Learning with 2 kids and a mommy

Month: August 2015

One night at Singapore Night Festival

One night at Singapore Night Festival

We attended the night festival once last year and we really love it. This year, we went again. We didn’t manage to go on the first week but we managed to soak in the fun and artistic atmosphere on the last day of the festival. […]

Crazy blown up hair!

Crazy blown up hair!

No, we are not crazy and we do not have blown up hair but we are going to make someone’s hair crazy, messy, scary and blown up! It’s really simple and it doesn’t get anyone mad at all. Curious? Want to know more? Here we go… Each […]

Learning letter K

Learning letter K

We are relearning the alphabets! You may want to ask why relearn when the child already know all the alphabets. To me, repetition over time is to make sure that the child really remembers well and also for the strong phonemic awareness. As a human being, […]

The zen of zentangle art

The zen of zentangle art

This art was actually done over the SG50 Jubilee long weekend but I didn’t have the time to blog on this till today! I just realised my pictures were being left unattended in the folder waiting to be posted out on a blog. Busy me finally able […]

Back to (home)school after a long weekend with common and proper nouns :)

Back to (home)school after a long weekend with common and proper nouns :)

National day celebration has just gone in a flash. SG50 has been such a hot topic of the year because our little red dot is celebrating 50th anniversary of independence! We had a great time partying with everyone around us. We hope you had a great […]

Dedicating our little drawing to SG50

Dedicating our little drawing to SG50

It’s a long weekend and there are so many activities going on all over Singapore! Everyone is already soaked into the mood before the long weekend actually arrived. With our country’s birthday coming this Sunday, our drawing for this week is about Singapore. The kids were […]

What do you learn when you play?

What do you learn when you play?

What’s a childhood without play? I remembered reading from somewhere with this phrase: “You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.” That’s so true, isn’t it? Play is just play! What do you really learn? What exactly […]