Fun Times during School Break!by MayTM
Posted on 01 April 2015
My boy Ryan has always been really talkative since young, he loves to express himself. Every night, as mummy is lazy to read bedtime stories, he’ll ask me to have a chat with him before he goes to bed. Back to the holiday programs - as we do not want to load him with too many ‘enrichment’ classes, we opt to enrol him for various holiday programs whenever possible and choose only those that really interest him.
He was in an art class holiday program which he enjoyed a lot; learning crafty things and the best part was that he had a good friend participating in the same program. Children really enjoy it when they have someone of their age with similar interest. Here are some of the art and crafts that he did.
He also attended a three-day Speech and Drama program in which the main program focuses on the kids having to perform a mini sketch. It is amazing that the six of them who participated did so well. I am really proud and surprised actually that he could memorise his lines. He did not show any “stage fright” (well, there were only six kids with an audience of about 15 adults). He is a confident little fella. At that moment, I saw a different side of my son, the expressive side and the confident side. It is not that I have no confidence in him but he is such an active character, always bouncing about, moving and learning ever so quickly that I am amazed he could listen to the drama teacher’s instructions pretty well. Here are some pictures of the mini sketch. Ryan is the Wizard
We also had a great time at Kidzania. It was Ryan’s second time and Alyssa’s first. The place was pretty packed which limited us to much fewer activities in comparison to the first time we were there. Nevertheless, the kids love it!
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