“a child’s life is like a piece of paper on which every person leaves a mark.”
– Chinese Proverb
joy ruled the day in kinder-land.
“the snow fell as softly as a poet’s tears.”
“if we are to teach real peace in this world,
and if we are to carry on a real war against war,
we shall have to begin with the children.”
flying high at our class circus.
“as one, they leap, laughing,
and that is where we leave them –
mouths open, arms spread wide,
fingers splayed to take in the whole world,
bodies flying high in defiance of gravity,
as if they will never fall.”
– libba bray
kinder enjoy life outside of the boxes.
“smile at your critics for they have yet to see the universe that exists outside the box”
-paul bradley smith
someone at the snack table
noticed something and shared it with others
they all tested it out
made a conclusion
and a perfect decision.
they said that if the carrots made a crunchy sound and snapped
they tasted better and would eat them
if they didn’t, and were bendy
they would donate them to scruffy the guinea pig.
a win- win
a perfect and brilliant solution
and a great life lesson for the future foodies.
“a good decision is based on knowledge and not on numbers. “
yes, yes you are.
and for that, we are lucky.
“children are one third of our population and all of our future.”