“One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”
Neil Armstrong

We’ve just flown home under an almost full moon on the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.

It’s a reminder that imagination is more important than knowledge!

Isn’t it crazy that humans landed on the moon half a century ago?

We have no idea what the world will be like in our children’s lifetime, or what knowledge they’ll need. We do know they’ll need stretchy, imaginative, curious, resilient brains. So go for gold with imaginative play!

On a side note, it gives me immense comfort that our children, wherever they are in the world go to sleep under this same moon. It makes the world seem more like a village!