A Child Had A Vision
Patience Acceptance Cooperation
This relationship where S provided a chair for every one at the table transformed into a vision of other children as well. He accepted their ideas. We have observed that the idea of one child often becomes the idea of the group. The class now sat joyfully at one table for snack! These powerful interactions forged new relationships between the children.
S had an idea.
He watched his friends reading chairs and began moving chairs.
P was interested in what he was doing.
His idea involved a lot of heavy work and yet he persevered.
When he had moved most of the chairs he counted them
and said, "A chair for everyone!"
P helped prepare the table for snack.
S watched while B moved some of the chairs.
S accepted B"s idea of arranging the chairs so that G could sit between them.