Pokemon Company

Most of the children in my class are crazy about Pokemon and it is a craze that is not abating. No matter what we talk about, they link it to Pokemon: oral, writing, even Math and Science. I have a boy in my class who focuses on his work and completes it ahead of his classmates. And his reward? He gets to play with his Pokemon figurines. On Monday, his ‘game’ was to create a survey and ask the members of the class what their favourite figurine was.

Pokemon Survey © Colline Kook-Chun, 2017

I could not help but smile when I saw him putting into practice what I had explored with him (tallying and doing a survey). My smile grew even wider at the end of the day when he offered his Pokemon some birthday cake brought in by a classmate.

Pokemon eating cake © Colline Kook-Chun, 2017

The best part of the day was seeing my student happily work and play with his Pokemon nearby. It is always a treat to see a child who is self-motivated to work on his activities.

What has made you smile this week?

Weekly Smile #WeeklySmile© Colline Kook-Chun, 2017

(This post was inspired by Trent’s Weekly Smile, a challenge which focuses on sharing all things positive.)

9 thoughts on “Pokemon Company

  1. This made me smile and think of my nephew Ezra. He left a few Pokémon cards on my kitchen table last time he visited. He sure loves them and I love him. He makes me smile. What a beautiful thing to bring smiles to faces. Thank you for that 🌼💛

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  2. So cute, and he’s learning the lessons you teach by playing and integrating them with his toys. Very good. I know my grand son and grand daughter love all things Pokemon! 🙂


  3. My son has a collection of the Pokémon games. He will be 16 this year and he still plays them from time to time! I guess it could become a lifetime passion 😉


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