The Cat In The Bag - 40
In the same way, when I had joined kindergarten later on, I would be with children of the age of 5.
And I would draw my house and say: “This is the house I live in”, but it would be a house without doors or windows.
If you do that with adults, you would get all kinds of things thrown at you, like “what rubbish” or so.
Children won't do that. They started talking about their own homes, and you can't imagine how much they knew about their houses. At the same time I also learned a lot about their parents.
And at the end they said: “Miss, shall we make also for you a real house?” “O yes!”, I said. They drew a door and windows in the house I had drawn. And they were so happy, because now Miss had also a real house.