Kindergarten is 13-part documentary series that focuses on 23 real-life kindergarten students throughout a school year as they experience the ups and downs of their first year in academia. ... See full summary »
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Kindergarten is 13-part documentary series that focuses on 23 real-life kindergarten students throughout a school year as they experience the ups and downs of their first year in academia. Chronicling an entire year of kindergarten beginning with their first day of school, the school pet (a guinea pig), growing vegetables in a garden outside the school and learning about the diverse environment around them, both in and outside of the school, and most importantly to the emotional bonds they form with their teacher and classmates, and ending with graduation and summer vacation. Written by MK

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One of the best things on TV!
1 September 2007 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

I just started watching this show about a month ago, and I fell in love with it, and I mean totally. This show is so heart-warming. Happy and sad moments happen and these kids learn and experience new things for the first times. The kids are all different, that's what's so great. They are all wonderful though; they have a great teacher, that's why probably. If you like documentaries, kids shows (though I think adults would actually be more interested in this show), or kids, give this show a chance, I doubt you'll regret it. It is sure to bring back memorys for any adult and it's just so fun to watch. The show is mostly footage of the class doing different things but also it is peppered with private interviews with the children, so as we see something happen we might see one kid talk to us about it (like a ...confessional?). This show just makes me be really happy to be alive.


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