I wish I could share these videos of kindergarteners at my mother’s school but they’re password protected because, well, they’re kids. And there are people who are nuts about kids.
Other than a video of them dancing around like crackerjacks, what you’d see (if you were allowed) includes a series of interviews with every little girl about her “hopes and dreams” for the school year. Most of them want to learn to read, or learn to write; one of them wants to paint a sunset, and another wants to learn to use a vacuum. But here’s the best by far:
Q: What’s your name?
A: [redacted. she’s a kid.]
Q: What are your hopes and dreams for school this year?
A: I’d like to collect nature.
Q: What would you like to find?