It’s Read Across America Week this week. This is to promote and encourage reading to our children and grandchildren and make a habit of reading 20 minutes or more a day. Reading helps enhance their speech and vocabulary skills. Age appropriate books are recommended to children in order for them to properly transition to reading levels. To make this reading habits successful, we parents should limit screen time. We should take our kids to book shopping and let them choose the books that interest them.
Darling daughter was very glad that we were able to attend the STEAM Night at school two weeks ago. She enjoyed participating in different interactive exhibits with her classmates.
STEAM Night is a yearly event by the school to promote educational awareness and fun activities for the students in connection with Science and Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM).
My DD’s favorite was the coding. She might become a software engineer in the future. 🙂
It was a busy week for me this week. I volunteered at the Book Fair at DD’s school for three days and did a lunch cover for a 3rd Grade class Thursday. Then it was darling daughter’s musical program yesterday. She was shy telling me about it because she is not really into singing, she said. 🙂 There’s not much time for me to make an animal costume because DD said her part was a horse. I was like, uhmm…what should I do? Good thing it was optional and K just wanted to wear Sunday best.
Gladly, dear husband and my brother-in-law made it on time before the program started. We had a great time. We are so proud of our little lady bug. 🙂