WHAT HOLIDAYS MEAN TO CHILDREN

“The holidays will give me enough time to sleep. Since I will not be going to school so early, I will have enough time to rest before I wake up for breakfast.”

“The holidays will give me enough time to sleep. Since I will not be going to school so early, I will have enough time to rest before I wake up for breakfast.”
Sarah Nkomeje, 12, P.6 Kigali Parents School.

“I will have enough time to play with my friends during holidays. This makes holidays more interesting because I will meet children from other schools and have a good time.”
 Anne Uwere, 13, P.6 Kimihurura Primary School.

“I want to visit my uncle this holiday. I will be happy to visit him in Kabuga because I love him so much.”
Kenneth Mugisha, 13, P.5, Kigali Harvest Primary School.

“I will stay home, play and enjoy the meals. I will not feel hungry anymore because there is always food at home since my parents always buy food.”
Oliver Hakizimana, 9, P.4, Kimihurura Primary School.

“Playing games with other children will make my holiday. I will play with other children in the neighbourhood. My parents are good, they do not refuse me to play.”
Eliya Bizima, 10, Kimihurura Primary School.

“Holidays are for children to rest at home. I will stay at home with my young sisters and brothers. I will also have to do some work like sweeping and mopping.”
            Marie Wamahoro, 13, P.6 Kigali Harvest Primary School.

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