I see the earth. Bali has been busy with families with children for twenty years, mainly from Europe, and it was they who conveniently organized the infrastructure there – from practicing children’s yoga (rainbowkidsyoga.net) to children’s surf schools (odysseysurfschool.com). The beauty of these activities is that each time they take place in a new place and along with their skills, children discover the island meter by meter. The most interesting things that can be offered here are intensive outdoor activities at Green Camp (greencampbali.com). Children are picked up there for a day or a weekend to tell in a fascinating way about subsistence farming and island life of local people: make chocolate, build rafts and huts from palm leaves, make fire or climb palm trees for coconuts. Continue reading
Compose a poem.
Start with a simple monosyllabic word, such as, for example, “cat” and take turns adding nouns to the rhyme: year, mouth, mole, honey, ice, vault. Then try to compose the quatrains, something like this:
Don’t bite me bee
Tell me how you are doing.
Goodbye make a circle
And fly to the colorful meadow.
Then look what happens with your poem if you combine the same words in a different order: Continue reading