What’s Your Tolerance Level Towards Your Child’s Absurd Answers?

A few weeks ago, I came across this in my P3 student’s work: A seemingly absurd answer This sentence translates to: He is neither a Chinese nor a Malay. Technically speaking, this is grammatically correct but contextually, something is missing. Instead of marking him...

How To Motivate Your Child To Write

Do you always find yourself in a tug-of-war when you ask your children to practise writing their composition or essay? “Okay.” And they carry on with what they are doing. “I still have homework to do.” And they get ‘busy’. One day. One week. One month has passed and...