the most likely stops, part 2

… or subjects like a teddy bear (albeit a bit worse for wear), potentially on a very large scale. With a piece like this the parent may wonder why the child is drawn to it when it also has quite terrifying (the man’s face) or sad (the cat’s eye patch) aspects, but it is likely the child will focus on familiar or comforting areas, such as the bear. From the beginning of the tour, the parent should start becoming more aware of exactly what and how the child thinks, by taking note of the types of pieces the child stops at.