Beauty and the Beast Story

Love Stories for All Ages ~ Share a Love Story from All Over the World No Reviews Posted.

Love Stories for All Ages ~ Share a Love Story from All Over the World

Stories with the Theme of LOVE...but not just traditional love stories...we will explore through our stories the many facets of love and what the main characters from each story learn about love, but more importantly, what they learn about themselves and others during the process. Some familiar stories are in our collection, Cinderella, Rapunzel,Beauty & the Beast,  and some unknown stories such as the Willow Leaf Eyebrow from China which both explore the theme of Love Beyond Appearances. All of the main characters in these stories will learn the art of what it means to truly love another through lessons of Compassion, Empathy, Forgiveness, & Appreciation. And, of course, what love story collection would be complete without a story of Love brought together by Fate.

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Stories to Grow by presents our award-winning collection of Bedtime Stories for Kids. Our Children's Stories consist of Classic Fairy Tales, Folktales (or folk tales), Riddle Stories, Legends and Myths from all over the world! Our Moral Stories for Kids each contain a positive message to leave a lasting impression.

Explore our collection of Children's Stories ~ Folktales from around the world. Folktales (or folk tales) are stories that have been shared from generation to generation by word of mouth. Folktales consist of Fairy Tales (or fairytales), Animal tales, Legends, Myths and Riddle Stories which you will find here! Our short moral stories for children are Kid-tested, Multicultural and feature positive moral messages to leave a lasting impression on the children in your lives! You will find funny, heart-warming and interesting stories all with positive morals.

Our folktale stories make wonderful Bedtime stories or the perfect Moral stories for the classroom to build character and teach Language Arts skills!  Our short stories are multi-cultural, kid-tested and all contain positive moral messages. So share one of our stories with a child today and create a lesson that will last a lifetime.

What does Kid-tested mean? Kid-tested and approved means they were edited until they were loved by our kid-testers. When kids love what they are reading, they internalize the stories. Since all of our Stories and Reader’s Theater Play Scripts have positive moral messages, that’s exactly the point! We guarantee that kids will love our Stories & Scripts and so will you!

Did you know? Over 20 of our Award-Winning Children's Stories, such as Two BrothersHaku's Power and The Three Princes, have been featured in educational textbooks all over the world, including such major publishers as Cambridge Press, Oxford University Press and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. They have also been featured in such State tests as the Florida State Assessment, Utah Sage Assessment and North Carolina State Assessment, as well as Nationwide tests such as the Common Core Exam and ETS Winsight Assessment.  Happy Storytelling!

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Baba Yaga Witch Scary Stories

Not TOO Scary Stories for Halloween ~ Stories for Kids No Reviews Posted.

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Not TOO Scary Stories for Halloween ~ Stories for Kids

These NOT TOO scary stories for kids are based on folktales. These "scary" stories are perfect for the classroom at Halloween time since they are not really scary but focus on folklore surrounding Halloween, including "witches, goblins and ogres". These scary stories can be used in the classroom to teach literary elements or can be read at home around the campfire for some not so spooky storytelling. Happy Halloween!

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Teaching the Theme of Honesty while Comparing/Contrasting Similar Texts with Cinderella No Reviews Posted.

Teaching the Theme of Honesty while Comparing/Contrasting Similar Texts

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“The Native American Cinderella” and "Cinderella"

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Looking for a great text on teaching the Theme of Honesty? Would you also like to teach Elementary students (Perfect for 2nd-4th) how to Compare/Contrast Similar Texts? At the same time, would you like to build student engagement, fluency and comprehension? Then we have the lesson plan for you! Utilize the below lesson plan with our Reader’s Theater Script, “A Native American Cinderella” and our Classic Tale "Cinderella". It would also work nicely with the Story version as well. A positive message while teaching an important literary skill: this is what you will find in all the Stories to Grow by Stories and Reader’s Theater Scripts. This week’s Honesty story is The Native American Cinderella from Canada:

The Native American Cinderella:

A unique version of a classic tale: A tale out of Canada from the Abenaki tribe: a Native American warrior with very special gifts searches for a maiden who is honest and worthy to be his bride. After a series of beautiful but deceitful maidens, he finds a maiden who is truly honest, but is she worthy? Find out here! Read the Script or the Story.

The content of this lesson plan & tale prompts skill-building for the Common Core Standards CCSS.ELA-LITERACY. RL.2.2, 2.6,3.2, 3.3, 3.6, 4.2, 4.3, 4.9

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