My Family

My Experience At The First EA Virtual Tournament

I submitted my scripts for Literary Interpretation and Informative Speech. I submitted my video for my Informative Speech. I enjoyed my speech because I want to inspire others to paint and draw. My video went well and I had a lot of fun. I went for Round Table for the first time and I… Continue reading My Experience At The First EA Virtual Tournament

Activities, Rebecca’s Gems, Reflections

Celebration of Innovation

When I heard that the tournament would be moved online, I didn't know what to feel. On the one hand, I was happy because it was a form of innovation, but I felt sad because I wouldn't be seeing my friends in real life and the ViBEs  would be off. But I discovered it was… Continue reading Celebration of Innovation

Activities, My Family, Reflections

HS e-Convention: Meaningful.Unique.Awesome

Li-Ann says...High School DayEverything went well and they liked my speech. I am relieved I didn't have to speak in front of people. Because I feel nervous if I have to speak in front of an audience. Li-Ann speaking on 'Inspiration from Art' Curriculum FairI write down what I want to say. My mom and… Continue reading HS e-Convention: Meaningful.Unique.Awesome

Activities, Pray and Give Thanks, Reflections

FIRST SG Homeschool e-Convention 2020

‘Should we postpone the convention?’‘Should we bring the whole convention online?’‘How will we do it?’ ‘What about the speeches?’ ‘How about Village?’ ‘Can the Curriculum Fair go online?’ ‘What about security?’ Those were some of the questions the organisation team had to wrestle with for a whole week in February this year when the government stepped up the risk… Continue reading FIRST SG Homeschool e-Convention 2020

John’s Creations

Being an Overcomer

As one of the photographers for the LifeFest carnival, I was assigned to mainly focus on the obstacle course, also known as The Brave Race. Parts of the obstacle course required climbing, jumping, and sliding, and so I relished the challenge of trying to nail the focus and catch the kids in mid-air or with a… Continue reading Being an Overcomer