Kids from six continents share a special space.
- Ingrid Simone, Toca Magazine Executive Editor
For last week’s Kid’s-Eye View photos, kids around the world showed us they’ve got style! Now they show us a place that This week, they share their favorite place to create, have fun or just chill
- Kanoka, an 11-year-old girl from Japan, shared her family’s backyard garden. “We get most of the vegetables we eat during the summer from our garden,” she said. “It’s fun to go the garden and harvest vegetables.”
- Our friend Andy from Florida shared his backyard tree. His family built a rope swing for the tree. How does he feel when he’s there? “I feel good,” he said. “I feel like I’m Tarzan when I’m climbing or swinging, that’s what I feel like.”
Check out more photos from Kanoka, Andy and other kids around the world in the My Happy Place 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.