From Harry Potter to the dinosaur: preschool children from 5 countries showed what is in their pocketsBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/from-harry-potter-to-the-dinosaur-preschool-children-from-5-countries-showed-what-is-in-their-pockets
The child's world is special, colorful and exciting. Every day brings something new and interesting! It's good that a part of this world - terribly important and necessary things - can always be carried with you…
Here are children from five different countries, whose example shows that each person is unique from childhood. Although there is also a common thing - a passion to pick up interesting things and store them as treasures dear to the heart. So, we have kids here from India, Great Britain, Argentina, the USA and Ukraine. What do they have in their pockets?
Nadia's dad says that she decides what should be in her pockets (only if it's not slime, which she loves to play with, but which her parents forbid to put in her pocket). The contents of pockets can change throughout the day; handkerchiefs, gloves can turn into shiny gold things. This time he had a lot of game money and coins, as well as a cute rabbit and lipstick. What else is needed for happiness?
William's world revolves around candy. All sorts of "Skittles", Gummi bears, etc. are his favorite food. And since you never know when you're going to get hungry, it's important to always have food with you. William is also obsessed with Harry Potter and LEGO, so he always carries a Harry figurine with him. And parents are not surprised when they find dragees "Skittles", from which the top color layer is licked off.
Like William, Brigid loves sweets - almost as much as she loves her dog Juno, a cross between a husky and a pit bull. If she could, she would put it in her pocket, too. Brigid was playing pirates today, so her pockets were filled with the rewards she received during her adventures on the high seas. These are a shell, a horse chestnut fruit, a green pebble and a car key.
Brigid loves everything shiny and beautiful, it definitely reflects her personality. Dad once found baking soda in her pocket... so this time he was relieved to find only solid objects there.
Wyatt can't fit a full-sized Tyrannosaurus in his pocket, but he admits that he would like to. There is a miniature dinosaur, as well as a very necessary wand and other tiny objects. They all make sense to Wyatt; he says:
How can you argue with this? All of these items are part of an extensive collection found by Wyatt's father in his pockets. Including lost house keys.
He's really obsessed with cars and everything related to them. They say that all the best things in the world are free: sticks, stones, shells and chestnuts. Well, Bilal would argue. After all, none of this will allow you to buy a car. My father's credit card will probably allow it. And that's why, apparently, it ended up in Bilal's pocket.
The boy has only one thing on his mind: if only he could, he would put a real car in his pocket. He says that in an ideal world he was spending all his time on cars.
Dante changes the contents of his pockets every day. He likes to collect treasures — both those that he finds himself and those that are given to him. Every day of his life is dedicated to completing this quest. Dante is very friendly and likes to collect gifts for his close friends.
If he could put something big in his pocket, it would be Santa Claus's magic reindeer. What will he do with it? He'll take you for a walk, of course. In the meantime, in his pockets there are sweets, a sink, a toy, coins, pieces of plastic and other very important things for a little boy.