I found this work on our observation deck. The child told me that she was working on patterns and using the patterns to tell a story. People and flowers were involved. I was amazed at how she almost created perfect symmetry, a word or concept she isn’t even aware of yet. I thought maybe I’ll use this as a teaching lesson about symmetry, but then I realized that it was perfect just the way it was with her perfect story, depth of thinking, focus for a huge chunk of time, as she sat there with a basket of cubes to create this masterful work! At our meeting that morning in a very meek voice, hardly audible, she said, “Darrell, may I go to cubes today as my morning work choice?” I wonder did she already have this image in her head? Children unencumbered by perfection create incredible work!