Saturday, September 05, 2009

Writing Her Chinese Name

Sharlene was taught how to write her Chinese name early this year. It wasn’t easy at first but after practising for sometime, she finally knows how to write her own Chinese name. I was proud of her! From then on, she’s able to write it down independently whenever we ask her to.

After awhile I was quite assured that she knows her Chinese name well. Hence, I have cease getting her to practise.

The other day (during the last school holidays), when I asked her to write the characters for me, she gave me a blank stare. Ooppss...I knew she must have forgotten some of the strokes. True enough, she needed my assistance in order to complete the strokes below.


Time to practise again, Sharlene! :)

10 comments:

Mummy Gwen said...

Her Chinese writing is very good already. Yes..practice makes perfect. :)

wenn said...

ya, just need practice..

Irene said...

wah, she is really good!

slavemom said...

Chinese needs a lot of practice. Can forget if dun write often. But not ez to get pre-schoolers to practise frequently. My girl so lazy to write chn characters. :( Happy writing, Sharlene!

Cynthia said...

wah.. she got a long stroke chinese name too ha.. but nvm, she will know how to write it when she writes more.. Chinese words are like that, the more you write, the more you remember.. :D

Jess said...

Her writing is very good.
Clean and clear.

Leona said...

Very impressed with Sharlene. Well done, Mummy ... for teaching her well.

kenwooi said...

haha.. nice..
when i was young i dont know how to write my chinese name..
but now know la.. =)

kenwooi.com

Serene said...

I like both her English and Chinese name, so nice and sweet!

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

I remembered you told me before that Sharlene's last chinese name has many strokes, and it is really true.
But she able to write her name in a very nice and neat way, good girl lah!

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