During the most recent school break in June, my princesses were occupied with a lot of activities. I tell ya!
Other than visiting Penang and KL in the first week, my princesses were at home, but they never free.
Each of them bought a 5 in 1 or 6 in 1 holiday work book from their teachers.
We brought along these 2 books to Penang. They managed to complete the work book, before we left for KL.
These were the 3rd batch of story books which we borrowed from the club library. I have finished reading the first 2 batches with the total of 8 story books to my princesses before bedtime in the 2 weeks holiday.
April's primary school needs her to do 'Program Nilam'. That was the reason why I needed to read to them every night, so that April could fill up the moral of the story, the publication, the author, and etc in this booklet. We are still doing this now.
April was also asked by her Science teacher to do their first computer project by using Paint program. She used the laptop to complete the above task in the hotel when we were in KL. She did this on her own, and I only gave her very minimal assistance. I reckon, she did a good job. I like this task of her very much.
Other than these activities, April and May were also practising their song and action on some evenings, as they want to take part in the singing contest in next few weeks after the school reopened.
They were allowed to watch their favourite TV programmes, which they hardly got time to watch on school days.
They got to ride on their bicycles in 3 evenings, which April complained that she has forgotten when she last touched on the bicycle.
Both of them had managed to complete the Father's Day cards in the 2 weeks holidays as well, that was the only time they got to do some crafts.
Prior to the school break, April and May had urged me to let them go staying with their ex-nanny for 1 or 2 nights, but I couldn't schedule it to happen, since they had got so many things to do each day. I have to park it in the wish list for next school break.
Even the school holiday, we were so busy and tied up. What about yours?