Ramadan Chronicles: Lemon Cookie Cakes

IT'S DAY TWENTY EIGHT so the perrrfect time to start our Ramadan Chronicles for this year don't you think? I haven't been baking this entire time. Just haven't. You know what else I haven't been doing in a while...WATCHING CRICKET! And I mean for like the past two years. TIME TO PROBLEM-SOLVE World Cup 2019 is... Continue Reading →

Turtles n Butterflies

We made turtles! (Well we copied another teacher coz I don't find stuff this cool by myself) I thought this time instead of talking the kids through the Turtle craft I'd just let them watch the video and figure it out themselves XD That actually worked! But then they saw aalll the other videos Youtube... Continue Reading →

Chocolate Cream Oreo Pie

Brother and I recently ventured to Burger King, as we do pretty much any time we're in Singapore. We basically only go for their Hershey's Sundae Pie. Which I love enough to have attempted before (to much success I might add). See evidence here... So we go for our special pie, and lo and behold,... Continue Reading →

Dots, Dots and D- … Squiggles?

Now you might know this art form as Aboriginal Dot Art, 'Pointillism' (Europeans thinking they're super fancy), or 'Kids with Q Tips and Paint' - a 21st century Art Movement which originated in a kindergarten somewhere. Anyway, I showed the kids cool examples from Aboriginal Art and definitely got all our hopes up on what... Continue Reading →

Tiny Envelopes

TINY ENVELOPES! Even more fun, when they're in a giant envelope... The craft itself was so simple that most of the kids actually knew how to do it already (they were kind of doing it their own way which was great) but it's super simple whether tiny or huge. You just need a square paper... Continue Reading →

Lazy Cream Cheese Cakes

Lazy food, Lazy post... Does anyone else get too lazy for recipes? Maybe? Just a little bit? Ok so I don’t spend enough time in the kitchen anymore but whaaaatever. Food is food whether you made it yourself or not. I wanted a snack and I wanted a snack that we didn’t have but I... Continue Reading →

Introducing Teens to Literature

School subjects generally distinguish first languages and second languages by only including the study of literature in the former. Which makes sense, reading in a foreign language is confusing enough without delving into another culture’s use of literary devices. But literature is so. much. fun. If you like reading that is. And if you don’t... Continue Reading →

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