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Author Topic: di nakikicooperate o nakikihalubilo  (Read 6100 times)

vhrianaalfha

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di nakikicooperate o nakikihalubilo
« on: March 28, 2017, 06:45:48 pm »

hi mga mommies just want lang po ng advise...about po sa anak ko nag school xia sa chinese school.6 yrs old n po xia,..nursery wala pa po akong problem sa kanya super attentive.masiyahin in short good po xia sa school...prep naman xia ok pa din may nakukuha pa din xiang award sa school niya.kahit sa chinese school sya.ok pa din kahit walang marunong mg chinese sa bahay namen...yung daddy niya po half chinese pero di sila maxado makaintindi ng mandarin...dumating yung problema this year kinder na xia...palagi po xiang nirereklamo ng teacher n di po nakikihalubilo sa mga ginagawa nila sa school..not focusing din daw palagi...dati wala kming problema sa chinese niya pero ngayon ganun n din di daw nakikioperate...pag sinasabihan ko naman xia ngsosorry naman tapos ilan araw ganun nnmn...my tutor xia since nursery sila n nag handle ky bebe ko..naninibago sila kc parang palaging planko yung isip niya ano po kaya ang problema niya...ngayon 3rd grading firstym namen mgkaron ng sobrang babang grade nakaka dissapoint po kc talaga...ngayon po palagi akong naiinis sa kanya kc pag tinuturuan ko din xia di rin xia ng seseryoso....thankyou po sa sasagot

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« Last Edit: October 23, 2018, 12:24:16 am by Mommy Jazz »
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Rafaela of authenticbabyph.com

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« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2017, 03:43:08 am »

Hi Mommy,


I would suggest na bigyan nyo po siya ng extra curricular activity like... sports maybe? Anything that could motivate him/her.


Yung ginawa ko po is nag try ako ng mga sports (football, taekwondo, swimming, cooking, soon computer) na he will be excited to do. So I was hoping that whatever sport or hobby he will be sticking into, that will be his inspiration. Of course it will depend on how you train your child still, but definitely just focusing on academics... that's boring. That's the last thing we want them to feel diba?  :-X


Also, another thing is example may stamp siya, ask him/her what she wants as a reward. We have a reward system in our house, just to motivate my son (he's 5). It did great, he would die for a stamp para by the end of the week, meron cyang new toy, I told teacher about it din para alam nla how it works.
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