...I hand the camera over to level 3 young ladies:
They pose with the work they just finished - as if they were still working with it, each selecting one of their favorite moments:
Posing with their next chosen work:
planning Communal Prayer.
Pictures of ME!?
Maybe there's a reason I hold the camera ;)
|The children started out all sitting around our small table.|
Wigglies got them scooted around!
And all of our silliness
(we are never entirely serious in the atrium):
|LOVE that smile!|
The all-time coolest photo of the Blue Unity Strip in the history of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd - EVER:
Since this IS supposed to be a reflection blog and not just sharing - let's consider what I have learned here: That I am seeing the atrium through the eyes of the children -
what is important to them; what strikes them when no adult is hovering.
How the adults appear to the children
(helps or hindrances? Involved (observing or interacting on the child's level) or hovering?).
I think I will hand over the camera more often. See what the children reveal to me that mere observation on my part doesn't entirely reveal.