You are 71 months old today.
Fortunately, your better side *usually* wins out and you two play nicely (if a bit enthusiastically) the majority of the time.
In math, you are currently working on single-digit multiplication and subtraction. You are also working with materials that will consolidate your knowledge of the decimal system and place value. You have mastered the basic concept of fractions and will begin learning more about division and time telling. It was noted that your "proficiency in mathematics is one of the highest in the class."
In Chinese, you are continuing to practice the Pinyin compound vowels. You are doing a great job in comprehending and conducting basic conversation and you can recognize many of the basic Chinese characters. Again, it was noted that your "proficiency in Mandarin is one of the highest in the class." Your teachers also noted that you will speak exclusively in Mandarin to two of your classmates who are from Chinese-speaking homes.
In English, you have mastered all levels of the Primary Phonics Workbooks and the Readers. You just finished Primary Phonics Comprehension Workbook level 5 & 6 this week.
In Sensorial, you are working with geometric solids and have mastered the binomial and trinomial cubes and the Power of Two work.
In Cultural subjects you enjoy exploring festivals and cultures from around the world. You are very into drawing, painting and all kinds of art work. And you particularly enjoy practicing yoga, mindful breathing and silence during group time.
Your first session of chess club ended this month and you won a second place prize which sent you into spasms of happiness.
We were driving home and you noticed the compass on the GPS and how the North arrow is red and South is blue.
You: Shouldn't it be the other way around?
You: Because blue is generally a cooler color and the North is cooler than the South.
You to Daddy: Want to play checkers with me?
Daddy: Sure. Are you ready to lose?
You: No, I'm ready to win. And shouldn't you be more encouraging?