This is a short moral stories for kids. In a small town in Southwest part of Canada, there was a school for young kids where little 10-year-old Ryan used to go.
One sunny morning, Ryan along with his whole class was learning about Africa.
The teacher was telling the students that in Africa, the kids did not have clean drinking water to drink and if we raised $70, then we could built a well in Africa for these small kids.
For the whole day, Ryan kept thinking about the kids who did not have clean water to drink and how he could help them built a well.
He went home that day immersed in the thoughts of building a well in Africa. When he got home he asked his mom’s permission to go on to the internet and search for online stories about the kids over there.
He asked his mom and dad about giving him $70 to build a well in Africa. He asked his parents if he could do extra chores and raise money. Ryan’s parents agreed.
After one month of extra chores, Ryan finally managed to get $70.
Ryan took $70 and along with his mom he went to the place who would process the $70 donation to build a well in Africa.
The person at the donation center said that it would take a lot more than $70. It would actually take $2000 to build a well in Africa.
Moral Of The Story For Small Kids: Don’t Give Up
Ryan did not lose hope. He vowed to raise $2000.
Ryan worked and worked. He got his friends and neighbors involved in raising money. Finally, he was able to raise $2000. It wasn’t a small story for kids like the 10-year-old Ryan.
Ryan was very happy and now able to send the money to Uganda.
Ryan was extremely happy and he kept thinking about the kids who could drink clean water now.
Little did he know that 2 weeks later, he would receive an invitation letter from the authority of Uganda to go there and meet the kids who were drinking clean water from the well, built using his money.
Ryan went to Uganda with his mom. The kids in Uganda welcomed them with open hearts. They appreciated him for helping them. They name the well after Ryan. It was called Ryan’s well.
Ryan made friends with the kids in Uganda. His best pal was Jimmy. Jimmy happened to be an orphan in Uganda. In no time, Jimmy and Ryan were inseparable. Jimmy taught Ryan a lot about Ugandan culture and in return, Ryan taught Jimmy how to speak English. They played and played like they were best friends and had known each other forever.
When the time came that Ryan had to come back to Canada, Jimmy and Ryan became extremely sad and were crying. They looked like long lost brothers. Ryan’s mom had also grown fondness for Jimmy.
After reaching the Canadian embassy in Uganda, Ryan and his mom decided that they would adopt Jimmy and bring him to Canada.
Jimmy came to Canada and is now living as a brother with Ryan and his parents. Ryan’s helpfulness changes many lives of the kids in Uganda but Jimmy’s life is forever changed for the better. Jimmy is very grateful to Ryan and his family. Ryan might be a small kid but his story is definitely bigger than his age and his parents are very proud of him.
The moral of this short story is to teach kids to help others and always not give up.