Pauline here. “How are you doing today?” I wonder where you live. What are you like? What is your name? How many brothers and sisters live with you? Are you in a city, town or village? Do you laugh and sometimes, do you cry? You are different to other children, yet, you are the same.
Let’s See How You are Different.
No person has the same fingerprints. No matter what is the color of your skin or your nationality, no two people have the same finger print.
You may be different that other children because of where you live in the world. You may dress differently
Every young person in the world wants to hear the words, “Well done!” or “Good Job” or “Congratulations!” These words are said by parents around the world in different languages. Parents want their children to be successful in school or at least to do their best! Parents also want their children to be kind and never to bully anyone. Bullying hurts others! You might take a few seconds to say unkind words, but that person may go home and think about those words for days!
The earth is one big school. Even when you leave the classroom, you have many things to learn: honesty, sharing, using nice words and spreading happiness. It is also great to be helpful to everyone.