One Lego to rule them all

This Lego Boost turned out to be more fun than expected. It surprised me with how well designed every step and engagement was. What I liked: 1. No instruction booklets, all on the app 2. Progressive coding controls introduced with unlocking of each stage 3. Incremental builds Even X could get himself involved by building …

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Home-based work leading up to End-of-Year Tests

We wrapped up P2 when we completed ALL the assessment books at home. When Z was in P1, he completed 22 assessment books. When he moved on to P2, I focused on the qualitative work instead of quantity rote-learning work. It meant I bought fewer assessment books, let him have more time to read storybooks, …

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