Wise Words From Our Favorite Fuzzy Little Bear

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Today, as part of the PeachQuotes Studio™ Heartfelt Quotation Series, Teacher Peach turns to the wise words of A. A. Milne as told through one of his favorite muses, Winnie the Pooh himself. These two quotes are ones that we most likely have heard before, but the meaning behind them are so important that they never get old.

“How do you spell love?” —Piglet “You don’t spell it, you feel it.” —Pooh

“Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.” —Winnie the Pooh

Even as adults, Winnie the Pooh can get through to us by his strong messages. Life can get hectic and we forget to take the time to appreciate the little things-like our ability to love. No matter what life throws at us, love is a powerful feeling that can guide us through many challenges. Children are told and shown the importance of love at a very young age. It is our jobs as their guardians or teachers to help them never lose sight of such a strong feeling. Here at Teacher Peach, we would like to thank all of the adults who love and care about the future leaders of our world. Winnie the Pooh may be speaking the words of wisdom, but without the support of parents and guardians our children would never get to actually posses the deep feeling behind loving someone.

Please share any stories you have with children spreading love or how you take the time to support and love the youngsters in your lives! While we have your attention, take some time to check out our Teachers Create Flip-Top Plastic Water Bottle! They are 30% off through the month of February. We also would like to spread the love by showing you one of our amazing Deluxe Rainbow Tote Bag.

By Alexis

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