a day in an eipic class
early intervention program for infant & children – eipic, that’s the name of the program that fateha attends in her school.
last friday, pcf (you know what’s that!) island-wide were closed for a convention. lucky teachers were selected to attend it and i was an unlucky one. i had to stay at home. oh, how wasted i felt. bahaha.
i took that little opportunity to send fateha to school, since her OT was scheduled on every friday. i brought along my camera to tape whatever therapy/stretches/exercise they would be doing on her. easy, i didn’t wanna squeeze my brain juices to recall what was taught. it’s not everyday that i send her to school, you know. it’s hard being a working mom.
but too bad, her therapist didn’t come.
oh boy, once she started on that soft spongy slide, she couldn’t stop!
“buuuuuuuu!” she freaked out when i “throw” her in the pool of balls.
there wasn’t much that happened that day. i felt sleepy. the last half hour, or so, was…er…okay. she played a bowling game with her teacher and three of her other special friends. little did i know that she had a new classmate, till i saw her that day. let me give a description of my little girl and her pals.
J: the kau-punya-pasal-lah-buat-apa-kau-nak girl
A: the aku-nye-turn-eh boy
L: the aku-nak-jugak-aku-nak-jugak girl
Fateha: the nak-amek-amek-ah girl
i’m not stereotyping the kids. just what i thought through my observation. heheh. (even on my off day i couldn’t stop being a teacher 😦 )