The following is an interesting observation report of Lily at preschool made by her Hearing Resource teacher.
"I arrived just as they were cleaning up. Lily helped without any reminders. Then they met as a group. One of the students has a birthday coming up, so they discussed that. The kids were shouting out--I'm 3, I'm 4 etc. Lily is saying I'm 6, I'm 6. I'm trying to figure out what's going on when she looks at the student beside her and says, "April Fools." Then they went outside to listen to a book, Twas the night before Easter. Lily participated when her teacher paused-nonverbally asking for a group response. Next was the egg hunt. The teacher had told them that some eggs are easy to see and some are challenging, so decide if you want to find the easy ones or the hard ones. Well, I guess Lily wanted the hard ones, because she passed a lot of very visible ones and kept looking in some very challenging places. After a little bit, the kids who had found their one egg were taking them into their backpack. I guess this motivated Lily to find anything she could, because she immediately picked one up. She followed all instructions/directions, interacted with peers, and participated actively."