New term, new look! We took the break to reflect and sourced for new materials to cater to our K1-P4 English classes. We also just ended our June Holiday Programme and the feedback was really encouraging, giving us the motivation to work harder, and also the affirmation that what we are doing is on the right track. The seeds are sown, and we believe the harvest will be plentiful. Back to the materials, we are stepping up the game by including our experiential learning with writing. Our students from K1-P3 will make and write a craft related to the theme, and take home their art work. On alternate lessons, we will still conduct a composition closely related to MOE syllabus. Our end goal is for our students to write and express their writing, confident to write a powerful piece of composition when they sit for their PSLE (Primary School Leaving Examination). As with a seed, it needs time to germinate and grow from a young seedling to an adult plant. Same goes for us, Sowing Seedz believes in nurturing your children through the stages of learning. There is no quick fix to learning, just lots of patience and guidance. For K1/K2, we hold weekly lessons of a craft-related topic and spin a short story around the craft. For example, if the topic is on time, they may do a DIY watch and write about the watch in our Writing Book. For the next lesson, we will teach them how to write a story compatible in Primary One. We slowly phase our students to integrate into primary school, again, to allow them time to get used to the MOE system.