Kindergarteners love to play with the computers in our school lab. Sure, some of them are still trying to figure out the alphabet, but all in all, they love technology class. It never scares them, and they aren’t afraid to push buttons and try new things. Even when a task is difficult (like trying to distinguish between lower case L and uppercase i), they don’t feel threatened by electronics. There’s a great poem called, “All I Really Need to Know, I Learned in Kindergarten” by Robert Fulghum. It basically reminds the reader that every lesson in life can be extrapolated back to a Kindergarten lesson. My favorite line in the poem is “be aware of wonder.” They certainly are full of wonder, and they never hesitate to ask questions or simply try to accomplish it on their own. Maybe my Kindergarteners can teach some of those people who fear change and technology that there’s nothing to be afraid of at all. Just push those buttons and try something new: You might surprise your inner Kindergartener and see that it’s a wonder-full thing.