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Discovery Point, Snellville, Ga
April 10, 2009

It was dreamlike. Toys and stuffed animals were everywhere. I really felt like a little kid again as I walked through the lobby and into one of the classrooms. The classroom is a child's paradise. There were lots of toys, manipulatives, paint and other things that is sure to spark a child's imagination. It's a teacher's paradise, too. There were shelves and shelves of teacher resources. It was awesome. As it was the end of the day, I witnessed a group of two year olds line up to go home. They surprisingly waited quietly with their hands behind their backs after hearing one request, "Please, get in line." The bond between the teacher and children was evident as I watched her direct and redirect the children. They smiled at me as I exited the classroom. The owner, who was seated at the front desk, thanked me for visiting and I walked out of the center singing "It's a small world after all." What a Good Friday!

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