The Little Prince: Response to Illustration-Baobabs

The Little Prince: Response to Illustration-Baobabs
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The symbolism of the baobabs is one of the many, but also one of the most significant. Especially for teens, discussion of this symbol can generate great discussion.

*Take care of problems while they are still small, before they grow into something that can take over your life.* --- Whether it is the dishes piling up, relationship difficulties, drugs/alcohol, or getting behind in homework - we can all relate to procrastination and the consequences of it.

Another way of looking at this symbol --a far darker way-- is that there are "good" and "bad" seeds -people- and the bad ones need to be uprooted (worked with/helped/eliminated/however one wants to interpret it).

Purchase this item for $.50 less at: The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry: Response to Illustration-Baobabs

Total Pages
1 page
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Teaching Duration
40 minutes
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