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Model Composition for Primary 1 & 2 - an act of kindness.

Here is a model composition for Primary 1 & 2 - an act of kindness. Primary 1 is given a single picture whereas Primary 2 is usually given a 4 picture composition model. Below, we have used a single image to serve as an example of a topic. We have included helping words to help with the topic. This model composition is to be used as an inspiration for writing for the composition topic- An act of kindness.


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Model composition  for Lower Primary 1 & 2 - An act of kindness
Model composition for Lower Primary 1 & 2 - An act of kindness

Model composition (Primary 1 & 2)- An act of kindness composition


The sun smiled in the azure blue sky. It was a splendid day for a stroll in the park. Little children were squealing in delight and skipping around in joy. The ground was still wet from yesterday's heavy rains. Daddy and I sloshed our way up the footpath. Daddy loves fishing in the lake. I thought fishing was as dull as dishwater and preferred to fly a kite. "Could you pass me the fishing rod?" my Dad asked. Feeling unenthusiastic, I shuffled my feet over to my Dad and passed the fishing rod. I sat on the bench while my Dad unpacked. There was a beautiful water fountain beside the lake. The streams of water danced gracefully. I watched the children race one another to see who was the fastest.


Oh! How I wish I could play with them! Lost in my thoughts, I did not realise my Dad was tiptoeing behind me. "Boo! Ready to catch fish?" he beamed from ear to ear. Just then, angry clouds like soldiers marched in the skies with a deafening sound of thunder. The rain poured and everyone scurried to the shelter. However, one wrinkly old lady hobbled slowly with the help of a walking stick. Suddenly, she slipped on a slippery surface and fell with a thud.


Nobody came to her aid. She crawled piteously on the ground to get her stick. Without hesitation, I quickly helped her up. She was very grateful for my kindness. "Thank you!" she smiled. My father was very proud of my act of kindness. I felt as proud as a peacock for doing an act of kindness.

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