Thought Process of a Preschooler

Police Olaf

Do you want to build a snowman to help people?

Can you follow the train of thought of a preschooler?

Watch out – there are a lot of twists and turns, along with seemingly impossible leaps, ahead.

We were en route to school, well – the car was pointed in the general direction of pre-K, we weren’t actually moving due to some pretty intense traffic. (Also known as Monday.)

Destroy decided to share his thoughts:

“The police car has lights and sirens and is going really fast. It has to go to the accident. Only the police car has to go, though. The fireman isn’t going because the policeman has to help people, but there’s no fire.

Stop. Drop. Roll. Sleep. That’s like Big Frank.

But the police helicopter is going to help people. It’s blue. I think maybe that helicopter is Mike.

Hey, there’s a mountain! The mountain, when there’s no snow, is still there but just a lot of holes. But now that it’s cold, do you want to build a snowman?”


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2 Responses to Thought Process of a Preschooler

  1. Gramma J

    That monologue makes absolute sense once you have read all the books referring to that information. He just summarized it into one piece! Love it.

  2. Nancy Welker Caracciolo

    Ahead of his time – already his 1st book report 🙂

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