Sample speech of valedictorian speech in kindergarten?

It would be surprising if kindergarten, a time when children are perhaps five years old, was requiring that such young students give a formal speech. Some schools do hold a ceremony for kindergarten graduation, but it is not generally associated with speech-making, except perhaps by parents or the principal. It seems unfair to pressure a little child into making a speech, but if he or she must make one, focus on talking about what they learned, why they liked their teacher, and why they liked their school. If the child won an award, make sure there is a thank-you included. In other words, the speech should be brief, and it should reflect the abilities of a typical five year old.