TRUE FRIENDSHIP

True friendship isn’t about what you can do or what others can’t do for you. It is about who stands by your side in good times and bad times. Sometimes things that hurt you in life teach you hood lessons in life. God has never lost a battle and he is not about to lose […]

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THE BIG FISH

Dad had told Mom in the morning that he would bring a big fish home to dinner. In the evening we had a guest. He was Dad’s business partner, Mr Addoquaye. When we were seated at the table all about to enjoy the banku and chicken, my five-year old little brother blurted out: “Why, Mommy, […]

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A CLASSROOM SCENE

TEACHER: “How many fingers have you, Appiah?” APPIAH: “Ten.” TEACHER: “Well, if four of them were missing, what would you have then?” APPIAHY: “No flute lessons.”   By KWABENA BOAKYE Class Six

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THE RESULT OF DISOBEDIENCE

There were three boys in my neighbourhood. They were friends. They went to school together. They played together. They did everything together. But they were stubborn. They didn’t listen to their parents. They didn’t take any advice. There was a busy road near their house. The three friends liked to run across the road. They […]

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THE BOY WHO DETERMINED TO GO TO SCHOOL

Kofi Tutu lives near my house. He is about five years old. He dreamt of going to school but his parents would not allow him. He begged his older brother to take him with him to a school near their house. The big brother took him there. He took the entrance examination and passed. For […]

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THE MAD TEACHER

My little sister is in KG One. She is four years old. But she thinks like someone six years old. She came home last week and told my mother that her teacher was mad. “How’s that, Sedinam?” my mother asked her. “Yesterday, she told us that 2+2=4. But today she said it’s 3+1”  she reasoned. […]

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THE WIND

One thing puzzles me so I asked my teacher for her help. Now, listen to our conversation: ME: “Please Madam, where is the wind when it does not blow?” TEACHER: “That is a stupid question.  Go ask your father.” By STEPHANIE SEFAKOR MAWUDZROH Class Six

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KOJO FINDS HIS FATHER

Once there lived a boy named Kojo. He was a very lazy boy and his mother and he were not good friends. His mother was a widow. She lost her husband before Kojo was born. When Kojo grew up, he learned that his father travelled to far away land to look for wealth but never […]

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AMPHIBIANS

I never did know that amphibians were special creatures. I used to think of them as animals that lived part of their life in water and part of it on land. Thus, crocodiles, alligators, hippos as well as beavers were amphibians. I believed this until my teacher told me I was wrong. He said that […]

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Ghana Day

Ghana Day was held to signify Ghana’s independence Day celebration. During the programme, the children wore dresses that portrayed the different cultures we have in Ghana. A lecture on our liberation of freedom in Ghana was held and the children sung patriotic songs to reaffirm their commitment to the service of Ghana

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