Dear Children Congratulations to all of you who have received the awards on this very day. You may not be in the top 10% cohort in your schools. Probably may not be even in the top 25% for some of you. But when I see all of you, my pride for you always fills my heart.
I asked my P2 son, “Why are you doing your work so fast? Look at these careless mistakes. You could have avoided them if you read the questions carefully and slowly.” My son replied, “Mom, when I finish fast, I can then rest and play earlier.” I asked my P6 student, “Why are you doing
During the lesson when my student showed me his test paper…. Me: Mmm… Why did you leave these questions blank? Student: ….. (In silence) Me: Very unlike you to leave questions blank. You usually do the questions even when you are not sure. Student: Cher, I spent too much time in the front, so didn’t
When I was holding LE in Singapore issue, I felt touched the moment I turned to the page of Singapore Folklore. The illustrations were done by Pearlyn, whom I taught since she was Primary 1 and she is now 18 years old. Never I would have thought that my students (in fact, not only Pearlyn) would
Hann and I were talking about Japanese culture, after I showed her Little Explorers in Japan country guide. Hann decided to make some sushi and Japanese dolls using her latest hobby – Rainbow loom. I did not realise Rainbow Loom can be used to make these items other than bracelets. Perhaps I can start to