Like any normal home?
In the SOS Children’s Village of Waterfalls, the children of one family are pleased to show us their home, while their SOS mother is busy in the garden.
As with most big families, the brothers and sisters range in age. The oldest is away at boarding school. The younger children explain they watch TV together in the evening.
At home, the children use their local Shona language and they give some examples of Shona phrases.
They also demonstrate one of their games, which has a telling method of choosing the next person to lead the group.
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