Sunday, August 26, 2012

What We Do Best

The preschool kids do a lot of things well. They're great singers, crafters, players and learners. But one of their greatest skills is their ability to line up.

Each child grabs the shirt in front of them and holds on tightly as the line leader leads the group of children wherever the teacher leads him or her.

Usually they march, chanting, "Yi, er, yi. Yi, er, yi!"  (One, two one. One two one.) and sometimes they toot like a train.

The line usually stays mostly together...

...but is sometimes split off into two different pieces.

We'd like to think that our lining up rivals any kindergarten class... what do you think?


  1. The little ones at NDS are learning this as well (although the train isn't quite as long!) as well as learning "ready!" :)