Christmas to Remember

This year’s christmas is a little bit special as for the first time, Mal

1. help to write and decorate the christmas cards for his friends.
Mal only knows how to write a handful of alphabets, those in his name. So to make it simpler, instead of using the word ‘christmas’, he wrote ‘x’mas for all his cards. For alphabets which are new to him, I will show him on a separate sheet of paper and he will try to copy them in the card. ‘y’ and ‘s’ were the 2 most challenging alphabets when he wrote the cards. Surprisingly he could do ‘x’ pretty well, but for some of the cards, they look more like ‘t’ than ‘x’. His favourite alphabets were ‘m’ and ‘a’ cos he is pretty good at them now. They were the first 2 letters he learned. Here’s our last year’s christmas cards

he had the most fun decorating the cards with stickers

2. write a christmas card for Santa
he actually wanted to tell Santa how much he enjoying watching his Rudolf Reindeer video but it was too ‘chim’ for him to write. We wrote a simple one instead.3. Makes our first christmas banner
This was made on christmas eve itself. He actually spelt out the word ‘christmas’ this time instead of using ‘x’mas’ and decorating the banner with glitter glue was alot of fun. Even for me. 4. sing a complete christmas song
Jingle Bell is one of them. He actually memorize the lyrics more than the tune. So for some part, he sounds more like reading a book than singing.



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