I received an offer to interview for and do a demo lesson for wealthy private school senior kindergarten class. I have 20 minutes. It can be whole group, teacher-led or done in stations, and it can be any content area. Hands-on activities seem preferable but not required. Most of these students have attended junior kindergarten. There are usually two teachers in the class, with about 20 students, but I will be doing this lesson by myself. I only have experience working with kindergarten students in small groups for special ed resource. Frankly I'm a bit frightened by the idea of teaching kindergarten. I never intended to apply for kindergarten - only 1st-4th, but the position I desired was miscommunicated between two administrators. I didn't realize the position up for grabs was kindergarten until 15 minutes into our spontaneous phone interview, which was going very well. Although I've already accepted the interview/demo lesson, I'm considering backing out. It does seem like a good opportunity though, so I thought I'd ask for advice from you all before shutting the door. Should I go on the interview/demo lesson? If so, please share some ideas for a demo lesson... I've become comfortable doing them with 2nd-3rd grade, but I'm not even sure where to begin with K.