I told my children after we finished dinner yesterday,
"Let's get started! If I finish housework early, I can have time to study English!"
Then my 6-year-old son started doing his homework, and my 5-year-old daughter started writing Hiragana ( a kind of the Japanese letters).
I thought that she is very unique because she used a green pencil for her practise.
She gave me a letter which she wrote at the nursery school yesterday.
It was like a love letter to me, but it was very esoterice like a cryptogram and difficult to read though I am a Japanese.
She wrote like this,
"Dear dad and mom. I love both of you very much. But I love mom the most. I love love love love love you the most!!"
There were a lot of mistakes in her letter, but I didn't tell her about it.
I only said,
"Thank you! I am very happy to read your letter. You did a great job!"
She seemed to be satisfied to hear my words.
After we took a bath, my daughter started reading a picture book written in a plain Japanese.
I was so surprised that she could read it easily.
"When could you read the book?"
I asked her.
"I can read a book!"
Actually, I have not taught Hiragana and Katakana to her before.
But she learned them by herself, and sometimes her brother taught her strictly.
I realized that children can remember what they are interested in easily.
I think it is important for parents to entice children to have interet to something.
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