In the classroom, kids are taught to respect other children, to behave appropriately and to respect authority.
But when it comes to the playground, they are taught different rules.
They are told to put on a hat and go outside and they are told not to touch any objects or to look away when a toy is being used.
In the world of preschool, they aren’t taught how to respect each other’s privacy and are told they must follow the rules of the playground.
The playgrounds are their playground, said Stephanie Eberhardt, a teacher and founder of the Kindergarten Rule Academy, a free and independent preschool for preschoolers in California.
“They’re taught to go outside when they’re outside and the playground is their playground,” she said.
But the new rules have been met with criticism from parents who say they don’t teach children the right manners, respect and respect for the environment.
“It’s not a very welcoming environment for children,” Eberhart said.
The new rules come in the wake of several cases in which parents in California have filed lawsuits against their children’s schools and accused the schools of neglecting to educate children about the dangers of being in crowded environments.
In February, a woman in California who has three children in kindergarten sued her daughter’s preschool for failing to teach her about the hazards of crowded classrooms.
“The children in this case were not exposed to enough social interaction,” the lawsuit said.
In May, a California court dismissed a lawsuit filed by a mother who says her children were not taught about the importance of social distancing and were not given the proper lessons on how to behave around other children.
At least one of the lawsuits in California was settled out of court in February, but the parents in that case were able to get the settlement approved by a judge.
In June, a mother in Arizona filed a lawsuit against her two children’s school for failing her daughter to attend classes and for not telling her to be careful around her neighbors.
She said her daughter had to wear a hat in class because she was wearing a hat, which she didn’t want her daughter doing.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.