The children I work with are three and four years old. I have to be very careful about what I say to them or in front of them because they absorb absolutely EVERYTHING! I not only teach them their ABC’s and 123′s but I also teach them about life and right from wrong. One of the problems that I have with the kids is sharing. Sometimes whey they see a toy they want that another child is playing with, they will just go over to them and take it. Then the other child gets angry and hits the other child. I make sure that I do not raise my voice when something like that happens. I go over to the children and sit them down to explain why they cannot do that. I make them apologize to one another and tell them that they have to be fair and share, and when they get angry they have to use their words and not their hands. In “All I Really Need To Know I Learned in Kindergarten” the Author states that some of the things you need to know about life are “share everything,” “play fair,” “don’t hit people,” and “don’t take things that aren’t yours.” And he is so right. So if I explain this to the children at a young age hopefully they will take this with them throughout their lives and apply it to their daily routines.