As the lunch shift was coming to an end, and I was getting ready to head home one of the Kinders stopped me to tell me that they noticed my leg was broken so I couldn't leave until he checked it out. He brought over some paper and started treating me by wrapping the paper around my leg and saying that he was doing my surgery.
While he was playing, another child joined him and said my arm is broken too and she rushed over and began covering my arm with a piece of paper. Watching them both, a third child said that he is making a bandage for the wound. They talked to each other and made blood out of red paper to paste on my thigh and then immediately placed the bandage that he made over the blood. One child thought that I needed an ice pack as well so she started folding papers and taped them together and gave it to me saying that it will give me relief. At the same time, another child was making list of his patients that needs to be treated. I told the children that I needed to go home to my Mom, but the doctors had something else in mind for me, "hey you need to stay here some days for recovery" one child added. After 'a few days past', the doctors said that I am better now and ready to go back home.
The children worked together to create bandages, blood, and ice. Through play, the children are learning to work as a team