One book to rule them all, one book to find them, one book to bring them all and in the library bind them. I asked some of my readers on Facebook about the first book that got them into reading and their responses unexpectedly opened the floodgates of nostalgia. Where my Filipinos at? We have to give this book the shoutout it deserves. This book is responsible for the literacy of Filipino children everywhere. Or something like that.
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I also remember one of the very first books that my lola used to teach me how to read, Bagong Alpabeto: Mga Unang Hakbang sa Pagbasa.
I remember that the book cover and the pages were old it was one of the books my lola used when she was still a Grade 1 teacher. I may not remember everything because I was only three back then, but I will forever be grateful to my lola , my first teacher. It was very sunny and breezy.
The natural light and fresh air were both favorable for learning. What I could remember well is my pre-school room when I was formally sent to school. It was big and spacious. There was also an open space where we were asked to sit indian style on the floor during class hours while our teacher discusses our lessons. We were only asked to sit on chairs in front of tables if we are going to do coloring and other seatwork.
I remember that I very much enjoyed my pre-school days. It was a fun and delightful time of learning. As far as I could remember, my remotest childhood memory would be that of me and my lola lying on a mat she laid out on the floor to take our afternoon nap. She had this native woven pamaypay which she was using to fan us both.
Perhaps the reason why I was able to recall it easily is because it was a good memory. I consider it as an episodic memory. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. My Remotest Childhood Memory As far as I could remember, my remotest childhood memory would be that of me and my lola lying on a mat she laid out on the floor to take our afternoon nap.
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