Crafts, motherhood, Parenting, teaching

GIVE AWAY: Story Wheel Post Reading Activity for Ages 5 to 8

At one of the KidsREAD sessions I had volunteered at earlier this year, I read aloud a book titled “Don’t Forget your Bacon!” by Pat Hutchins, to the children. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don%27t_Forget_the_Bacon!) I wanted to create a post-reading activity, instead of using the available materials given to us. After a few weeks of work, I created a… Read More GIVE AWAY: Story Wheel Post Reading Activity for Ages 5 to 8

Doodles, Family, Language, motherhood, Parenting, teaching, Thoughts and Feelings

World Read Aloud Day! 16 Feb 2017

Today marks this year’s World Read Aloud Day. This Day is created by LitWorld (http://www.litworld.org/worldreadaloudday).  It is an invitation to the world to join in the wonderful act of Reading Aloud. Spreading kindness and positive social changes around us can be done through a simple act of reading aloud, at the workplace, in school, or… Read More World Read Aloud Day! 16 Feb 2017

Language, teaching

Confused about phonics?

Ever since my previous blog post about “ Marrying the Letterland Characters with Phonemic Chart“, I am glad to have received various requests for the materials. However, many in my circle of mothers have responded that they do not understand what I have written. I figured that my earlier blog post might be too technical… Read More Confused about phonics?

Parenting, Thoughts and Feelings

Library library here we come

Amidst my bluey week, I’m thankful to be able to make another trip to the library this month. This time with hubby and my elder girl. As it is now school holidays, the shelves were only about forty percent filled. Looks like many parents had been to the library to borrow books to entertain their… Read More Library library here we come