Tag: Wolf Stories

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

The Shepherd Boy Who Cried Wolf

The Shepherd Boy Who Cried Wolf

Once upon a time, in a green and lush valley, there lived a young shepherd boy named Sam. Sam was in charge of taking care of a flock of fluffy, white sheep. Every day, he would lead them to graze on the sweet grasses of the nearby hills.

One sunny afternoon, as the sheep munched away, Sam thought of a mischievous plan to break the boredom. He ran down to the village, shouting, “Wolf! Wolf! A wolf is attacking my sheep!” The villagers, worried and anxious, rushed up the hill to help him. But when they got there, they found no wolf, only Sam laughing at his own trick.

The villagers were annoyed but decided to forgive Sam, thinking it was just a silly joke. A few days later, Sam got bored again and played the same trick. “Wolf! Wolf!” he cried. And again, the kind villagers hurried to his aid, only to find that it was a trick once more.

But then, one evening, as the sun was setting and the stars began to twinkle, a real wolf sneaked into the field where Sam’s sheep were grazing. Sam, terrified, ran as fast as he could to the village, yelling, “Wolf! Help! A real wolf this time!”

But this time, the villagers didn’t believe him. They thought it was another trick. “He’s just fooling us again,” they said, shaking their heads. So, nobody came to help. Sam felt sad and scared as he watched the wolf chase his sheep away.

The next morning, Sam learned a very important lesson. He apologized to the villagers for lying and promised never to do it again. And the villagers learned to be more forgiving and understanding.

Dear children, always tell the truth, because if you lie, people might not believe you when you really need them to. Trust is like a precious treasure; once lost, it’s hard to get back. So, let’s always be honest and true!

Moral of the Story: Always tell the truth, because trust, once lost, is hard to regain.

The Wolf and the Seven Little Goats

The Wolf and the Seven Little Goats

In a cozy house near a whispering forest, there lived a kind mother goat with her seven playful kids. One sunny day, the mother needed to fetch food and cautioned her kids, “Beware of the sly wolf with his hoarse voice and dark paws!” They nodded bravely.

No sooner had she left, a knock echoed. “Open up, little ones, it’s Mommy!” But the kids, smart and alert, recognized the wolf’s rough voice. “Nice try, Mr. Wolf, but our mom sings sweetly!”

Frustrated, the wolf gobbled chalk to soften his voice and returned. This time, he fooled the kids with his soft voice, but his black paws gave him away again! “No way, your paws are too dark!” they shouted.

The wolf, cunning and relentless, tricked a baker and a miller to disguise his paws. On his third try, with soft voice and white paws, he tricked the kids into opening the door. Oh no!

The kids scattered, hiding everywhere – under the table, in the bed, even in the clock case! But the wolf was quick and found all except the tiniest, who was cleverly hidden.

When Mother Goat returned, she was shocked by the chaos. Only the smallest kid emerged, recounting the tale of the wolf’s trickery. With tears and determination, they set out to find the wolf.

In the meadow, they found him, snoring under a tree. Mother Goat noticed something stirring in his belly. “Could my little ones still be there?” With a swift snip, she cut open the wolf’s belly, and out hopped her six kids, unharmed!

Together, they filled the sleeping wolf with stones and sewed him up. When the wolf awoke, thirsty and heavy, he stumbled to a brook. But the stones dragged him down into the water, and he was never seen again.

The seven little goats danced around their mother, cheering, “The wolf is gone! We’re safe and sound!” They hugged each other, their hearts filled with joy and courage.

Moral of the Story: Always be cautious and clever, especially when dealing with strangers.

The Three Little Pigs

The Three Little Pigs

Once upon a time, there were three little pigs, each eager to build their own home. The first little pig, who loved to play more than work, built his house out of straw. He finished quickly and danced merrily around his new home.

The second pig, who also enjoyed play but was a bit more cautious, built his house out of sticks. It was stronger than straw, but still completed with enough time for fun.

The third pig, the most diligent of the trio, decided to build a house of bricks. He worked hard, knowing that a sturdy house would protect him best.

One day, the Big Bad Wolf came to the straw house. In a gruff voice, he called out, “Little pig, little pig, let me come in!”

But the first little pig replied, “Not by the hair on my chinny chin chin, I will not let you in!”

So, the wolf huffed and he puffed, and he blew the house down! The first little pig ran as fast as he could to his brother’s stick house.

Soon, the wolf arrived at the stick house and repeated, “Little pig, little pig, let me come in!”

The second pig replied, “Not by the hair on my chinny chin chin, I will not let you in!”

But the wolf huffed and puffed, and blew the house down! The two little pigs ran to their brother’s brick house, just in time to escape the wolf.

At the brick house, the wolf again demanded entry. “Little pig, little pig, let me come in!”

All three pigs responded, “Not by the hair on our chinny chin chins, we will not let you in!”

The wolf huffed and puffed with all his might, but the brick house stood firm. Exhausted and unable to blow the house down, the wolf finally gave up and left the pigs in peace.

Moral of the Story: Hard work and patience bring the best results.