Grade 1 Learner Converts House into ‘Classroom’ for Motivation

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Education is an important facet in a person’s life, but learning itself can have a lot of challenges that make a lot of students struggle, particularly amid the distance learning system being implemented by the Department of Education (DepEd) due to the COVID-19 crisis.

A lot of parents and students are having a hard time coping with the new tasks they have to perform because the current learning system does not allow face-to-face classes. Thus, parents have to be their children’s teachers, while students also have to struggle with the many distractions they have at home.

Photo credit: Toclong Elementary School – Imus / Facebook

Though these are just some of the challenges that students and their parents have to cope with at home, there are many who are able to find ways to make the burden lighter.

For Grade 1 student Allyson Bautista, learning at home has become a fun-filled activity as she converted their house into a classroom. With the help of her mother, Jeannet Jocson Bautista, the grade 1 kid set up the house in such a way that it resembles a classroom.

Photo credit: Toclong Elementary School – Imus / Facebook

The room might be small and she might be the only student but Allyson has plenty of visual aids to guide her as she studies using the printed learning modules her mother gets from her teachers. The “classroom” she made at home creates the atmosphere of a real classroom, making it a place conducive for studying.

On the walls of the room, Allyson and her mom placed various posters showing numbers, the alphabet, shapes, and even some simple words that the little learner can use as guide in learning how to read.

Photo credit: Toclong Elementary School – Imus / Facebook

Feeling po niya nasa school siya. Mas naging active, masigla, at mas naging masipag siyang mag-aral,” explained Mommy Jeannet.

The kid studies at Toclong Elementary School in Imus, Cavite. Her mini classroom has gotten the attention of DepEd, with photos of her handiwork shared by the government agency’s official Facebook page.

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