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We invite you to read this poem about respect for differences: The snail with a parasol. A short poem that teaches children that we are not all the same and that differences between some do not make someone better or worse.
Children often understand a concept better through stories or poems than through a sermon that we can throw at them. Therefore, it is more effective for them to learn what respect for differences means through a beautiful poem like this, they will understand it perfectly with a simple example.
A snail with an umbrella
he walks through my garden,
I laugh funny
and when I see him, my cat squints.
"But snail" -I speak-
Where are you going with the umbrella?
You always sunbathe
along the roads and banks.
If you always take out the horns
and you enjoy the sun ...
"I am not like the others"
-the snail answers me-
I always look for the shadow
and the coolness near the river,
Because I don't like sooool!
I catch a cold in the heat.
But I have instantly fallen
that I don't like the cold.
We are not all the same
Snail! I'm not laughing anymore.
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