Ah Wen has a blanket. She sleeps with it, eats with it, plays with it, and takes it with her everywhere.
Mom said: what a trouble you always bring a blanket with you!
Arvin hugged the blanket tightly and said, "no, I just like blankets
Ah Wen went to kindergarten, and she was still carrying a blanket. However, it's troublesome to eat by yourself in the kindergarten with a blanket! The children in the kindergarten are sliding and swinging.
Ah Wen is holding a blanket and can only watch others play.
Arwen wants to play with the children. He puts down his blanket and plays on the slide and swing with the children.
Wow, how happy! During the meal, Arvin put down his blanket and ate by himself. Look, how fast ah Wen eats! During the nap, ah Wen said to the blanket quietly: blanket, I can't take you to the kindergarten tomorrow.
The next morning, ah Wen said to the blanket: blanket, goodbye. I went to kindergarten. I'll be with you when I get home in the evening.
What this story tells children is & mdash& mdash; In kindergarten, how to treat your favorite toys or daily necessities, and to adapt to the collective life of the kindergarten, learn skills in the Kindergarten & hellip& hellip;