Thursday, February 4, 2016

Ready for Big School

Hubby and I are really contemplating where to send our daughter to school. Since the international school here doesn't meet our expectations, we need plans B and C. so we let our daughter take an entrance exam at my alma mater. This is just to check if she is really ready for school, whether a brick and mortar or homeschooling. I wasn't really confident that what I taught her was enough and that she will be at par in academics with kids her age.
This was the result.
Our daughter passed the exam. The school staff was impressed that she did very well at all subjects considering that our daughter never attended school before --- except for our homeschooling activities. The mistakes that our daughter made wete more on math questions. They asked her to add 5 and 6. She said she cannot do it since those numbers won't fit on her fingers. Lol. My bad. I haven't taught her how to add numbers more than 10.
Now, she is beginning to be good at adding more than her fingers. We've been practicing this a lot lately.
She is confident now that she can add bigger numbers too. I'm so proud of her.

 I hope she'll thrive well and enjoy the big school or in whatever kind of academic setting we decide in the future. 

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