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Monday, 6-Aug-2007 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
London Tour on the Big Bus Company

we were waiting for the bus...aisyah got a big red bus
supaya takyah nak susah2 naik tube or jalan mcm kura2
sambil menunggu...cuci mata at the Art Market
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Pictures were taken mainly from an open top tour bus in London. We were lucky as we managed to grab a seat on the bus with live commentary - so we can ask any question we like instead of just listening to the recorded audio commentary. Afterwards...we took a FREE river cruise along the famous River Thames.


Monday, 30-Jul-2007 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
The Big Sheep, North Devon (March 07)

I'm the main attraction here
Aisyahfeeding the lamb
Just gave birth...placenta masih melekat lagik tuh
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An attraction dedicated to SHEEPS. Even the big indoor play area is called EWE-TOPIA. Since then, her favourite animal in the whole wide world changes to SHEEP. Favourite song sang in many versions would be Baa Baa Black Sheep. She enjoys making up the end for that song!

Quote:

Baa Baa Black Sheep
Have you any wool?
Yes Sir! Yes Sir!
Three bags full
One for the master
One for the dame
One for the little boy who live down the ***

*** isikan tempat kosong. Aisyah likes to replace 'lane' with anything that she can think of like car or river.


Monday, 23-Jul-2007 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Home Cleaning

oh no! cermin kotor lah..perlu dibersihkan
alas ngan towel dulu sbb takut basah
clean kan properly
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Quote:
The exercises for practical life are designed to teach the child to function in his own environment by teaching him how to cope with the things around him. The daily functions of our home are routine and simple to us, but they are new and exciting for a child. He must learn the correct way of doing whatever needs to be done in the home. So often we will scold a young child for banging drawers shut and yet have we ever taken time to show him the proper way of opening and closing drawers?

Let the child observe the tasks involved in the care of his home, and let him see that it must be kept orderly and clean. Let him observe you as you do chores around the house, and allow him to help you. Young children love to imitate adults and think that arranging flowers, making beds and cleaning house are fun.

Children love to work with their hands – an important activity in their development. Teach the child to be responsible for his own room and personal belongings, and let him have simple chores that are strictly his to do (tidying his toys, setting up table and cleaning his room). Let him know that he does these chores because they are his responsibility, not because he may expect a reward from you.

Let us utilize the tremendous amounts of energy our children possess!

from Teaching Montessori in the Home - The Preschool Years by Elizabeth G. Hainstock


She really enjoy helping me around the house particularly when water involves. Hoping that she will stay be helpful biler dah teenager nanti


Sunday, 15-Jul-2007 01:33 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Science & Engineering Week

Organised by students & staff for their family members
Fluorescent paints
Her attempt to decorate it herself
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Taken at the beginning of Spring 2007


Thursday, 12-Jul-2007 07:05 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Home Schooling

It's me again....kali nie kat Mesia plak
seperti biasa perlukan art brushes
Kalau nak gunakan pre cut sponges pon boleh
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First painting session in Malaysia. Decided to do painting after a depressing trip to the nearest Tadika. Ummi had a chat with the manager of the tadika. The manager was boasting about many teaching methods in her tadika. Little that she realised that some of the teaching method actually contradict each other. Didn't dare to ask whether she has any childcare qualification at all.

Conclusion : The manager just listed every imaginable teaching method to impress some parents (not Ummi!)

For those who interested in the painting activity, Ummi uses non-toxic washable paint from Crayola. We bought the ready mix paints from ELC, Mothercare, Toys R Us or HobbyCraft (next to Haskin) when we were in Southampton. They cost about GBP 1(< ~RM 7.00 ) per big bottle. Not sure where to get those in Malaysia.

Happy Painting.


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