Rhyming Stories

Rhyming stories are really just short stories for kids.

A poem with a plot that reads like a story. They concentrate on the rhyme but still tell a story.

You have the fun factor of rhyming and the value of a plot.

They fit perfectly into a story session.

Do they work as bedtime stories? Sure - why not?

The simple plots keep your child engaged while still having the fun that a rhyme provides. And if ultimately it promotes sleep, then I'd say it's done it's job.

I hope you and your kids enjoy your storytime together and, as always, fertilize those imaginations.

The Little Red Hen

Sweet Tooth Dan

The Jumblies

Mabel on a Midsummer Day

Deborah Dent and Her Donkey

Mother Goose and the Golden Egg


Madam Fig's Gala

The Queen of Hearts

The Ducks and The Frogs

Daddy Long Legs and The Fly

The Nutcracker and The Sugartongs

Simple Simon

Tom the Pipers Son

When I Shut My Eyes

Mr & Mrs Spikky Sparrow

Clover Blossom

The Elephants Ball

Aladdins Lamp

Fairies of Caldon Low

Fourth of July Strike

The Butter Kitten

Tale of the Crows

The Two Bears

The Butterflys Ball

Bobby’s Hill

The Grasshopper and the Ant

The Acorn and the Pumpkin

The Cat and the Fox

The Dog and His Image

Fox and Crow

City Mouse and Country Mouse

The Lion and The Gnat

The Donkey in The Lion Skin

The Dove and The Ant

The Fox and The Grapes

The Fox and The Stork

The Monkey and The Cat

The Hare and The Tortoise

The Heron Who Was Hard To Please

The Raven and The Eagle

The Miller and The Ass

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