As a teacher, sometimes I like to ask my students some creative questions. It can be a lot of fun to see what creative, fun or sometimes very serious answers they can give when posed with a “heavy” question. Now please remember, my students are 6 years old and would be in the 1st grade in Canada or the United States.
Today’s question posed to my students:
“If you could be the leader of the entire world, what would you do?”
Some select student responses:
Student 1: “I would save all wild boars around the world.” (That’s right…he wants to save wild pigs!)
Student 2: “I want to save all bugs except bees and centipedes.”
Student 3: “I want to eat spaghetti all day, everyday.”
Student 4: “Save all dogs.” (There seems to be a true humanitarian theme.)
Student 5: “I would go to Hawaii and buy LEGO.”
Student 6: “I want to play in a swimming pool everyday.”
Student 7: “ I want to save all people in the world, but not bad guys. I want to punch bad guys!”
Student 8: “I want to save all animals, but not the animals that eat people.”
This was a fun little blog to put together. I love asking young children questions like this. If you enjoyed this one, leave a comment below.
For a little more of Kobe, here is a short video I filmed tonight while heading home. You can take a peak at a small train station I at times use when heading home. This is a stop on the Port Liner, an elevated train that takes people to and from Port Island.