I was at MPH looking around for bedtime stories and came across a shelves of Kumon workbook. One of it stated for age 2,3 and 4. Glanced through the book and decided to give it a try. I only bought one though, cause i wasn’t sure can my kids do it. I was thinking of to use the home copy machine and made a copy of the worksheet. Copy few copies per session and see if i should get the book one each.
When my sister did her undergraduate in aussie, she did part-time as a Kumon instructor, i made a deal with her that she will have fix classes with the elder two every Sunday morning, so the kids will associate Sunday morning is a session with Wan Ner for Kumon lesson. My sister told me that i should get another book coz if i were to copy it, i need to do it coloured too, that will be costly to buy the ink catridge might as well get book each. And so I did, it coas RM25.90 if im not mistaken.
Here is hArith’s first lesson. My sis said, it is all about getting the kids to hold the pencil properly and to learn to have control of the pencil. It consists of making straight lines and curves. That would later be helpful for them to learn to write their A B C.
I do remember sometime back Jua did Shichida worksheet with his son Faris, doing lines too. I’m assuming it is about the same purpose
hArith doing one of the straight line, going from one bunny to another bunny
Ni muka teruja seeing the worksheet getting “harder”
and yayy hAppy, he managed to get his bunny across the woods (doing curves)
Wow this is cool, i save quite a lot here. Instead of paying their fees for 3 heads at Kumon, i get my sister to do it with them =)
They wrap up the lesson by doing some phonics sounds of the alphabet. Im glad Kumon uses phonics too or else my kids will get confused since they uses phonics in school.
Thank You Wan Ner, We love you too! 😉