This was the International Friendship Day. Kai was one of the host and he also shared about his best friend back in Singapore. Well, you can say I am bragging and yes, I admit I am bragging. Would any mum not brag if her child has been outstanding in his performance? Asians must break away from the 'cannot-praise-my-child' syndrome. I believe we should always give credit when due...no matter who they are.
Among the boys, he was the most eloquent speaker. I was very proud when the teacher beside me commented that he is a very confident speaker.
My constant nagging, "speak up, pronounce your words clearly, don't mumble..." pays off. It is good to nag alot sometimes *wink*
I always look forward to the Annual School Project Fair. It is the time of the year where the students, from pre-school to grade 6, showcase their projects. Here are some of them...
Making use of recycled materials. Mother nature will be pleased to see these
We have glue stick,now a new invention, butter stick. I personally love this very much. I actually think it is a very sellable idea
Slide made from styrofoam and they even had a volcano park
This is Ann's project. This little cute bumble bee was done by her. Yes, all by herself. I am a very strong advocator of "your work, do it yourself". Parents must learn to let their kids do their own work. It is very sad to see near perfect work of parents displayed as student's work
Kai's class was pretty enterprising. Making use of the large crowd to raise funds for the Japanese who were affected by the earthquake and tsunami. Good to think out of the box!