Last summer, I went back to one of the first parks I ever worked at: Kew Gardens in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Hard to believe I started my teaching career doing play school groups three mornings a week in the park. I had no idea at the time that I would become an educator but this is where I learnt some of the most valuable skills in becoming a teacher.
At the park there was a hut and the tradition was that everyone who worked there signed the walls/roof.
Yep, that says 1989 - 1994...
Once again, thanks to the Unknown Mami for hosting Sunday in My City. Now click on the button below to continue your tour.
Sounds like you have some wonderful memories of Kew Gardens. Thanks for sharing this fun photos.ReplyDelete
Interesting age spread in your teaching career. I have yet to explore Canada. One day, perhaps.ReplyDelete
Nice park. A good idea to play groups three times a week in the park. Here in Spain is not done.ReplyDelete
it looks like a great park to go to.ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures, Wayne. Nostalgia is great.ReplyDelete
How sweet to return to your beginnings!ReplyDelete
That's sweet. What a wonderful experience and they even let you write on the walls.ReplyDelete