When your child asks. "Why is there a moon?" Don't reply with a scientific answer. Ask him, " What do you think?" He will understand that you are telling him, "You have your own mind and your own interpretation and your ideas are important to me."    Then you and he can look for the answers, sharing wonder, curiosity, pain - everything.  It is not the answers that are important, it is the process - that you and he search together. — Carlina Rinaldi - Director, Reggio Emilia