In this study, narrative analysis of Kurdish folktales is performed by analytical reading method and a general typology is presented. The aim of this typology is to set an example for the future Kurdish narratives of children. For the purpose mentioned above, 1300 folktales were compiled and written and the most suitable 85 folktales were selected according to Thompson-Aarne’s classification and the four categories of narratology (narrator and focalisation, character and characterization, plot, time and space). Then, focusing on these tales in the first chapter of our study, narrator and focalisation typology were tried to be extracted and it was stated that extradiegetic-heterodiegetic narrator and focalisation zero were the basic typology in this category. In the second chapter, the character and characterization category is discussed and it is seen that the most typical characters are flat characters and formed on good-bad character dualism and it is determined that the direct characterization is intense. In the third chapter, plot analysis was performed and as a result, it was seen that all folktales were divided into two separate structures and the extraordinary tales were built on the function model and the ordinary ones were built on the actant model. In the fourth chapter, the category of time and space is examined and it is seen that the story time in folktales is indefinite and unlimited, and that the discourse time is usually chronic, past tense and shaped by summary, ellipsis and scene techniques. It has been found that the story space is formed on real-fantastic, far-near dualism, and because of folktales are action-centered, discourse space could not be determined.