Children talk about activities they enjoy during holidays

“My brother always tells me to do some house work during morning hours and late in the evening. I wash some clothes and mop the house but not every day.”Richard Nsengaimana, 13, Kimihurura Primary School, P.5

“My brother always tells me to do some house work during morning hours and late in the evening. I wash some clothes and mop the house but not every day.”Richard Nsengaimana, 13, Kimihurura Primary School, P.5


“I sweep the house and play with my friends. I makes sure I play after I have finished making the house clean. The holiday is a good time for us children.”
Fred Nyarugabo, 13, SOS Primary School Nyarutaram P.5.


“I help my elder sister to wash some plates and cups. I normally do it immediately after supper. My sister loves me because I help her at this time when I do not go to school. The holiday is nice for me.”
Grace Kamariza, 13, Kimihurura Primary School, P.6.


“I help the house maid to carry my mothers’ baby. I used to miss baby so much but during the holidays, I have time to play around with my baby sister. I feel bad when she cries, so I make sure I take care of her.”
Emmanuel Kabanda, 13.


. “I stay home in the morning but in the evenings when I am free, I play with my friends. I make sure I play from our home area but I avoid making my clothes dirty.”
Oliver Iradukunda, 13.


“I play football with my friends in the neighborhood. I do not enjoy any other game apart from playing football. I am indeed meeting many other young children who enjoy playing football too.”Abed Shimimana, 13, Good Foundation Primary School, P.5 


“I have enough time to stay at home. But I miss my friends whom we play with at school. I feel bad whenever I remember the time we are at school when I play around with friends.”
Jean Paul Kazungu, Kigali Harvest Primary School, P.6

 

. “Amongst the many activities I am doing in the holiday is fetching water. Water shortage at home has taken most of my holiday time. However, I also get some free time to enjoy with my brothers and sisters.”
Ivan Mutabazi, 12, Kigali Harvest School, P.5. 

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