A Poem for Parents: Nothing

When children come home at the end of the day,

The question they’re asked as they scurry to play is,

“What did you do at school today?”

And the answer they give

makes you sigh with dismay.

“Nothing, I did nothing today!”

Perhaps nothing means

that I played with blocks, counted to ten, or sorted some rocks.

Maybe I painted or learned to tie my shoe

Or learned what happens when you mix red and blue

Maybe I learned to tuck in my chair and put my work away

Or maybe I learned to be kind to a friend while I was playing outside today,

Maybe my scissors followed a line and I learned to write my name.

Maybe I learned some sounds or numbers or learned to play a new game,

Maybe I made a craft or sang a song from beginning to end,

Or maybe I learned to play with a special, brand new friend.

When you’re in preschool

And your heart has wings,

“Nothing” can mean so many, many things.

(Author Unknown)





























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