Cuentos en inglés para niños de 3 a 5 años

Historias en inglés con un lenguaje sencillo para niños pequeños

Una de las mejores formas de aprender en la infancia es a través de la diversión y el juego. Es por ello que, los cuentos, canciones y actividades en inglés resultan mucho más productivas y didácticas que sentarse a hacer un enorme listado de ejercicios.

Y, lo mejor, es que los niños pequeños son muy receptivos a aprender idiomas. Por lo tanto, hemos reunido una serie de cuentos en inglés para niños de 3 a 5 años que puedes leer con ellos en casa, en el parque, en el cole o en vacaciones para acostumbrarles a escuchar este idioma y que se familiaricen con su vocabulario. Te invitamos a leer con ellos una serie de fábulas y cuentos cortos en inglés para favorecer su aprendizaje.

cuentos en inglés para niños de 3 a 5 años

The lion and the mouse: el león y el ratón en ingés para niños pequeños

Fábula del león y el ratón para niños

A lion was asleep in the sun one day.

A little mouse came out to play.

The little mouse ran up the lion?s neck and slid down his back.

The lion caught him with a great big smack!

- I?m going to eat you!, the lion roared, his mouth open wide.

- No, no, please don?t!, the little mouse cried. Be kind to me and one day I?ll help you.

- I?m a lion! You?re a mouse! What can you do?

The lion laughed, very hard, and the mouse ran away. But the mouse was out walking the very next day. He heard a big roar, and squeaked when he saw the king of the jungle tied to a tree.

But the mouse had a plan to set him free. The mouse worked quickly and chewed through the rope. The lion said...

- Oh little mouse, I had no hope. You were right, little mouse, thank you, I?m free. You?re the best friend there ever could be!

 Cuentos en inglés para niños de 3 a 5 años: Little Red Riding Hood

Cuento infantil de princesas

Little Red Riding Hood lived in a wood with her mother. One day Little Red Riding Hood went to visit her granny. She had a nice cake in her basket. On her way Little Red Riding Hood met a wolf.

- Hello!, said the wolf. Where are you going?

- I?m going to see my grandmother. She lives in a house behind those trees.

The wolf ran to Granny?s house and ate Granny up. He got into Granny?s bed. A little later, Little Red Riding Hood reached the house. She looked at the wolf.

- Granny, what big eyes you have!

- All the better to see you with!, said the wolf.

- Granny, what big ears you have!

- All the better to hear you with!, said the wolf.

- Granny, what a big nose you have!

- All the better to smell you with!, said the wolf.

- Granny, what big teeth you have!

- All the better to eat you with!,  shouted the wolf.

A woodcutter was in the wood. He heard a loud scream and ran to the house.

The woodcutter hit the wolf over the head. The wolf opened his mouth wide and shouted and Granny jumped out.

The wolf ran away and Little Red Riding Hood never saw the wolf again. 

Cuento en inglés para niños de Los tres cerditos

Los tres cerditos y el lobo feroz, cuento con valores para niños

Once upon a time, there were three little pigs that were going to build a house to be safe from a wolf, who was hanging around destroying houses and eating the pigs that were inside.

The three little pigs had different ideas and so each pig built a different house. 

The youngest and most impatient brother wanted to finish his house soon and so he decided to build a house of straw and then he went to play with the other little pigs.

The middle brother built a house of sticks as it wouldn?t take him much time either, and so when he had finished he could also go out to play.

The oldest brother, decided to build his house of bricks. Even if it was going to take him longer, it was going to be a very strong house and a safe place from the wolf.

One day the wolf appeared and the three little pigs ran to the youngest´s house made of straw. But the wolf huffed and puffed and blew the house down, so the three little pigs ran to the middle brother´s house. 

The furious wolf followed them to the house of sticks, and huffed and puffed and blew that house down too. So they ran to the oldest brother´s house. 

The three little pigs were really scared. When the wolf arrived he huffed and puffed but he couldn´t blow down the house of bricks. So he gave up and disappeared, and the three little pigs never saw him again.

Cuento en inglés para niños de 3 a 5 años: Pedro y el lobo (The boy who cried wolf)

Pedro y el lobo, cuentos para niños

A shepherd boy, who watched a flock of sheep near a village, brought out the villagers three or four times by crying out:

- Wolf! Wolf!,  and when his neighbors came to help him, he laughed at them.

The Wolf, however, did truly come at last. The shepherd-boy, now really alarmed, shouted in an agony of terror:

Wolf! Wolf!

But no one paid attention to his cries. No one came to rescue his sheep. The shepherd boy returned home crying only with few of his sheep. From that day onwards, he promised never to lie again.

The shepherd boy returned home crying only with few of his sheep. The wolf had taken away one of his sheep, and few of his sheep had fled. From that day onwards, he promised never to lie again.

The dove and the ant. Cuento en inglés para niños

Fábulas cortas en inglés para niños

A dove saw an ant fall into a brook. The Ant struggled in vain to reach the bank, and in pity, the dove dropped a blade of straw close beside it. Clinging to the straw like a shipwrecked sailor to a broken spar, the Ant floated safely to shore.

Soon after, the ant saw a man getting ready to kill the dove with a stone. But just as he cast the stone, the ant stung him in the heel, so that the pain made him miss his aim, and the startled dove flew to safety in a distant wood.

Moral of the fable: a kindness is never wasted.

Cuento en inglés para niños pequeños: La lechera

Patty the Milkmaid was going to market carrying her milk in a Pail on her head.

As she went along she began calculating what she would do with the money she would get for the milk.

Cuento en inglés para niños: The Milkmaid and her Pail

- "I´ll buy some fowlsfrom Farmer Brown," said she, "and they will lay eggseach morning, which I will sell to the parson´s wife.

With the money that I get from the sale of these eggs I´ll buy myself a new dimity frock and a chip hat; and when I go to market, won´t all the young men come up and speak to me! Polly Shaw will be that jealous; but I don´t care. I shall just look at her and toss my head like this.

As she spoke she tossed her head back, the Pail fell off it, and all the milk was spilt. So she had to go home and tell her mother what had occurred.

- Ah, my child, said the mother. Do not count your chickens before they are hatched.

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