My Patroness Amazes Me

Born on the 2nd of January 1873 at Alencon in France, she was baptized two days after, on the 4th of January same year. When she was growing up, she thought she would be a nun. She received her First Holy Communion on the 8th of May 1884 and was confirmed on the 14th of June the same year. On the 9th of April 1888, she entered the Carmelite Monastery at Lisieux as a Postulant, at the permission of her Father. She practiced the virtues of humility, evangelical simplicity, and firm confidence in God. She is my Patron Saint, Therese of the Child Jesus, also known as Saint Therese of Lisieux and The Holy Face.

The Preposition

Prepositions are linking or connecting words. They link words that follow them to other words in a sentence. We can equally say a preposition is a connecting word which shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun to another word in a sentence. Examples:

My Patroness Amazes Me

Born on the 2nd of January 1873 at Alencon in France, she was baptized two days after, on the 4th of January same year. When she was growing up, she thought she would be a nun. She received her First Holy Communion on the 8th of May 1884 and was confirmed on the 14th of June the same year. On the 9th of April 1888, she entered the Carmelite Monastery at Lisieux as a Postulant, at the permission of her Father. She practiced the virtues of humility, evangelical simplicity, and firm confidence in God. She is my Patron Saint, Therese of the Child Jesus, also known as Saint Therese of Lisieux and The Holy Face.

Writing letters of the Alphabet for kindergartens

This lesson is aimed at helping those pupils who, after passing through level one (Primary 1 and 2) reach levels two and three (Primary 3 – 6) without knowing how to solve a simple equation in Mathematics. This makes them fail their exams, not because they are dull. Some teachers also hurriedly teach Mathematics without taking into consideration some basic principles. This class of pupils is merely slow to understand and needs gradual guidance to reading. This blog answers the difficulties faced by these pupils at all levels. Parents and teachers are advised to use this lesson for a better result in the performance of the Slow Learners.

Story Telling; The Honest Princess

Every culture has its own folklore, which is shared as a means of entertainment, education, culture preservation or instillation of moral values. Stories give emotional glue that connects the audience to the message. Information presentation should be constructed around a story. Stories reshape knowledge into something meaningful. Stories are motivating. Stories make people care and transcend one’s current environment. All these make stories very important in the teaching/learning process. Let’s listen to these two stories.

Pictures and Names of Birds

Animated video

Mastering The Alphabet 1, 2 and 3; Enabling Reading For Slow Learners E-book Series

This publication is aimed at helping those pupils who after passing through level one (primary 1&2) reach levels two and three (Primary 3 – 6) without being able to read a simple text. They can give correct answers to oral questions but cannot read the questions themselves. This makes them fail their exams not because they are dull. Some teachers also hurriedly teach the alphabet without taking into consideration some basic principles. This class of pupils are merely slow to understand and needs gradual guidance to the art of reading. This book gives an answer to the difficulties faced by these pupils at all levels. Parents and teachers are advised to use this book for a better result in the performance of the Slow Learners. My grand-daughter in 4k (Nursery 2) can read so well as she follows lessons in Mastering the Alphabet books 1,2 and 3.

Nkwen Language Wise Sayings Mǝbǎkò’ò

Àbàa ntəǝ nə̀ kàa nluu. An Advice bag never gets full. Fya azuŋə ambwo ŋù wuma a zhi ǹdwènə̀. Give something to one who knows the value. (Said in a situation where someone takes good care of something)

THE BO-BE-NKA’A PROCESS IN FUTRU PARISH

A TESTIMONY AND RECAPITULATION ON HOW THE BO-BE-NKA’A PROCESS BEGAN, PROGRESSED AND THEN CAME TO A HALT IN FUTRU PARISH