This wooden bird toy/decoration is made by ArchitectMade and is a timeless classic Danish design by Kristian Vedel. It is made of high quality oak. What is intriguing is that its head can turn to reflect different moods: happy, sad or curious. At the same time, the body can turn to present a boy or a girl. The flexibility and adaptability of this design speaks to the Danish’s value of caring which is embedded in Danish early childhood education. Caring values target and support the child’s needs, making children sensitive to how their own and others’ everyday lives intersect with well-being. The poster shows how the city prides itself of a legacy where a policeman stopped traffic so a mother duck and her ducklings can cross the street.