(With obvious inspiration from Robert Fulghum’s All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten)
It’s fun to be line leader, but sometimes it’s nice to let someone else lead.
Singing and dancing and playing are very important parts to the day.
It’s exciting when someone comes to visit. It changes the schedule, but it’s fun and exciting!
There’s always time to be silly and to laugh.
Take time out of each day to read.
There’s a place for everything like books and toys and blocks. If we put things away, they’ll last longer and we’ll find them again.
Welcome your friends with a smile and a hug!
It’s important to share even when we don’t want to do so.
When you fall, it’s nice to have someone there to help you up and give you a hug.
All it takes to start a friendship is someone to play with and to share.
It’s nice to hold hands before crossing the street or just because we like each other.
Eating is a good way to spend time together.
We might be upset because we’re hungry or tired or haven’t had a chance to run around outside.
It’s important to let others know how important they are to us.