Magical Stories for kids

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The Fictional world of Stories

Kids Story to Space

Stories, Sometimes being a parent, we love it, sometimes we just get bored of them! But the fact of the matter is, Life itself is a story with the beginning and an end. Once the life take us through the phases when we were Kid ourselves, stories gain prime importance. From narrating bed time stories, to listening up new self – cooked stories from kids, engrossing them in self-made super funny and non existent ones, STORIES seems to be an innate part of us, more so of parents.

Check out some amazing Story books for kids here, all selected and Read personally by me:)

And yes, this is my recent Phase and that’s how I love to define the word Story.

S = “Story teller” Mom

T = Takes over the “Tantrums”

O = Moves from the world of “Originality”

R = World full of “Reverie”

Y = Kids “Yearn” for more

My kid who has just turned 3, has mastered the art of cooking stories which I hear day in and out. And when that stock is over, Its comes as a “next turn” for me to frame up stories. Ranging from all time favourite Jungle to Mermaid to Moon and Space stories. Wonder, I can be such a creative story-teller for my kid.

Similar thing happened when we got creative characters with our toothpaste. Looking at the space characters, my kid just got himself a tag of “Uncivilized” from me, running madly around the house. Hardly did I knew that he was already in a state of being “Neil Armstrong” and conquering the “white glittery moon”. He wanted to wear the shoes and started telling me “Mumma bye I’am going to Moon”. Lol, but believe me, I was in a state of an awe. But then began “OUR” journey to Moon, which looked so beautiful “indeed in a fresh cooked up story”.

Giving wings to his Dreams, here he flew with his friends!

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Hungry.. Come let’s have biscuits. Oh they were finished when we came from the earth, exclaimed Aashi! And that’s when kids started missing mama. They looked down and saw mama waving them with their favourite treats. Seeing this they both sat in the Spaceship and landed to the Earth soon. They hugged their mama and papa waiting for them.

They both thanked Astronaut Uncle for a beautiful visit to the space and for a great learning with the “Magical SPace Adventure”.

So the story ended!

And that’s how we weaved together an amazing story to help kids reach the Moon, understand the Solar system and generated an interest in the amazing science. I was bombarded with so many questions, which pleased me all through. It added so much of little piece of knowledge to their developing brains. It was indeed a “healthy food” for the grey matter and all via such a creative form.

Further this Friday, they even have a special assembly in their Kindergarten with the space theme and he is all-set to become an astronaut. Wow, I’m so excited to see these little munchkins. Shall post an update of that soon! So this story all the more correlated with his school learnings in a super fun way!

What stories have you narrated to your kids and how did they reacted to it? Why not share some funny instances here.


61 thoughts on “Magical Stories for kids

  1. We had a dog named Teddy when my son was a toddler and we always made up adventures that my son and Teddy had. When my son got a bit older he’d write comics about his and Teddy’s made up adventures! 😂 It’s so funny that the made up stories are the ones we remember best!

  2. Stories, especially where children are involved, have a magical quality to them. Everything is possible and the imagination knows now boundaries. That was a great space story and these types of tales are a really lovely part of children’s lives. As adults, it is always a joy to share this with them as well.

  3. I love this routine where parents read to their kids before bedtime. It must be such a bonding and relaxing experience! One to defifnitely put to practice if I ever have kids of my own!

  4. Wow! I can completely relate… Something about kids and their curiosity for ‘space’. They always work. My kids are super fond of mythological tales too and I need to be prepared at all times to answer their specific questions related to such topics. Motherhood I say…!!

  5. I was very lucky to have my mom read to me every night growing up, before we went to bed and she did the same to my little sister! It is very important for little minds to be read stories and books!

  6. Story telling is an important part of childhood as it all imaginations and creativity of child develops from story telling. These books are interesting and would love to read them and tell them to kids. This is very good your kid now cooks his own story.

  7. It’s wonderful you shared a list of good story books for kids. I don’t have any parenting experience but I am sure these tips will help when I have to tell stories to my nephew.

  8. In my stories with my daughter I always find ways to weave myself into the story, which work wonders for her imagination because then she’ll retell the story with herself (she’s a diva so she has to be the center of attention!).

  9. I read with my kids all the time. So it shouldn’t surprise me when I hear them letting their creativity go but it does because they will grab lines, and chapters from books or even shows and come up some very interesting stories.

  10. Wow that seems to be a good story and this post is such a visual treat… you seem to have put in a lot of work in it and it reflects 🙂

  11. These were the cutout with Colgate! I did posts on Space and Aquatic animals. These are the perfect way to form and motivate kids to think of stories.

  12. My kiddo is a book lover. Such amazing stories I shall definitely have a look out for this. Keep this coming. Shall wait for more

  13. My little one is very small for reading yet. He just see pictures and name them from his story books.soon he also start reading. These books seems very interesting and perfect for kiddos for keep them bzee and grow their reading skills.

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