This is a lovely chance for me to introduce riddles to the class, so appropriate for that age group.
I do not breathe, but I run and jump.
I do not eat, but I swim and stretch.
I do not drink, but I sleep and stand.
I do not think, but I run and play.
I do not see, but you see me every day.
It's hard to find a good collection of classic riddles for children, though. Here are two I recommend:
A Collection of Songs, Verses, Riddles and Stories for Children of Grades 1-3 by David Adams, available from waldorfbooks.com
Or, if it's just Riddles you want plain-and-simple, Steiner Waldorf Fellowship Publications used to have a book of them. I purchased a copy in February 2007 for £1.75 GBP. They have a new website so the link to the old bookstore doesn't work. I found the new Bookshop but no luck with the title "A Collection of Riddles". The book has no author listed inside the cover. Thank heavens I had the good sense to hang on to my copy, knowing it would probably drift back out of print. I did find a list of teaching vacancies posted on their site, including a kindy teacher position in Aberdeen! I used to live in Aberdeen, so that was cool to see.