Early thinkers

Summer holiday is over and everybody is back to school, and the hallways of my son’s school show little or no artwork yet. But in a corner on the first floor I found these inspiring notes on display: Questions, left over from before the big time off. Some are still unanswered.

Early questions


Early questions

Solid looking sponge…

Early questions

6 years old

Early questions

Starlight ís amazing

A lot to answer, for a Tuesday morning. These are definitely curious kids, and I hope they had some feedback during the holiday break, these subjects are too big to chew on your own! Luckily there are also a few straight forward, practical answers to be given, to satisfy the budding mechanic, plumber or engineer.

Others seem to question traditions already, posting pamphlets.

Early questions

Early thinker

And this is one of the few that was answered by a schoolmate. Most replies came from children in a higher age group, but this expert seems to be the same age, going by the handwriting. The two scribbles together look like an offline forum 😉

Early questions

Their First iPad surely, but in the know

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relentless hunter gatherer of soothing beauty, great and small
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