Moral Stories in English for Class 6 | Short Moral Stories for Kids in English

By Vijay Gupta

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Moral stories in English for class 6

This article is about moral stories in English for class 6. Here, I’m going to write some very short stories in English for students of class 6.

If you’re a guardian or teacher, you must read these moral stories so that you can tell them to your children and students as well.

Before writing moral stories, let’s know what a moral story is.

What is a moral story?

A moral story is a story from which we learn something that is valuable to us.

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Moral Stories in English for Class 6 | Short Moral Stories for Kids in English

Here are some interesting moral stories in English for class 6 and all are short moral stories for kids in English.

If you tell any of these stories to your children or students, they will be very pleased. So, without wasting your valuable time, let’s start writing moral stories in English for class 6.

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1. Widow’s naughty son

Vijay was a very naughty boy who used to fight a lot with the other boys around him, due to which his widow mother got very upset and always encouraged him to do good deeds. But, he never heeded her words.

One day, when she asked his second son to take Vijay to Mumbai for the purpose of earning, he agreed. She was very happy to hear that.

After some days, both reached Mumbai.

Since Vijay was very naughty, so he started doing illegal work there. One day, the police caught him red-handed with his gang.

After six months of imprisonment, he returned to his hometown and narrated the whole story to his mother and told her that she was right.

Moral of the story

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2. A man with a golden heart

Once upon a time, the only son of a man was very ill. He went to one of the most famous doctors in the village.

When he asked the doctor to see his child, the doctor refused as he was going to play badminton at that time. The man requested him a lot, but the doctor didn’t listen to him. After some time, his child died and the man returned to his home crying.

Twenty years later, the same doctor’s child was bitten by a snake. Many occultists tried to bring the child live but no one could help him.

In the end, the same man, whose child this doctor had refused to see, revived his child with his occult because he knew that tantra.

Consequently, the doctor was ashamed of himself and requested to forgive him, but the man went away from there without saying anything.

Moral of the story

3. The angry boy

There lived a very angry boy in a village. He was very upset with his anger because he used to talk very unfairly to people in anger.

Seeing this, the boy’s father called him and gave him a bag full of nails. He said to him, “Whenever you get angry, take a nail out of it and hit that in the fence. He did the same.

Whenever he got angry, he would take a nail from the bag and hit it on the fence. He found that he hit 40 nails in a single day and was surprised to see that.

Gradually, he started to control his anger and one day it came that he didn’t have to hit a single nail.

When he told this to his father, his father said to him, “Whenever you got angry, you hit a nail on the fence. As a result, the fence got many holes and it will never be like before. In the same way, anger only gives a wound to people, it doesn’t matter how many times you say sorry.”

Moral of the story

4. A stingy person

There lived a stingy person in a village. His name was Girish. He was so stingy that everyone in the village knew about it.

One day, he came to know that another stingy person has come to the neighboring village. So, he decided to meet him.

When he started leaving the house, he thought why not take some gift for him? He scratched some bananas on the white paper and put that in his pocket.

When he arrived at the miser’s house, he found that he wasn’t there. He waited for a few hours, but miser didn’t come. At last, he stood up and told the miser’s son to take those bananas he had scratched on the white paper and give them to his father as a gift.

When Girish started leaving the miser’s house, his son stopped him and said, “Wait, I have also something for you.” He made some mangoes in the air and asked him to take them as he had come to his house as a guest.

Girish was surprised to see it. Then, he realized that they are really very stingy. He left the house and went away from there.

When his father returned home, his son told him about the incident. His father said, “You made a mistake, you should have made mangoes smaller than the size you stated.”

Moral of the story

5. The greedy lion

Once a lion got hungry in the forest. He started wandering around in the search of food. But, he couldn’t find anything. He was very sad.

While returning to his den, he saw a small mouse. When the lion was about to kill it, he saw a deer near his den. Seeing the deer, the lion thought “The mouse is too small, it can’t quench my thirst” So, why not kill the deer?

So, he chased the deer.

He did his best to catch the deer, but unfortunately, he couldn’t. As a result, he became very disappointed and remained hungry.

Moral of the story

Very short stories in English for students or Very short English stories

1. A bad company

Once, a farmer got very upset with the crows as they would come to his field and ruin his crop. A pigeon also lived with the crows, it helped them in all their work.

Distressed by this, he laid a trap. The next day he saw that all the crows got caught in the net and there was a pigeon too.

Since those crows had been ruining his crop for a long time so he didn’t feel any pity for them and handed over all of them to the dogs.

Along with the crows, the pigeon was also killed by the dogs.

Moral of the story

2. A clever businessman

Once, a clever businessman went to the market to buy goods in the scorching sun.

After purchasing the goods, it seemed to him that the goods had become too heavy, so he hired a horse with his owner.

When both the men ( businessman and owner ) got tired of walking in the middle of the way, the businessman began to rest under the shadow of the horse.

Due to this, the owner started quarreling with him because according to the owner, he gave the horse to the businessman to carry his goods and not to rest in the shadow of the horse.

Taking the advantage of their quarrel, the horse fled away from there and both suffered heavy losses.

Moral of the story

The moral of the story is that the third person always takes advantage in the fight between two people, so always be alert.

3. Jealous parrots

In Kushinagar, there was a man who had many parrots. He loved his parrots very much and used to feed them a variety of food.

One day, the man bought a new beautiful bird from the market and brought it to his house.

When parrots saw that beautiful bird, they were jealous.

Consequently, all the parrots made a plan to kill the bird. When parrots attacked the bird, the man saw it. He saved the bird from them.

Due to the rude behavior of the parrots, the man left them in the forest.

Moral of the story

Final words

Ultimately, I hope that all these moral stories in English for class 6 must have satisfied you. Now, I believe that students will learn something from these moral stories in English for class 6.

If you really liked any of these moral stories in English for class 6, please share the article with those who need it.

Thank you.

Vijay Gupta

Hello everyone, My name is Vijay Gupta and I belong to a very small town that is situated in district Hardoi, which is in Uttar Pradesh. 1. Education – I’ve completed my primary education from a private school that is situated in my hometown and upper primary, matric and higher secondary education have been completed from a government college. Well, I was an average student till class 5th, but I accelerated my preference towards studies from class six. Consequently, I passed out many classes with good positions. Even I passed out 12th with good marks ( 405/500 ) and topped my college. Due to getting good marks, I got a cheque of 500 rupees and was rewarded by the Principal of my college. After completing my 12th, I prepared twice for IIT ( Indian Institute of Technology ) from Aakash institute, but unfortunately, I failed to get selected into the best IIT colleges. But during the preparation, I was being graduated from CSJMU Kanpur. I completed my graduation in 2016 and now I’m pursuing an educational degree ( B.Ed. ). 2. Profession – Although I love teaching, but I also do blogging. Both are my favorite jobs.

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