She did, of course. Actually Katrina proved her ability with all the King's Queen's, Boy, and Teacher cards, an unprecedented four milestones passed in just one day. It's an example of getting out of the way as a teacher and allowing competencies to pass from kid to kid, unimpeded by adult interference.
In a similar way, I step aside to allow Wyatt (from 3rd grade) to help serve up the snack. He does this task with an interest, enthusiasm, sense of purpose, and satisfaction far beyond my capabilities. He's was away, sick, Tuesday and Wednesday, and I really missed him.
finally, in my section of Kindergarten buddies, I had the fifth graders help the kindergartners find out how many words they could write down in about 20 minutes. They worked so well together. Here's Jordan helping Katrina:
And here you can see what Justin accomplished.
Life is good in kindergarten!