In the little Arkansas town where I grew up, we went to Mrs. Nelson’s one-room red kindergarten. We learned the letters of the alphabet.
We learned about kindness to others and sharing. We learned to draw, and to use a number 1 lead
pencil with which to write.
Mrs. Nelson and her husband lived near the little kindergarten. She was something of a local naturalist, who knew the plants and insects and other natural things where we lived.
I remember kindergarten as a time of marches and sleeping pallets and unbridled innocence and fun.
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