I turned the Dumpling’s handwriting into a font using a free app.
Our indoor play for September has centered around reviewing the Chinese words that she’s been learning at school, celebrating the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, and discussing the aftermath of the typhoon.
These were the instructions that someone once used to teach me how to draw a dog: My ten year old self thought it was the most awesome drawing tutorial ever! Actually, it’s still awesome because it’s the same set of instructions I give myself whenever I draw a dog today…which is often since it’s a
“Thank you for your enrollment application for our Kindergarten. We would like to invite you and Remy to school to meet with one of our teachers. It will be a good opportunity for parents to have a further understanding of the school and a chance for us to get to know your child.” The Dumpling
By the time the Dumpling turned two, she could count to 16 by rote (although she sometimes skips a number or two after 10), but could not read nor truly grasp what a count meant. While the latter is still an advanced concept for her to understand, teaching numbers recognition had been on peripheral vision