My son’s expressions of SG50

I was surprised to see my son’s drawings in his school bag a few weeks ago. Aaron is never good with drawings and is unable to write well due to dyslexia. I would have thrown his drawings away on other days but I stopped to take a second look as the drawings seemed to tell some stories.

I asked Aaron about them. Aaron replied that those drawings are about SG50. Then I realised that these are his expressions of SG50. Although they are not beautifully rendered, it tells me of his appreciation as a citizen of Singapore.

I decided to caption his drawings and share them with everyone on this blog.


Amy (Mum of Aaron Chan, P1 Lantana)

22 July 2015

The Opposites of FAST

When told he is getting fatter and should go on a fast, a student who did not know the concept of fasting, responded: “Fast? Eat fast food???”

06 July 2015

I pretend…

JY was in a rush after a meal to finish recording his favourite animal videos.

When asked by dad why he had to use the computer,  JY replied: “I pretend to do research for my CPA”

JY tried to cover up but gave himself away.

26 August 2013

The eagle needs the bandage

My student returned his homework for science. His answer for part b impressed me!


15 August 2013

I want to learn!

During the sharing of languages the different races speak, Mr Tan got the class to ask Ms Ch’ng to translate a sentence to Cantonese. As the class had just completed sharing of Jurassic Park in the previous lesson,

Student asked “How do you translate Jurassic Park to Cantonese?”

Jokingly, Ms Ch’ng replied “It is too simple, another sentence please”

Student raised his hands again and asked “How about Jurassic Park 2?”

When he got a similar reply, he asked “how about Jurassic Park 100?”

What a joy to see our pupils cross link subjects learnt  ^_^

26 July 2013