We have an excellent illustration for you. A group of children from Surrey County, near London, are known as “The Awesome Dozen.” As is customary in some nations, these children, who ranged in age from six to twelve, participated in an “egg hunt.” Even though everything was going on in a field, they suddenly saw a helicopter circle above them.
Shortly after they saw the helicopter, they saw a suspicious man sprinting past them at breakneck speed. After running in one direction, he turned around and entered a nearby forest. Because the helicopter was back and ready to go, the kids realized he was doing it to escape to the police. After that, these kids came up with a concept that demonstrates how smart these hunters are.
They just started waving in the direction the suspect had gone at first, but nobody in the helicopter had noticed. After that, two kids had an idea “
Let’s construct an arrow!”, So they all fell to the ground and used their bodies to make a huge arrow.
It worked! The police got the message and saw that the kids weren’t playing before they did, so they took the helicopter into the forest in the right direction and soon caught the criminal they were looking for.
Once more, these 12 kids demonstrated that any child can be a hero! The community as a whole and the police department expressed their appreciation for the clever move and quick thinking! Please tell your friends about this wonderful tale. Kids are incredible!