Noga and her father were walking to her preschool one morning. On the way, Noga spotted a butterfly. “Look daddy, I can also do that,” Noga shouted and waved her arms as if they were wings. “There’s a little bird,” dad said. “Can you hop like it?” “Sure I can, daddy,” she replied, and hopped like a bird. When a tortoise crossed their path, Noga began crawling like it, then she jumped like a rabbit, scratched herself like a monkey, and licked herself like a cat. She could even imitate scary animals like a lion, a tiger and a bear. Then she asked her dad: “And what animal would you like to be, daddy?” Straight away he joined in her game, choosing to be a daddy elephant.
A story full of fun and imagination about a game you can play on the way to preschool.
Illustrations: Shahar Kober