boxed in.


when the kinder have a bunch of boxes

and decide to play

indoor hide and seek

the teachers know

 they will need a lot of help to find them all.

“some of the most wonderful people are the ones who don’t fit into boxes.”

-tori amos

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  1. One of the (many) things I admire about you is that you get that children’s job is play, and you give them the time, space, and freedom to get their job done. They are so lucky to be in your class.

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  2. That’s so fun! Look at all the money adults spend on toys to amuse their kids when just a big ole box will do the trick. Once in awhile when our kids were little we would gift them an appliance box or two..if we could find one and oh my’d of thought we’d taken them to Disneyland…well, not quite but oh the fun they had. 🙂


  3. and the same goes for any pet….! boxes are great to play with, to fit stuff in, to fold and unfold. And tori is right too; i mostly love ppl who don’t fit into boxes… 🙂

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  4. I find it quite humorous when parents buy their kids expensive toys, and the children decide to play with a box instead. One of my all-time best Halloween costumes was when I fashioned a refrigerator box into a box of tissue that fit over my body.

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