No not because I act like a crazy child.
You guys are not very supportive. Seriously I try and blog and all I get is grief.
Just kidding. You guys are the best.
So It's year three of my adventure as a preschool teacher. Once again I have lucked out in the student department. I have kids that are sweet and listen (well, listen as well as anyone can expect a group of four years olds). They try new snacks without complaining and know how to make one hell of a collage with glitter and pipe cleaners. Seriously Picasso would be jealous.
Basically they are tiny awesome humans.
EXCEPT for one thing,
When they all sit down I ask them a question in the negative form or the affirmative.
Raise your hand if you DON'T like grapes.
Raise your hands if you Do like grapes.
Either way they all raise their hands. Not because they all do or don't like grapes but because they are insane. Or at least that is my conclusion but I'm not a child Psychologist. Hence the title of today's blog.
Do they not get the concept of a the need for only some of them to answer?
You know what? I'm going to let it slide. Trying to figure out how the mind of a 4 year old works seems a bit futile plus they are raising their hands and not calling out. I'm counting that as a win.