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A collection of Tree Stories for kids of all ages. Read and enjoy these bedtime Tree Stories that will educate as well as entertain your child!

The Little Christmas Tree

The Little Christmas Tree

Once upon a time, in a peaceful forest covered in a blanket of snow, there stood a small Christmas tree. This tree was much smaller than all the others in the forest. Its branches were not as tall or as full, and it often felt overlooked.

Each winter, people would come to the forest to pick a Christmas tree. They always chose the biggest and fullest trees, leaving the little tree alone. The little tree felt sad and wished to be as grand as the other trees.

One snowy evening, as the stars twinkled above, a family of forest animals approached the little tree. They were looking for shelter from the cold. The little tree, with its sparse branches, could not offer much cover, but it shared what it had.

The animals, grateful for the shelter, decided to decorate the little tree. They adorned its branches with berries, nuts, and beautifully woven spider webs that glistened like tinsel in the moonlight.

As the night went on, more animals came, drawn by the warmth and light of the little tree. They sang songs and shared stories, creating a magical atmosphere around the tree.

The next morning, a group of people came into the forest. They saw the little tree, glowing with natural decorations and surrounded by happy animals. They realized that this was the most special tree of all. It might not have been the biggest or the fullest, but it had brought the forest together and spread joy and warmth in the coldest of times.

The little tree was finally appreciated not for its size, but for its heart and the love it shared. The people left the tree in the forest, understanding that its true place was there, being a beacon of hope and togetherness for all the forest creatures.

Moral of the Story: Even the smallest can make a big difference through kindness and warmth.

Haughty Oak Tree

Haughty Oak Tree

In the oak tree’s eyes, he was a robust tree. He thought to himself, “I am way stronger than these weak reeds. Unlike them, I stand alone in the storm, never bend to the wind’s will.”

The same night nature took a toll, a powerful storm came.

In the morning, reeds found the mighty oak tree uprooted. They said, “Oh lord, we are grateful that we can bend and don’t just break.”

Moral of the Story: Pride takes a fall.