Jennica Garcia, natakot noong una para sa anak na si Mori dahil sa online class

Jennica Garcia, natakot noong una para sa anak na si Mori dahil sa online class

- Jennica Garcia took to Instagram to open up about her and Mori’s experience with online schooling

- In a lengthy online post, the celebrity mom admitted that she was apprehensive at the beginning with Mori attending an online class

- According to Jennica, “I was afraid that she will only get anxious and frustrated with her progress”

- However, Jennica revealed that all her worries eventually dissipated with the help of Teacher Taj

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Jennica Garcia, 31, has openly admitted that she was apprehensive at first to let her daughter, Mori, attend school in an online setting due to the pandemic.

On Monday, November 8, KAMI learned that the 31-year-old-actress penned a lengthy post about Mori’s experience with the Beginning Reader’s Program of Cascades.

According to Jennica, she was afraid at first for Mori since the latter might get “anxious and frustrated with her progress.”

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Jennica Garcia, natakot noong una para sa anak na si Mori dahil sa online class
Jennica Garcia, natakot noong una para sa anak na si Mori dahil sa online class (@jennicagarciaph)
Source: Instagram

However, all her worries dissipated with the help of Teacher Taj whom Jennica mentioned is a “gem.”

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“@cascades.ph Enrolling Mori in the Beginning Readers Program is a decision that I do not regret. I'd have to admit that at first, I was apprehensive about her attending a class online. I was afraid that she will only get anxious and frustrated with her progress and find it difficult to understand her teacher in an online setting but I was wrong.
“Teacher Taj is a GEM. We have a Viber Group and every time I ask her assistance with something that Mori is struggling with, she'd equip me with tools I can download for free. This includes links and she even takes videos to show me how I can be of help in Mori's progress towards spelling, reading and writing. Ang empowering mga Inay.”

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According to the actress, while regular schooling does have its perks, homeschooling also has its own positive sides as well.

“While regular schooling has its perks (I get to have alone time which is a must for my mental health), Homeschooling with Cascades brings me great joy as well. Mori and I's bond became stronger, I get to know her strengths and weaknesses firsthand so I know which area we need to focus on more and so on. Teacher Taj, I honor you! Thank you for being intentional and patient with Mori and the rest of her classmates. We'll see you next Monday!”

Read her post below and swipe left to see more photos:

Born on December 26, 1989, Jennica Garcia is a Filipina actress who is the daughter of veteran actress, Jean Garcia. She is married to her co-actor, Alwyn Uytingco, with whom she has two children.

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As reported earlier by KAMI, Jennica Garcia revealed that she and her estranged husband Alwyn Uytingco are now trying to fix their relationship with each other and are currently working on their marriage. The two parted ways in May of this year following speculations about their marriage relationship hitting rock bottom.

Meanwhile, Jennica Garcia has continuously been under the spotlight due to her split with her husband, Alwyn Uytingco. Just recently, the 31-year-old actress buzzed the online community with her latest cryptic post on Instagram.

Source: Kami.com.ph

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