School Break Time and Safe Games

Written by: Muhammad Anwar Andar

Rahila and Rana go to the yard of the castle and they are waiting for Lalo Mama to come and take them inside the castle. Rana takes a plastic pitcher and throws it into the air. The pitcher comes down and hits on Rahila’s shoulder. Rahila gets angry on Rahila and says that it was near to hit on her head. Rahila says that she was just playing with the pitcher. Meanwhile, Lalo Mama and after welcoming, he takes them into the castle and opens them a window.


In the window, the reporter of the castle says all students need to play in the break time at school and girls have more need for playing but some girls play dangerous games and create problems. Then the reporter talks to some students about this issue.

Hela, a ninth-grade student, a resident of Kabul city says: “one winter days we were playing with snow. I made a snowball and hit one of my classmates on her head and I hurt her head.”

Lalo Mama closes the window. Rana says if one day Rahila’s head break during playing, what she would do. Rahila asks Lalo Mama are there any safe games.

Lalo Mama says that they could play football and volleyball and some other safe games at school.

Rahila says that she would never play a dangerous game again.

Lalo Mama appreciates them.