In February, Nyan’s school had a day devoted to “student-led conferences.” It was a time for the parents to get up to speed on what the kids had been doing in school — and it was up to the kids to show them. Nyan took us around to various stations, showing off his skills in reading, math, PE, music and more.
He’s been learning about Singaporean history, so he shared some of his knowledge:
He read some Chinese. Translated it too!
For the music section, he taught Daddy how to do some rhythmic clapping. There were bells to ring too.
For the PE segment, the students were getting ready for their Sports Day exhibition, so Nyan demonstrated some of what he would be doing. Like long jumps:
There was throwing as well:
And sprinting too!
We’ll have more on Sports Day in an upcoming post. We’ll also share excerpts from Nyan’s portfolio — the big book chock full of some of his recent writings, drawings, and other school work. Stay tuned!