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FINDING YOUR RHYTHM.

A new driver was assigned to my unit years ago and today’s muse brings memories of my first encounter with him. He was neatly dressed in a white shirt and grey pants with a red tie, extremely polite, and was eager to please everyone. As we made our first ride together, he repeatedly asked if I was comfortable with the music, air conditioning temperature, the positioning of the front seat, the speed of the car, and everything else till I…

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ADMISSION WAHALA – Another life phase

It’s another major milestone season for our first daughter – transitioning from Primary to Secondary School. So last week, she wrote yet another secondary school entrance examination that lasted for 5 hours! Ordinarily, it should have been a stressful day for us all, but we turned it into a memorable one. I honestly think there should be a community of mothers with children sitting for entrance examinations into secondary schools to offer support and guidance through this process.  I did…

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ART ATTACK – Teach your kids to spell their names with ease

Few days ago, I decide to have an art session with my duo. The purpose was to help them master spelling their names with ease. My focus was on my four year old even though it was interesting seeing the junior join in the fun-filled exercise.   Our art project primarily consisted of four steps: · Drawing bold letters that made up their names on a cardboard· Carving them out· Colouring· Pasting on another cardboard We started off setting out the items…

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THIS LEARNING CONTINUES…..

Were you one of those that were taught to pronounce the alphabets as A, B, C D…? If your answer is affirmative, then you are ‘ancient’ like me. Even though I did enjoy learning it that way, the surprise that waited for me in the future (like it’s usually said) and for most of us was pronunciation. A good number of us often pronounced words the way we pronounced our letters. (Don’t analyze! I know it’s true and am right!…

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