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First Grade Students Give Solid Advice To New Kindergartners

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posted on Aug, 29 2007 @ 06:51 AM
This is almost too cute.

The first grade class at Douglas T. Orchard Elementary has some advice for the new kids just starting school. There's more at the link, but I'll post a few of their suggestions.

Here's what first-graders think kindergartners should know to survive their first year of school:

"I was not afraid. My friends were not afraid."
Danielle Lerdahl, 6

"Put antibacterial on your hands so you don't get germs on your snack."
Lenny Villegas, 5

"The best thing is that you get to play. The hardest part is that you have to do your work."
Timber Wolfe, 6

"Here's how to make friends: Say, 'Do you want to be my friend?' "
Cheyenne Conder, 6

I hope a few of you have kids starting school this year and you'll read them the list.
Even if you don't, you gotta love the things these young minds consider important.

posted on Aug, 29 2007 @ 06:20 PM
Out of the mouths of babes... Gotta love it!


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