Kids around the world share their ways of transportation.
- Ingrid Simone, Toca Magazine Executive Editor
Last week, kids around the world shared their lunches with us as part of the Kid’s-Eye View Photo Series. This week, they show us how they get from here to there.
- We find out that our friend Takuto, an 8-year-old boy in Japan, is excited to ride his bike! “I finally got a bike license from school and I am finally allowed to go around by bike on my own.”
- We also get to tag along as Bobo, a 9-year-old in Sweden, takes the bus to the candy store on a Saturday with his brother and friends.
Check out the transportation adventures from Takuto, Bobo and other kids around the world in the I Get Around gallery for the Kid’s-Eye View Photo Series.
Ever wonder what it’s like to see the world from the kids’ perspective? Toca Magazine asked kids around the globe to help grown-ups see the world in one of the very best ways: through the eyes of kids. With their photos and their own words, 10 amazing kids from six continents offer everyone a fresh perspective on four topics we can all relate to: lunch, getting around, style and finding a happy place.
The Kid’s-Eye View kids used mobile phones to take photos that truly represent their own perspective. We’ve also included a few photos taken by a helper (usually a parent or sibling) to give a complementary view of the kids’ world.