Ms Novelle had good things to say about C's progress. This term, Cheryl was able to work independently and without much guidance. She was able to complete her tasks and most importantly, pay attention in class and Ms Novelle also handed me some of the Activity books that C has completed for the term.
However, it was the pictures that captured my attention... .
The "Out-of-School" (CO2) experiences
This was to a playground where the children learned vocabulary.
A trip to the NTUC Supermarket where C learned Math.
The children took a tour of East Point Shopping Centre to learn Mapping.
And the most recent one where C went to the Library with her classmates.
There were projects to complete too.
Here, C learned about the different feelings that we exhibit. I remembered us sitting ourselves down and rummaging through magazines and newspapers to cut out pictures of faces displaying different emotions.
And when the project was complete, it was a "Show-and-tell". C loves this segment best.
Science experiments. It was here that C tasted century egg and surprise, surprise, she liked the taste of the black egg.
And this was the project work that the children had to complete in their groups.
Ms Novelle commented that C was very cooperative and extremely observant too. She is definitely a team player. :)
The children and their completed barn. Ms Novelle showed it to me when I came to see her and I was in awe at the details they had put in. Some of the farm animals were not figurines as I had thought but moulded by the children using Plasticine.