Imi Peeler Road No. 5

Number 5 in the new Imi Peeler Road series is an observation by a 4 year-old girl, made at the end of a last-day-of-summer-school classroom party.

“This was the best day ever!”

 

Your turn!  You are cordially invited to comment on this quote or to submit a favorite quote of your own, for consideration in a future post.

 

 

Imi Peeler Road – No. 4

Here is number 4 in Imi Peeler Road, my new series showcasing the charming and insightful things young children say as they work to understand their world.

Today’s installment is from an exchange between a 4 year-old boy and his mother, as she prepares him for his first day of nursery school.

Mother:  “What is your first name?”                                                                    Son:  “Alex.”                                                                                                                 Mother:  “What is your last name?”                                                                 Son:  “Ander.”

 

Now it’s your turn!  Comment on this quote or submit a favorite quote of your own, for consideration in a future post.

 

Imi Peeler Road – No. 3

Here is number 3 in Imi Peeler Road, my new series exploring the charming and insightful things young children say as they try to understand their world.

Today’s installment is from an exchange between a kindergarten boy and his student-teacher, a former student of mine.

Boy:  “When I grow up you’ll marry me.”                                                       Student-Teacher:  “When you grow up I’ll be even older, though.”   Boy:  “That’s OK.  I love you just the way you are.”

 

Your turn!  You’re cordially invited to comment on this quote or submit a favorite quote of your own for consideration in a future post.

Imi Peeler Road – No. 2

This is number 2 in  Imi Peeler Road, a new series that explores the sweet, unexpectedly wise and often hilarious things that young children say.  Their ideas give us pause and help us view the world through a new lens.

Today’s installment is from a 4 year-old boy, not feeling well, while talking to his mother.

Boy:  “I just really need to be in nature right now. ”                                   Mother:  “Where?”                                                                                                        Boy:  “Like a walk in the woods.”

 

Your turn!

You are cordially invited to comment on this quote or to submit a quote of your own for consideration in a future post.