Club 2005 Kids

These are clubs for parents with children of the same age
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Re: Club 2005 Kids

Post by jacsplace » Wed Mar 05, 2014 10:27 am

DS has no CA1, just topical assessments every week that's been going on for some time already. He's very happy about Minecraft movie too, and Lego Movie Number 2.

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Re: Club 2005 Kids

Post by deardar » Wed Mar 05, 2014 1:14 pm

Hi my both kids studying in Holy Innocent Primary
Any of ur kids studying that sch too?

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Re: Club 2005 Kids

Post by Kissgurami » Wed Mar 05, 2014 4:52 pm

SAHM_TAN wrote:Kiss, rare guest. LOL

That's cool, abt the haiku and hokkien.

Is she learning hokkien fr school or a project for her to learn a dialect fr family members?

School life is rather interesting compared to my primary school experience. Now they have option to learn Malay at conversational level at no extra monetary cost. Envy.


not that rare, just busy :imcool:

She is learning Hokkien and Cantonese from School and to use it during her interaction with the old folks.

Haiku is some competition in the school

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Re: Club 2005 Kids

Post by SAHM_TAN » Wed Mar 05, 2014 7:14 pm

That's awsome!!!! School teaching dialects to the kiddos.

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Re: Club 2005 Kids

Post by Snowbaby » Thu Mar 06, 2014 8:20 am

Kissgurami wrote:
SAHM_TAN wrote:Kiss, rare guest. LOL

That's cool, abt the haiku and hokkien.

Is she learning hokkien fr school or a project for her to learn a dialect fr family members?

School life is rather interesting compared to my primary school experience. Now they have option to learn Malay at conversational level at no extra monetary cost. Envy.


not that rare, just busy :imcool:

She is learning Hokkien and Cantonese from School and to use it during her interaction with the old folks.

Haiku is some competition in the school

I like the idea....nowaday, very few kids understand dialects, don't talk about speaking it. Somehow, it has been lost in the new generation.


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Re: Club 2005 Kids

Post by SAHM_TAN » Thu Mar 06, 2014 12:07 pm

Snowbaby wrote:
Kissgurami wrote:
SAHM_TAN wrote:Kiss, rare guest. LOL

That's cool, abt the haiku and hokkien.

Is she learning hokkien fr school or a project for her to learn a dialect fr family members?

School life is rather interesting compared to my primary school experience. Now they have option to learn Malay at conversational level at no extra monetary cost. Envy.


not that rare, just busy :imcool:

She is learning Hokkien and Cantonese from School and to use it during her interaction with the old folks.

Haiku is some competition in the school

I like the idea....nowaday, very few kids understand dialects, don't talk about speaking it. Somehow, it has been lost in the new generation.


I'm pestering hubby to teach kiddos Teochew heehee

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Re: Club 2005 Kids

Post by SAHM_TAN » Thu Mar 06, 2014 12:08 pm

deardar wrote:Hi my both kids studying in Holy Innocent Primary
Any of ur kids studying that sch too?


Have you tried the school thread in KSP?

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Re: Club 2005 Kids

Post by deardar » Fri Mar 07, 2014 10:00 am

SAHM_TAN wrote:
deardar wrote:Hi my both kids studying in Holy Innocent Primary
Any of ur kids studying that sch too?


Have you tried the school thread in KSP?



Yes. I posted
I cant post here :imsorry:

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Re: Club 2005 Kids

Post by SWEETMOM9 » Tue Mar 25, 2014 4:28 pm

Helllooooooo

Welcome to second term

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Re: Club 2005 Kids

Post by SAHM_TAN » Tue Mar 25, 2014 4:51 pm

deardar wrote:
SAHM_TAN wrote:
deardar wrote:Hi my both kids studying in Holy Innocent Primary
Any of ur kids studying that sch too?


Have you tried the school thread in KSP?



Yes. I posted
I cant post here :imsorry:


I suggested that becos you might get more response to your qn in the school thread, not becos cannot post it here.

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