Friday, April 3, 2015

Kids' Guernica at Nakateshima Elementary School in Osaka, Japan

A New Kids' Guernica peace painting was created by 93 sixth  grade students of Nakateshima Elementary School in Osaka, Japan. 
They discussed the meaning of peace.
"A war prevents us to play with friends and study at school."
"We tend to take our peaceful daily life for granted."
"We should know that there are some not-peaceful countries in the world."
"From the first grade to the sixth grade, all the students should be good friends in this school."
They tried to express their gratitude of being peaceful through the painting.