BAD HABITS – MORAL STORIES FOR KIDS || KIDS LEARNING VIDEOS (Animation) – KIDS HUT STORIES


Tofu! Don’t talk with your mouth full. It’s okay, Tia It is just you and me. I think the only way to get you eat quietly is to tell you a story. Hmmm Yes! Yes! Tia! Once upon a time a rich businessman lived with his 8-year old boy The businessman loved his son But hated that he had some bad habits Worried about his son’s behaviour the man went to a wise master ‘O’ wise Master my son is a very good boy But he has picked some unhealthy habits which I cannot get him to let go I worry about him. all the time Please help me. Bring him to me tomorrow morning The next morning the man did as the Master had said He brought his boy to him Come, son. Lets go for a walk. The boy obeyed And they went for a walk in the garden As they walked, they came upon a little sapling. Son, pull out the sapling for me. The boy did that easily and presented the Master with the sapling Very well, now you see that small plant? Pull that out for me The boy did as asked And easily pulled the plant out Next, the Master asked him to pull out a bush It took some effort, but the boy did that too Now, see that small tree, son? Pull that out for me. The boy went to the small tree and though it took him a lot of effort and struggle he pulled it out for the master Very well done Finally, look at that big tree over there Pull that out too for me The boy tried and tried But the tree did not budge Finally, tired the boy gave up. I am sorry, wise Master I cannot pull that tree out It is old and strong Bad habits are just like the plants and trees When they are new like the sapling you can get rid of them quickly and easily But if you let them stay and grow they grow strong and become like the old tree that cannot be removed Forgive me, Master! I now understand, what my father has been trying to tell me I will drop all my bad habits from now on! Tia! What if talking with food in my mouth becomes my bad habit too I will stop it right now I will never talk with food in my mouth, ever again! That’s great Thank you, Tofu!

100 thoughts on “BAD HABITS – MORAL STORIES FOR KIDS || KIDS LEARNING VIDEOS (Animation) – KIDS HUT STORIES”

  1. Hey!! I love your videos….need a help….want to make videos like you…can anyone of you suggest a software by which we can make animated videos if you know something… please tell….have a dream. to make it like you….anyone please

  2. It helped me a lot thank you very much I have watched every single video of yours and I cannot wait for the new ones to be uploaded 🙂

  3. I began training my child to read at 14 months. I decided to coach him the right way to read a few things even at a really young age using this reading guide “Wamzοzο Loli” (Gοοgle it) though I was hesitant over it. Now that he is 2 years and four months old, he is able to read through a whole book without having me helping him..
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  4. Wonderful story with very good message. Let your kids inculcate the habits of exercise and meditation as it helps in become physically, mentally and spiritually fit.

  5. This lesson is very helpful for me. I understood the moral of the story and now I am also remove my all bad habits until it became like a big tree

  6. very nice story – BAD HABITS – MORAL STORIES FOR KIDS || KIDS LEARNING VIDEOS (Animation) – KIDS HUT STORIES

  7. I wish my child would behave nd learn not to do wrong. Yes all she does is misbehave.. I come home nd I wanna love my child but she repeats doing bad stuff

  8. My child was picked for reading support services in 1st grade. This great reading technique “Wamzοzο Loli” (Gοοgle it) has really helped a lot in enhancing the learning skills of my kid although he is just on grade level and his progress certainly stunned his reading teacher. It will be much better if the instructor in school had this reading system to make use of…
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  9. The wise man did not say please to the young boy. That could have done to this video so that the little mind viewer will learn that saying "please" is showing politeness.

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