Children's stories

SECRET MESSAGE

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This Thursday at school was not like other Thursdays. All students from the first to eleventh grade were in the clouds and smiled mysteriously. On all boards neatly displayed date flaunted. *Fourteenth of February*

In our class there was an unwritten rule to write valentines to all friends. This is a very good rule! On the one hand, everyone receives hearts and is not offended by anyone, but on the other, no one knows who received the confession and who does not.

Olya also prepared a whole stack of valentines. There was one special one among them - for Yura Vorobyov. The guys had been looking at each other for a month, and Olya was sure that she would also receive the coveted heart. She folded the valentines into her favorite book, Detective Zatsepin is following the trail, and flew off to school. Vika immediately jumped to her friend.

- Look what valentines I made! Beautiful, really ?! Where are yours?

When Olya pulled out a book from her backpack, Vika grimaced - she was already tired of Olya reading at every break.

-Yes, I’m not going to read now,- Olga laughed and showed her friend the treasures hidden in the book.

- Another thing! - Vika was delighted, and the girls ran to the school mailbox. Now the most exciting thing remained - to wait.

Mail came after the third lesson. Olya went over heart by heart ...

There was no valentine from Jura. The girl blinked quickly and quickly in order to drive away the tears, Vika was nearby popping something, but Olya could not hear her. She wanted to hide from everyone, and especially from this nasty Vorobyov. So that no one could see the treacherous tears, she grabbed Detective Zatsepin and opened it on the first page that appeared. Suddenly a leaf fell out of the book. Olya wiped her eyes and unfolded the paper that had not come from where.

Vika looked over her shoulder at her friend and frowned.

-What the hell is this ?!

- This is not bullshit, but a cipher! - answered Olga. If you read detective stories, you would understand.

Olya quickly guessed the cipher. It said, "Olya, let's go to the cinema?" Yura".

Olya conspiratorially looked at Yura, and then she took a blank sheet and wrote: Let's go!

SPARROW STORY

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Once Molly invited Tonti to visit to drink tea and chat, She put a vase of cookies on the table and went to the kitchen to make tea. But when she returned to the living room, she saw that the cookies were scattered all over the table, Molly frowned and looked around - nobody! And suddenly, crumbs crumbled from above, Looking up, she saw a sparrow with cookies in its beak on the chandelier.

- So that*s who is carrying my cookies! - Molly grinned. - Wait, I*ll let you out now.

It opened the door and literally ran into Tonti, who was just about to ring. While friends greeted, the sparrow calmly landed on the table and began to peck cookies.

- O! I see that I’m not your only guest, - Tonti smiled.

Moli frowned again - she had not expected such a sparrow of impudence in her own house.

- Don't be angry,- Tonti said softly, -it's just a little hungry bird.
Hearing these words, the sparrow stopped pecking cookies and displeased chirped.

- How interesting! Tonti said in surprise, “I don't think he liked the fact that I called him small.- That would be to find out what he tells us ...

- And this is an idea! - exclaimed Molly and sped off to the next room. After a couple of minutes she returned with a device that looked like a voice recorder.

- Here! This is a translator from any language, even from a bird. Now we find out that he is tweeting there.

She pressed the button and brought the device to the sparrow. He carefully looked at the device, and then sang:

- Chirp chik, chik. Tweeters!

- What kind of thing is this? She seems inedible! - translated the miracle device. Sparrow jumped up and again flew up to the chandelier.
- He was scared! - said Tonti, and then added, turning to the sparrow: - Do not be afraid, baby, tell us about yourself.

Sparrow returned to the table, fluffed up his feathers and importantly began to chirp, and the device quickly translated:

- Let it be known to you: we, sparrows, are not afraid of anything! There are brave, smart and helpful birds.

Perhaps the most intelligent and most useful. We even put monuments for it!
- Here it floods! - laughed Molly.
-Everyone knows that the smartest birds are crows and parrots.

-Yes, yes,- Tonti confirmed, “And the stupidest ones are ostriches.- They are so stupid that when they get scared they hide their heads in the sand.

- Nonsense! - Sparrow tweeted so that something was beeping in the device. - Nonsense! Nonsense 'They just lower their heads to the ground when they get tired. How would they, therefore, breathe in the sand? People consider themselves smart, oh believe in such stupid things! Although, of course, ostriches do not differ in their particular intelligence, this is true. But they run fast,
- And who flies the fastest? Tonti asked.

- Peregrine Falcons Falcons Diving, they can spread up to 320 kilometers per hour, the sparrow chirped, proud of his knowledge.
“At this speed, the main thing is to stop in time so as not to fly the top of the head into the ground. Molly giggled.” She did not believe the sparrow, but she was interested to listen to him, so she asked:

- And what other records do birds have?

- Well, for example, a swift can fly for several months without stopping! - Even merged on the fly.
And vultures and condors fly above all ... Brrrr, nasty vultures,” the sparrow cringed. Then he was silent for a while and again cheerfully chirped:
- Why are there vultures, some birds were even in space! For the sake of experiments, astronauts take birds' eggs with them, and the chicks hatch already in orbit. This I understand - height. But there were cases when small birds such as myself flew into rockets without demand and sent into space with hares. I personally know such a sparrow!

Molly broke down and burst out laughing.
- Isn’t that why sparrows are erected monuments?
- Not for that,- said the warbler seriously. - And for the fact that we save crops from pests.

- Well, yes,- Molly snorted, nodding at the cookie. - You bite all crops with pests!

Sparrow chuckled and turned away. Then Molly poured tea in a saucer and set it in front of the sparrow.

- Sorry, I didn't mean to offend you,- she said.
- Have a better drink! It seems to me. you are already sweating from your stories

Sparrow carefully looked at Molly, and then proudly tweeted:

- Firstly, the birds do not sweat. And secondly, I'm not a seagull for you to drink all sorts of nasty things! They can even drink sea water, and nothing is done to them.

Molly quickly ran to the kitchen and brought clean water. She poured it into another saucer and set it in front of the sparrow. He drank, then took a large piece of cookies into his beak and flew out the open window. And Molly and Tonti opened an encyclopedia about birds and found out that the sparrow deceived them only once. That's the sparrow story.

COSMONAUTICS LESSON

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- Can you imagine, Tonti, - Max said, - if instead of a math lesson we had an astronautics lesson ?!

- Yeah, - Tonti said dreamily, - and there is zero gravity in the classroom: pens, notebooks, a teacher are flying around ...

- And flying past you, he says: "Shvabrin, fly to the board!"

- And I answer her: "I can not: And she told me:" Do you want a deuce? " And I told her. - "The board itself flies to me." And she “Be careful. Whatever crush you." And I ‚“ Don't yawn either. Out of the magazine, grades fly out."

- It will be quite fun here. An astronaut will fly into the classroom and say “Guys! I invite everyone to make a space flight! "

- And we all class will climb into a spaceship and fly into space!

- Let's see our Earth, so small and beautiful!
- And take a course to Mars!

- And suddenly the engines of the spaceship fail.

- Guys! - says the astronaut - Think of something! You're smart. At school learn.

- What is there to think? Let's got out and all together will push!

- It's unlikely, - the cosmonaut smiles - To push, you need to push off from something. And in space, we have nothing to push off from.

- And from the Sun? - the guys shout - Can you push off from the Sun?

- Can. But the temperature of even the upper solar layers is 5800 degrees Celsius. Shoes do not mind?

“The rocket doesn’t work because she’s hungry,” says Molly, as always. “We need to feed her. I’ll prepare everything now. Where are your groceries?

- Dear girl, - the astronaut laughs, - on the spaceship all the food is in tubes. And soup, and meat, and ice cream on a stick.
- Ahd have a stick? - asks one of the guys.

- No, no wand. But there is a popsicle with a stick.
And then it suddenly turns out that the engine has nothing to do with it, and the ship is not flying ... because he was captured by aliens and pulled into a black hole!

- What is a black hole? Molly asks.

- This is when a huge star, - explains the astronaut, - a million times larger than our sun, suddenly shrinks and becomes the size of an atom. And it attracts everything around with incredible power. Even light cannot escape its captivity. Therefore, it is called a black hole.

- Why are the aliens dragging our ship into a black hole? - asks Molly - We haven't done them anything wrong.

- They know, - the cosmonaut answers, - that all people on Earth live very together and immediately rush to our aid. And then the black hole will suck in everyone. And the planet will be free for aliens.

- What cunning, - everyone shouts, - we will not allow ourselves to be used!

- We won't! Molly agrees. - Just how?

And suddenly a space fence grows around in which there are two holes: one round, the other is square.

- The diameter of the circle is equal to the side of the square! - the astronaut determines at a distance. - If we direct our spaceship into that hole, the area of ​​which is smaller, then we will get stuck in it! And we will not fall into a black hole.

- The hole protects from the hole! - witty, as always, says Molly.

- Choosing a square!

- And I think a circle is better!

- Decide soon! - the astronaut shouts.


-… Make up your mind soon! - came the voice of the teacher. - Lesson ends! Why are there blank sheets in front of you? Where is the solution to the problem about the area of ​​a circle and the area of ​​a square?

“We were saving the world,” Tonti muttered.
“So that no one gets into the black hole,” Max added.

“I don’t know about a black hole,” the teacher said angrily, “but I promise you black friday. So that tomorrow they will come to school with their parents! To the director!

She turned around and left.

“Perhaps, I will lead my parents through a round hole,“ Max smiled.
“And I - through the square one,” Tonti answered confidently.