Once upon a time, inside a little body, there were lots of tiny little cells. Each cell was like a few blocks that helped to make up the body, just like how Lego pieces are building blocks that make up a toy. Each cell was a team and had a special job, like bringing in oxygen or fighting off germs. The team had to work together to make the body strong and healthy.
One day, all the team members of a cell met the boss of their team, her name was Nucleus. Nucleus would tell all the other cell members what to do . She loved to keep everything organized and in its place. But, she didn't get along with one other part of the cell, her name was Mitochondria. Mitochondria supplied all the energy needed the team members in the cell, to run and play
Nucleus thought Mitochondria was too messy and Mitochondria thought Nucleus was too bossy. They bickered and argued all the time.
One day, the body had a tummy ache and all the cells were upset. Nucleus and Mitochondria decided to put their differences aside and work together to make the body feel better. And you know what? They did it by being nice to each other and listening to each other. They realized that they both had special qualities and they both were important to the body. They worked together and made the body feel better and all the cells were happy again.
From that day on, Nucleus and Mitochondria became best friends. They learned that they needed each other to make the cell function properly. Nucleus would keep everything in order and Mitochondria would cook up energy for the other parts of the cell to use.
Moral of the story: We may not always get along with everyone, but it's important to work together and help each other out. Every part of the cell has special skills and talents that can make things better.