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Mice Story

Children's growth and development are greatly supported by stories. The characters they grow to know and the books they read can resemble friends. Children should also be made aware of the value of books as a source of knowledge and the significance of solid reading capacities for success in the future. Reading supports children's language development and emotional regulation.

Introduction to the Mice Story

Introduction to the Mice Story

By introducing new concepts into a child's environment, such as concepts about magical planets, other planets, alternate timelines, and fictional characters, stories aid in developing a child's imagination. The children will be inspired to understand that they can and should imagine whatever they wish.

Let's read a short yet engaging tale that children can enjoy before bed or whenever they are bored. This will improve your reading skills in addition to helping you keep yourself entertained. So, a real mouse and a computer mouse met one day. Suddenly, a cat started chasing and attempting to catch the real mouse. What took place next?

The Mice Story

The Mice Story

The Mice Story 

A young mouse decided to investigate the table one day and climbed up. "Aww, yum! This looks delicious."

"Oww! Owww! My attacker is who?" crying voice.

The mouse questioned, "Who are you? The answer was, "I'm a mouse."

“I'm a mouse, though.”

“I am a mouse as well. The initial mouse chuckled.”

"Haha! Who do you suppose you are, a mouse?

How can you help?"

The mouse quickly dashed to the kitchen and returned with some cake.

"Look! A mouse is capable of doing this. The cake is edible by actual mice. Not you.” The other mouse said, "Little mouse, watch and learn." She retrieved a cake image from the computer's hard drive.

The initial mouse wasn't persuaded.

"What a mouse can do, you can't do."

Cat running after the first mouse

Cat Running After The First Mouse 

He took a pencil from the desk and began to bite on it.

“This is what a real mouse can do, just look at what I did to this pencil!”

A picture of some logs was displayed on the screen by the other mouse.

“I am capable of more than that. Look!”

“Can you dance like me, the first mouse requested? The mouse started dancing and showing his skills.”

The house cat hissed as it arrived out of nowhere. It saw the mouse and ran towards it.

"Oh no! Help!" the first mouse shouted.

The first mouse cried, "What should I do?" as it fled.

Mice became friends

Mice Became Friends 

Quickly, the second mouse activated a video of a barking dog on the screen to frighten the cat away. Bow three times. The first mouse hugged the second mouse.

"I'm grateful. I owe you my life. Like me, you're a good mouse."

Moral of the Story

This story has a lot of valuable moral lessons that have to be taught to the Children. The story tells us how important friendship is and also the importance of helping others who are in need. When the cat scared the mice, the mouse acted wisely by playing a video of a barking dog which scared away the cat. If it was not for the mouse, the mice would have lost its life. This short story also emphasises the presence of the mind, which is another important life skill to be learnt.


The Mice story is a very short story for kids. It is a very simple story for kids which is fun to read when bored. The short story is about a mouse (mice) and a mouse (related to computers) who start arguing about who the real mouse is, but eventually end up as friends after the mouse saves the mice’s life. This Simple Story, in a way, generates Children’s imagination and imparts valuable life lessons. Short stories have a method of imparting knowledge that makes them more fascinating and relatable. 

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FAQs on The Mice Story - Funtime with Stories

1. What happened when the real mouse met another mouse?

When the real mouse first saw the mouse, it was startled. He inquired about who he was and where he was from. He was once more shocked when he heard the response. He found it hard to understand how he could be a mouse. He described to him his abilities and all that he was capable of. His ability to consume the cake was first shown. The mouse then defended itself and showed him the cake's photo. The actual mouse then took a pencil and chewed it, but he still displayed the illustration of a log of wood. In this way, the two mice battled and displayed their fighting skills.

2. How did the real mouse and the mouse become friends?

Both mice were engaging in skilful combat with one another. A cat suddenly appeared and began startling the real mouse as he was demonstrating his dance skills. The mouse began to flee and defend itself from the threat. When the mouse saw this, it had the idea to assist the actual mouse. On the screen, he displayed a picture of a dog. The cat was startled by this and believed it to be a genuine dog. As a result, it fled and abandoned the genuine mouse. As a result, the real mouse was extremely relieved, and grateful, and praised the mouse for saving it from the cat's potential hunger. He gave him a bear hug and praised him for being a good mouse like him. They then became buddies after this.

3. Is the mice story a real story?

No, the mice story is a fictional story and all characters are fictional.

4. What is the plural for a mouse?

Mice is the plural for a mouse.

5. How can short fictional stories help in shaping children’s minds?

Predicting what will happen next can help kids better decode unknown words and sentences. Short fictional stories help not only boost their imagination and creativity but also improve their memorization skills and critical thinking skills. Also, when reading stories to children, they start listening carefully to the words and eventually they start reading, which is an excellent way for them to learn how to read. It also develops their language and communication skills.