He takes this game darn seriously.
It started off with a notebook. The paper notebook. Not the type-perdy notebook. He carried it around with a pen slotted into the ring binding. And he scribbled in it with lots of 'info'.
What's that?- I had to ask, looking a page with some Swahili words marked with crosses.
"They are my students' names. See the x? They are absent today."
Oooookay.... I flipped some more and realised there were more identical writings - all intelligible. Here's the thing.. he is so anal about which page contains what details, though they all look like gibberish to me.
This page - students' attendance.
That page - students' addresses and telephone numbers
Page 48 - today's lesson plan
It was all very organised, I must say though only he could find and understand the info he wanted.
This morning, only two students turned up. The *ahem* teacher was mad that these two students didn't learn up the songs he taught yesterday.
And here I am..wondering why I even bother buying toys for this boy. All he needs is a notebook and a pen to play (for 3days 2 nights).
PS: You..yes you..don't simply say its..you know what. Kids play like that wan..