At almost the same time last year, I can’t believe we’re here again. What I thought would only last a month, lasted an entire year and still ongoing and getting out of everybody’s control: ours, the healthcare system, the government.
Covid sucks. Big time.
Continue reading “ECQ Part 2”
We all have those moments when we feel so down and nothing can lift us up other than pigging out on comfort food. Since discovering how therapeutic baking is, on not-so-great-days, I simply bring out my mixing bowls and bake away.
Sometimes, my bread turn out hard, lumpy and inedible because I was impatient and didn’t knead the dough thoroughly. But most days, my pastries and bread are so good that my kids eat the entire batch in one sitting. Now, I always have frozen cookie doughs in the fridge for a quick pop in the oven during busy days.
Continue reading “Comfort Food and a Giveaway!”
I am always searching for activities for my kids to do even before the ECQ started. There are a lot of websites offering free printable worksheets and it’s not hard to find some for a specific grade level such as my eldest, who is an incoming Grade 4. I posted some of the websites where I get free printables in the following posts:
1. Community Quarantine Activities for Kids
2. Exams Week na naman!
However, as I’ve mentioned before, my youngest was attending Occupational and Speech Therapy sessions prior to the lockdown and as much we’d like for him to continue his sessions, Covid-19 made it impossible for now. So, what I do, I keep on thinking and searching for activities that will aid him to continue his development. Although there are also a lot of resources for this, most require specific toys and materials that we currently don’t have.
Continue reading “Kids Activity: DIY Pattern Blocks (With Free Printable at the End!)”