"... By now Noah had gathered all the food grains the seeds and the animals he stored the food grains in the ark. God. Then made the animals arrive in pairs..."
About the Story
Once upon a time.
Values of the Story
A fun way to learn valuable lessons
Learning the animals
Children love animals. From the earliest age learning animal names and noises are a key first language skill and many children’s toys and favourite characters are based on animals throughout childhood. There is a clear natural affinity between them.
Teaching Children to Respect Animals
Empathy is an important thing for children to develop so they may attempt to understand the feelings of others. This way, they can more effectively communicate themselves and develop meaningful relationships with those around them.
Learning from examples
Children can learn from examples presented in books or short stories. They are more opened in earlier years to discover the truth and to separate right from wrong.