While parents may wish for a simpler time with the world children are navigating to be a less complicated one, maybe the things that really matter haven’t changed much at all.
Twenty six years, and seven million books later, Robert Fulghum’s, “All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten” is still the perfect reminder that universal truths are found in the simplest things:
REWARDS POINTS ACTIVITY:
What are the 3 most important lessons you have learned from your parents?
How have they helped you most?
If you had to choose your own 3 lessons to teach a younger relative or friend, what would they be?
Why did you choose these three?
REMEMBER to use all proper grammar rules including complete sentences, punctuation, and spelling.