Sunday, 22 January 2017

Handwriter of the week. #MySundayPhoto

Ellie is a reluctant writer....I would go to far as say she hates writing so it was a big deal when she was awarded this in the weekly assembly at school....


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  1. Fab. It's always lovely to see a child's efforts being acknowledged, isn't it?

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  2. Well done Ellie, handwriting is a sore subject in this house, we could do with Ellie's influence!

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    1. Thank you! It is so hard when you have a reluctant writer...

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  3. A simple certificate like that can mean the world to a young child. Well done Ellie # MySundayPhoto

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    1. It really did mean the world to her. Thank you x

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  4. Hi Kim, that is excellent. My handwriting is terrible and so bad so, that at school I spent many a break in handwriting lessons. Maybe a little encouragement instead of punishment would have worked better!

    xx

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    1. I think encouragement really works....I know when my girl is punished at school for something silly it really puts her off it.
      Thank you x

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  5. Well done, Ellie. This takes me back. I won a certificate in junior school just like this for my handwriting. The fact I still remember it shows what a big deal it was. #MySundayPhoto

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    1. They really are a big deal...Thank you x

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  6. Very well done to her! I have a reluctant writer - he's about to do his GCSEs and we've started thinking about his A Levels, so we really need to address that! x

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    1. Eek! Good luck to him with the GCSE's...
      Thank you x

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  7. Well done! BB's handwriting has come on leaps & bounds this year - it's amazing how quickly they learn #MySundayPhoto

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    1. Ahh! Well done BB. It's great when they improve.
      Thank you x

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  8. Wow, Well done Ellie. It's always lovely to get a certificate but especially so when it's for something you have to try so hard for. xx

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    1. Thank you! She has been trying so hard.

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  9. Very well done, you must be proud.

    Thank you for linking up

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  10. Fantastic! Congratulations, lovely to have your hard work recognised.

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  11. Well done to Ellie. She should be proud of her achievement Kim. x

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  12. Well done Ellie. It means so much more when they have tried with something they don't particularly like #MySundayPhoto

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    1. It has really meant so much to her. Thank you x

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  13. Oh well done Ellie, that's such a brilliant achievement. Zs writing is really spidery so we are doing more practice at the moment!

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    1. Good luck with the practicing!
      Thank you x

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  14. Ah well done Ellie, that is a great achievement x

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  15. Congratulations Ellie! A big achievement and a wonderful one too

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  16. Brilliantly done. Well done Ellie x #MySundayPhoto

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  17. Well done Ellie, that's wonderful x

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