dc were playing a school game and dd in reception worth this independently. (special person) Extract. He is a good boy. He never fights. He has got good manners. He always has 5 a day. He's nice to his friend. He plays with his brother.
I'd say that was amazing but you will get lots of parents saying it isn't. There was a thread recently when someone posted some writing done by their dc. It was really rather good but everyone slated it. Turned out they had plagiarized it from a renowned author!
I would go against the grain and say that in most cases it is hard to tell a talented writer in reception - and that children who write well in reception do not necessarily become fantastic writers. Often exceptional writing will come from a massive interest in reading, a rich vocabulary and a vivid imagination combined.
In reception often it is more about fine motor skills and maturity.
I am sure loads of people will come along and contradict me, but that has been my personal experience.
Well, I would certainly say a reception child who never fights, has good manners, is nice to his friend and plays with his brother is good - possibly a bit boring, but definitely good. Presuming the 5 a day refers to fruit and veg, rather than cigarettes, that is also good.... would much rather read about a naughty reception child, though. Maybe suggest that to your dd for next time.
Of course it's good. Why ask? You've posted in the G&T section FGS. Fed up of disingenuous, wide eyed, "ooh, is that good?" posts. I would so much rather see an out and out "how fabulous is my child?" thread...