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All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Robert Fulghum
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Topics for Discussion

Do you think Robert Fulghum would have published the book if he hadn't been encouraged by a literary agent? Explain.

How might Fulghum's experience in the Laundromat differ if he'd engaged in conversation with the other patrons?

Besides dandelions, what other things might become coveted if they were rare?

Which of Fulghum's philosophies on gambling is most like your own? Explain.

Explore the stereotype of man having innate knowledge of cars.

Does the absence of reason make an animal's life more or less joyful than man's? Explain.

Fulghum refers to a Gallup poll that shows 70% of the people believe that most other people can be trusted most of the time. Do you think this statement is accurate? Explain.

What other animal roping activities might be as amusing as goat-roping? Explain.

Do you believe that miracles can occur for anyone on any given day? Explain.

Do you believe...

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This section contains 157 words
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