Can you still remember how you saw the world around you when you were a child?
How does it compare to the way in which you view the world now? Chances are, your perceptions would have changed considerably over time – but you wouldn’t have noticed, because the changes happened so gradually.
You may even have forgotten that children tend to see the world completely differently to adults. Children’s views aren’t necessarily wrong, though – in fact, there are a few things we can learn from children when it comes to interpreting, and interacting with, the world around us:
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