Look Παιδιά (Kids), It's a Kid's Life!


What's daily life like for kids (τα παιδιά) in Cyprus? How does it compare to your own? In what ways is it similar or different? Now's your chance to find out! Listen in as my co-teacher's (colleague's) eleven-year-old daughter, Anna ('Αννα), shares about her daily life at school and at home. It's time to make a new friend! After all, making new friends and learning about their lives is one of the very best parts of living abroad (and it can be one of the best parts of getting to know members of your own diverse community back in the States, too)!

What do you eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner?:

For breakfast, I like to eat cereal, especially Special K, with milk. I always drink the milk at the bottom. Do you? For lunch, I like to eat something with meat. At dinner, I like to eat fruit!

*An aside from Kirsten: Lunch is often the main meal of the day here, instead of dinner, which is the main meal for my family in the U.S.

What is your house like?:

My house is big and filled with music because I am often practicing my instruments and singing! My room is blue, pink, purple and white and has lots of horse stuffed animals and pictures (I love horses!), teddy bears and other toys.