Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Reading and Progress Report

Since the beginning of this year (at 4 years 3 months), mummy noticed that I could read independently. When given any children's books at random, I can read most of the words in it. I also have the ability to guess unfamiliar words by applying my knowledge in phonics.

Besides reading simple English-based story books, I can read Chinese too. Recently, I brought home all my school books together with my progress report. Among the books, mummy saw a small Chinese textbook and asked me to read to her. Mummy was quite surprised and impressed that I could read and recognize so many Chinese characters, page after page!

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This is what I read (just in case my pronunciation isn't clear enough in the video)...

Just look at the number of repetitions (dates)... no wonder I could read haha!

Mummy has been doing a mini-spring cleaning at home too. She reorganized the bookshelf and threw out many of her own books to make way for mine. Over the years, daddy and mummy have bought hundreds of books for me! Here are some of them (not including those in the living room and my bedroom)...

Neatly sorted and arranged... all within my reach and easier for me to pick and read on my own :)

The young avid reader

Mummy also attended a Parents-Teachers Conference to discuss my progress in school. Although timid and quiet at most times, I have a bit of leadership quality too (esp in the absence of an adult/teacher). According to my class teacher Miss S, who made an observation and discovered that when she is not in sight (she observed from afar), she saw me instructing my peers to perform simple tasks like drink water, put things away, call for group forming etc.

Academically, I'm doing quite well. Miss S commented that I have very high retention power and can remember things very well after being taught just once. However, I tend to be careless when doing my workbooks. I sometimes have slight language confusion between English and BM too (phonics and sukukata).


Teacher's comment: Ruoyi is a very intelligent child and she is above the rest in class. She works fast but sometimes careless when doing her workbooks as a lot of mistakes shows. Although she has shown much improvement when socializing with her friends but sometimes is still reluctant to speak up when she has been called upon several times. All in all, she is a very helpful girl. Keep it up, Ruoyi!

25 comments:

  1. good girl.. keep it up! I am sure you make your mummy and daddy proud!

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  2. Good job Chloe. Keep it up ya.

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  3. Chloe sounds so cute and sweet in the video... her pronunciation is very good!

    What a long and very good remark the teacher left for Chloe. Keep up the good work!!!

    I always thought QQ is one year younger than Chloe. Didn't know that they are born in the same year :-). Chloe is more mature and stable :-).

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  4. good job Chloe :) ashley just got her report card back too and all i can say is she's a parrot and kinda bossy in class....hahhahaahhaah

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  5. Well done!! Keep up the good work ya.

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  6. Well done Ruoyi!
    The book rack is really neat!

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  7. Well doen Chloe! You have did mommy proud! Good that she is helpful and she have good memories? That certainly will helped her a lot during the higher levels she gets :)

    Well done!

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  8. Well Done Chloe !

    Impressed with the way mummy organised your books ! So neat! U should come to my house and see mine. hahaha.... i think your mummy will faint!

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  9. At the age of 4, it's amazing that you are picking up with 3 languages well. Good job, Chloe!

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  10. Chloe's chinese name Ruoyi is very nice. It is always wise to cultivate reading in young kids. Good to invest in books and reading materials than toys for kids too. Kudos to Chloe.

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  11. Well done!! If I were your mommy, I would be super-happy and proud. Bravo! Can't say it enough. Good girl!

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  12. Good for you! progressing very fast :D

    any reward from mummy?

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  13. wow..great compliments for your girl! you must be very proud of her.. :)

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  14. Chloe is a bright child, surely makes her parents proud of her. Keep it up, Chloe!

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  15. Congratulation on her achievement! Mama has brought her up well, give a pat at your back!;D

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  16. This is the beginning of success. I always admire Chloe who loves to read. Chloe's success is also mummy & daddy's effort and encouragement. Congratulations to Chloe, mummy & daddy.

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  17. Keep it up, Chloe! You're very smart girl :-)

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  18. She is doing so well in the school, keep up the good work. Glad to hear that she is picking up her Chinese too.

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  19. Well done Chloe! U r doing very well :D

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  20. Well done Chloe. Wah..I'm so impressed with her Chinese. No progress on Gwen's Chinese. :( I don't know how to teach her and she seems to be not interested.

    Can Chloe speak Mandarin now?

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  21. Very good, Chloe! *clap clap clap* Really smart, can read independently at this young age. Keep up the good work!

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  22. She is progressing very well! Thumbs up to you, Ruo Yi!!

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  23. Love her smile so much! She is a very beutiful girl.

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