It got me thinking and looking for a while the kind of activities that Wyng may like. I finally found something which I think will be his cup of tea. When I introduced the concept of using a computer software to assemble robots, Wyng jumped to the idea. And he actually waited for more than a month before he finally managed to lay his hands, for the first time, on those small pieces of Lego parts.
It was quite a memorable first day at the class as we were late. Actually, we would not have been late if not for the slow service at the eatery at Summit where the centre is. While waiting for our lunch and in order to maximise our time, we actually hurried to the centre and registered Wyng. Registration was a breeze, no hassle at all.
Hurrying through his lunch but didn't finish it, Wyng started the class 15 minutes late. Every child has a computer in front of them and fortunately a seat seemed to be deliberately left vacant for Wyng. We were convinced that Wyng had only missed a small part of the session. After making sure that Wyng was all ready for the session we left the centre.
|Looking patiently for the right parts|
|6cm, 10cm, where are you?|
As it was about time to round up the session, a teenage boy was seen helping Wyng with the getting the parts and assembly. In just a while, Wyng was asked to be at the competition board. He, just like the other kids, was given a time span to shoot the targets. Alas! He managed to score -60 because he also shot down a police which gave him a demerit!
|Here's the masterpiece!|