What happened in my son’s Linggo ng Wika presentation
The Linggo ng Wika presentation at the school of my son is finally over. I am quite happy that it’s finished hahaha.
I was one of the parents acting as a co-teacher for the entire time the kids were practicing. They are about 20 kids (Kinder1 + Kinder2) and their energy was intense, I feel old keeping up with them, but although I am happy that it’s finally over, I know that I will miss these bunch of kiddos. I will surely miss their laughter, their sweetness and their uniqueness. I was lucky to be a part of this activity and be able to meet these kids. Yes I felt tired but I had so much fun.
So, today was the conclusion of their one week of practice. 2 days ago, the teachers and the Director talked to me and said that Ren was one of the 4 selected students to recite a salawikain. When I first heard it, I was like “seriously?”, they know that Ren is not yet that familiar with Tagalog words and now they are telling me this. But I thought that maybe they have faith in my son and they know that he can do this challenge. Well, I was glad that they gave him this chance and prove that he can do it.
from the Top: (1) He is quietly sitting besides his classmates waiting for the next thing to do. (2) Standing straight and waiting for the teachers cue to start dancing. (3) Sitting properly while waiting for his turn to recite the salawikain.[/caption]
During the practice, Ren doesn’t like to dance the “Coconut Nut”, he keeps on whining the entire time they were practicing. While he practiced reciting the salawikain on the mic, he says other things. But today is a different story, I think God let His little angels go down and guide him the entire time. He didn’t whine, he behaved well, he complied and followed the teachers and recited the salawikain in the best way that he can.
from the top: (1) Ren dancing “the coconut nut” (2) reciting the salawikain assigned to him (3) dancing the maglalatik[/caption]
He also didn’t hesitate to join some games that was new to him. Basta tinawag name nya go lang sya!
This is Palo-sebo (less the grease)[/caption]
My husband and I are so proud of this little boy.
I can’t wait for the next program and I hope by that time I have more energy to catch up with the kids. This made me think again to pursue my dream to become a teacher myself hahaha..