Talk about a toy you liked in your childhood
You should say:
- What was it?
- Who gave it to you?
- What it looked like?
- Explain why it was a special toy for you?
Toys are kids’ possessive belongings, and they are emotionally attached to them. Children’s world is limited in restricted movement and mostly under supervision; therefore, their access to toys can be limited to social and economic factors.
We didn’t have affluent childhood, and owing to this, our access to toys was limited. I remember when my maternal uncle brought a wooden toy for me. I was essentially a wooden stick attached to a wooden wheel and about 3 feet long. One side was a handle, and on the other side, a wheel rotates on an iron nail as an axis. I used to hold the stick, and when the wheel touched the ground, it rotated when pushed against the ground. I used to run around in the house and outside while the stick in my hand and the wheel rotating. It was important to me since sometimes I used to beat other kids with this, and while it was in my hand, it gave me a sense of protection.
When I grew up, and the wheel was no more touching the ground, I gave it to my cousin, and he felt delighted. I still cherish those memories.
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