Storytelling brings language learning alive and creates a participatory and immersive experience that allows Young Learners to enjoy hearing the language in a dynamic, sometimes stylistic, and entertaining way. Participation in using key vocabulary and phrases creates an awareness of rhythm and structure. We, at Mother’s Pride, aim at the holistic development of children. Stage exposure is an important part of child development, it builds confidence, creativity, communication, physical development, and problem-solving. Story Telling competition is one of the competitions conducted during an academic session. Prideens participated in the competition enthusiastically and actively. The objective of the competition was to build up the confidence in the children to stand in front of the crowd and tell a story. To sharpen their presentation skills and to recall the sequence in a story. Prideens presented the stories with morals on their own with expressions, props, and voice modulation.