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how to write story writing

HOW to write a story?


  • 1. Read the outline first.

    2.choose an appropriate title of the story in Capital letters.

    3. Use the outline as much as possible to form a full sentence.

    4. Add some relevant sentences to the outlines.

    5. Use the past form of the verbs.

    6.you Can use or add short dialogue within the story to make it free from artificial or natural & interesting.

    7. Add suitable Moral, if any at the end of the story.


how to write story writing







In the English language, there are many types of stories. Some of these are given below with explanation.

1.Folk Tale.
The folk tale is popular stories handed down from generation to generation. It often has a moral.

2.Fable.
Fables are short tales usually with animal characters & they always have a moral.

3.Stories on human beings.
Here is depicted interesting &factual episodes of some human beings.

4.Stories with real-life experience.
In this story, we depict happening collected from real life experience.


stories for kids-Wood cutter & water God

A  GREEDY CRANE &  HELPLESS WOLF


 Once upon a time, there lived a wolf in a jungle. One day Wolf had been eating meat too quickly, and a bone had stuck crosswise in its throat. It could get bone neither up nor down, and of course, It could not eat a thing. Normally, that was an awful state of matter for a greedy Wolf.

So, It was searching for someone in the jungle to pull out the bone stuck on its throat.  By chance, it met with a crane and it hurried to the Crane. He was sure that she, with her long neck and bill, could easily be able to reach the bone and pull it out. So the wolf requested her to pull out the bone from its throat and declared “I shall reward you very if you pull out the bone”, said the Wolf,

The Crane, at first was very uneasy about entering her head into Wolf’s throat. But she was grasping in nature, so she did what the Wolf asked her to do. When the Wolf felt that the bone pulled out, it started to walk away.

 Then crane asked to wolf anxiously “But what about my reward!”

“What!” snarled the Wolf, whirling around. “Haven’t you received your award it? Isn’t it enough that I let you take your head out of my mouth without snapping it off?”

Moral: Expect no reward for serving the one who has no honor. Staying in a company of selfish people will not do anyone any favor.


             A woodcutter and water God


Long ago, there lived a woodcutter in a small village.  He was sincere and honest in his work and very honest.  Every day, he went to the nearby forest to cut trees.  He brought the woods back into the village and sold them market to earn his money.

One day, a poor woodcutter was cutting a tree near a river. By chance, his axe slipped out of his hand and fell into the river.  The river was so deep, he could not even think to come back it on his own. He had an axe which was dropped into the river. He became very worried thinking about how he will be able to earn his livelihood. He became very sad, started crying and prayed to God. Hearing the crying water God appeared in front of him and asked, “What is the matter, my son?” The woodcutter explained the problem and requested God to get his axe back.

 As soon as  Water heard the problem from the poor woodcutter water God dived into the river and took out a silver axe and asked, “Is this your axe?”  The Woodcutter replied negatively. “No”. madam  So God put his hand back deep into the water again and showed a golden axe and asked, “Is this your axe?”  The woodcutter looked at the axe and said “No”.  Then God said, “Take a look again Son, this is a very valuable golden axe, are you sure this is not yours?”  The woodcutter replied negatively. It’s not mine.  I can’t cut the trees with a golden axe.  It’s not useful for me”.

God smiled and finally put his hand into the water again and took out his iron axe and asked, “Is this your axe?”  To this, the woodcutter said, “Yes!  This is mine!  Thank you!”  The Goddess was very impressed with his honesty so she gave him his iron axe and also other two axes as a reward for his honesty.

Moral:  Always be honest.  Honesty is always rewarded.
EXAMPLE OF A STORY for kid

             WHO IS TO BELL THE CAT.



Once upon a time there lived in a huge house a large number of Mischievous mice. The master of the house became annoyed & hit upon a plan to get rid of them. He managed to bring a cat to kill the mice. The mice found themselves in great danger. They could not move freely inside the house of the master due to Cat brought by the master of the house.so.They held a meeting to discuss the matter & find out a way out. Several proposals were made, but none sounded effective. Finally, a young mouse rose to speak. He said, "I have a good plan for your consideration."Let us tie a bell around the cat's neck. Then we shall hear him coming & hide in time."All the mice cheered & thanked the young mouse for his plan. At last, an old mouse stood up & said, "No doubt, the idea is good. But pray, who is to bell the cat?".At this, all remained silent. There was none who dared to bell the cat.

MORAL- IT IS EASY TO BUT HARD TO DO.


𛲠A SLY FOX AND FOOLISH GOAT


 Once upon a time, there lived a fox beside a village. One day it was roaming in search of food. As it was unmindful, it accidentally fell into a well. He tried his level best again & again to come out of the well. But it could not come out. He was thinking about his own fate. At that time a goat was passing by the well. The peeped into the well & saw the fox. The goat enquired the fox, " what are you doing into well?".The cunning fox replied," I am drinking water? The water of this well is very sweet..Please come & taste the water here.

The foolish goat believed what the fox said.so, it jumped into the well. The fox lost no time but at once leaped upon the goat' horn and got out of the well. The poor goat was left in the well.
 Moral- Think twice before you do a thing.


 𑂽A FARMAR AND HIS THREE QUARRELSOME SONS

A farmer lived in a village. He had three sons. They always quarreled with one another. So the farmer was very unhappy. He asked them not to quarrel among themselves. But all was in vain. One day farmer had an idea. He sent for his sons. He gave them a bundle of sticks and asked them to break it. Each of the three brothers tried but could not break the bundle of sticks.
The farmer untied the bundle. He gave each of his sons a single stick & said." Now break it."Each of them could easily break it. Then the farmer said," now m sons"." If you remain united, you will be happy, & none would be able to harm you. The sons learned a great lesson & lived happily ever afterward.
Moral-United we stand, divided we fall.


THE LION & THE MOUSE

𛲠A lion was sleeping in his den. A mouse was playing under a nearby tree. The mouse entered into the den & began to play near the sleeping lion. Accidentally, the mouse entered into the nose of a mouse. The lion was angry. He caught the mouse and was about to kill him. But the mouse said," please, spare my life." I shall help you someday."The lion smiled and took pity on the mouse. He let him go.
After a few days later there came a hunter in the jungle. He trapped net to catch the lion.
The lion trapped in the net of hunter & roared again and again. The moused was nearby .so it heard the nose & rushed to the spot. The mouse cut the net by its sharp teeth & set the lion free. He thanked little mouse to save its life.

Morla- Even the small can save the great.

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   THE GREEDY FARMER

➤Once there lived on the bank of a river a farmer. He lived in a hut. He was a very poor farmer. One day a king hermit gave him a wonderful goose. It used to lay a golden egg every day. Thus the farmer was very happy to be rich by selling those eggs in the nearest market. But gradually his greed grew unexpectedly. One day he said to himself, "If I get all the golden age at a time, I shall be as rich as the King." So hit upon a plan to cut the goose & get all the eggs inside the belly of goose. But after cutting the belly of the goose, he found there saw no eggs. He felt very sorry. He bitterly wept & said, " Oh! What a fool I have been!"
Moral - One who wants all lose all.



 THE SHEPHERD BOY & THE WOLF


➤Once upon a time, there lived a shepherd boy in a village. He always went to tend the cattle in the forest. He used to look after the herd of cattle every day. He was very fond of fun. So he forgets the seriousness of his life. One day out of fun he cried out, " wolf! Wolf!, Please help me."The people who were working in the field beside the forest. They Came rushing to the spot to help him. But, they found that the shepherd boy was laughing. So, they went away. The same thing happened for a few more days. Then one day a wolf really to help him. The wolf killed the boy and the ship as well.

Moral- Nobody believes a liar.


                THE FOOLISH CROW

➤Once a crow was hungry. It came to the shop. When the owner of the rhe shop was absent, it stole a piece of meat of that butcher shop. It flew away nearby tree & sat on a tree. When he was about to eat it.A cunning fox was passing there. The fox was clever & greedy. It wanted to get the piece of meat from the crow. So it said to crow " You are a beautiful bird, Your voice is sweet, Please sing a song".Being flattered by the cunning fox, the foolish crow opened its mouth to sing. At once the piece of meat fell into the ground. Then the fox picked it up & went away.

Moral - Flatterers are never to be trusted.
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