• Kindergarten Teachers Sitting on Bench Outside

    There’s Nothing In My Bag Today

    Author Unknown

    Today I did math and science and I toasted bread,
    I counted, measured and I used my eyes, ears and my head.
    I added and subtracted and used magnets and blocks on the way.
    I learned about a rainbow and I learned how to weigh.
    So please don’t ask me, “Is there anything in your bag today?”
    For you see, I’m learning all about sharing as I play.
    I learned to listen and speak clearly when I talk,
    To wait my turn, and when inside, I learned I have to walk.

    To put my thoughts into a phrase,Kindergarten Students

    To guide a crayon through a maze.
    To find my name and write it down,
    To do it with a smile and not a frown.
    To put my painting brush away.

    So please don’t say, “Nothing in your bag today?”
    I’ve learned about a snail and a worm.
    Remembering how to take my turn.
    I helped a friend when he was stuck,
    Learned that water runs off a duck.
    I looked at words from left to right,
    Agreed to differ, not to fight. So please don’t say,

    “ Did you only play?”