What we did during school holiday, while on partial lockdown?

What we did during school holiday, while on partial lockdown?

This is probably one of my special school holiday, a holiday I would remember in many years to come. With entertainment centre such as Motiongate, Legoland, Kidzania, indoor playground shutting down to minimise spreading of COVID-19, my parents could see the seriousness of this issue and hence, we try our best to stay home as much as possible.

To be honest, it is not that bad and probably even what Justin and me prefer. Even before this, we sometimes begged our parents to let us stay home but they always have plans to go here and there. So now, I have good excuse to stay home, indefinitely or until further notice that is.

We have been kept busy. Besides the Maths, Science and Chinese homework that mummy assigned each day, we also have to practice piano for 30 minutes. By the time we finish those, almost half a day passed.

After lunch is usually play time.

We kept ourselves busy with this 205 pieces space puzzle:

Love this oval shaped space puzzle. Justin got it for his birthday present from daddy and mummy and we loved it. Pretty challenging!

Justin also loved playin in the living room while mummy and me binge on Korean drama.

As for mummy, she is enjoying whipping up dishes to feed us.

I love this radish cake that she make!

How bout daddy? Well, he is enjoying his new watch. Yes, he finally bought it after much much much consideration.

Daddy also enjoy experimenting making his fish soup and it is super yummy!

On top of that, we also did a little bit of outdoor activities while maintaining safe distance.

We went to McDonald at The Pointe and we had the whole place to ourselves. We also went for a short walk around the area after eating.

One fine evening, we got dragged out by daddy and mummy to walk 6km. We only came back at 7.30pm and it is all dark outside already. 2 hours of walking and I think that is enough for this week, too tiring!

We enjoyed playing frisbee though….

And that marks the end of the school holiday.

Next week, e-learning starts and I can’t wait!

Till then.

xoxo                                                                                                                    Jaclyn


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