Personal Narrative Essay: My Kindergarten Experience
My Kindergarten Experience
My kindergarten experience was a time that was very exciting for me. When my mom told me I was going to kindergarten, I was very excited. I was excited to learn about numbers, shapes, math, words and anything else I could learn. My mom enrolled me in a private school because it was easier for her, since she worked at Jackson State University. I didn’t care if it was a private or public school I was just excited for school.
My first teacher was named Mrs. Chaney. In my eyes she was one of the smartest people in the world, besides my mom of course. She taught me everything I ever dreamed of learning in kindergarten and more! I was always successful in her class. While everyone else could only count to ten; I learned how to count to twenty. My teacher was always very fond of me, and that made want to learn even more so I could impress her. I also wanted to impress her because every time I did, I would be happily awarded with either a beautiful sticker, or a mouthwatering piece of candy. For me, this was the beauty of kindergarten, and it couldn’t get any better.
One day, my mom came home and broke some horrible news to me. She told me that I had to transfer to public school! I was heartbroken, I had to say goodbye to all my friends, learning, and my awesome teacher. To me, my world was coming to an end and I didn’t like it one bit. My mom was very understanding about it and told me if I didn’t like the public school I was going to; I could transfer…