In the following two examples, the construction "want them to be all" is used to mean "want all of them to be":
(1) Statistics show that children who read proficiently by the third grade realize better academic outcomes. Literacy experts view third grade as a time when a child transitions from learning to read to reading to learn. "We want them to be all great readers and be the best they can be in their community," [Source]
(2) I admit that I remain a little finicky when it comes to surprises. I want them to be all birthday presents or letters from old friends. [Source]
Is this construction grammatical and natural? I'd like to know what native speakers think.