through the windows of the palace, the ball shone for all to see.

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