(Photo by Benjamin Manley on Unsplash) “Bath time!” screamed a mum. “NO! I don’t want to!” a child screeched. “Come on. Hurry up. I need to prepare dinner. Please get in
the bathroom!” begged the mum. “No! No baths! I want to play!” the child ran away from the
mum and escaped into another room. Sounds familiar? Do you have trouble getting your child to
eat, bath or sleep at the right time? Is your child’s schedule all over the
place that half the time you are not sure what they supposed to be doing? Then
it is time to establish some ground rules to maintain normalcy and sanity into
Why Daily Routine is
Important? Routine help children develop a sense
of stability and order. It creates a calmer household as a whole because the
child and the other family members in the household need to know what to expect
throughout the day.With a routine, a child will learn over time how to do simple things
like brushing teeth. Your child will also gain confidence and independence.
Writing (40 marks) – New FormatWrite a
composition of at least 150 words about an angry incident.
The pictures above are provided to help you think about this topic. Your composition should be based on one or more of these pictures. Consider the following points when you plan your composition.What/who triggered the anger?Was the incident that caused anger resolved?You may use the points in any order and include other relevant points as well.Composition-An angry incident. Pictures: Pests (cockroaches and rats),
burly boy grabbing the collar of a smaller boy, puppy with a bandaged leg.
“Woof! Woof!”, my dog, Sparky barked loudly as he leapt up
and down. Playing catch is his favourite pastime. “Catch the ball Sparky!” I
yelled with a smile as I drew my arm back and threw the ball into the air.
Sparky charged for the ball but I knew that he would take a longer time to
catch it as compared to other dogs. I looked at Sparky as he enthusiastically
limped away to catch the ball. Ever…