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Mar
13
2015

The Learning Process

Art subject can be fun and interesting but more often than not, parents and students don’t see it that way. For example Ethan brought home his latest art project last week. It is a texture and color art work. His teacher gave him a piece of paper with a printing of a robot on it. He is required to find surfaces with textures, place the paper on it and color; making prints on the robot along the […]

Mar
12
2015

Wrapping School Books

Ethan had been unwell since Monday evening but on Tuesday insisted to go to school as his fever subsided. We allowed him because there was no point arguing with him as he was very determined and looked okay then. But he came home on Tuesday with high fever and feeling nauseous. I did not allow him to go to school on Wednesday and made him rest at home instead. He kept himself busy doing his homework when […]

Feb
6
2015

Homeschooling a Toddler – Reading Activity

The reason I prefer to homeschool Ayden than to send to playschool is because I can guide him as and when he is most comfortable and feels like it. This is especially important during reading session as it will be almost impossible to teach a toddler when he is sleepy and cranky. At 16 months old, reading is not limited to word cards though I use mostly wordcards for our reading lessons. I introduced word cards […]

Jan
19
2015

Homeschooling a Toddler – Colour Sorting

Continuation from our first homeschool activity of beading/threading, we are going to proceed with the second activity a toddler can do at home today. It is never too early to expose a toddler to the world of colours. If you watch your toddler closely, you’ll discover that he/she will usually have a preference towards a particular colour. Always start with that colour to capture his interest.  My 16 month old Ayden loves playing with building […]

Jan
16
2015

Homeschooling a Toddler – Beading Activity

It’s the second day of school for the big brother Ethan and Ayden is left alone at home with me. Now that Ayden is 16 months old, I can start ‘homeschooling’ him just like what I’ve done with the elder brother years ago. By ‘homeschooling’ I mean keeping Ayden occupied by giving him lots of playtime to improve his fine motor skills. Parents these days have all the luxury to splurge on their kids when […]

Nov
17
2014

Samsung KidsTime App: Recap and Conclusions

I’ve written a couple of blog posts on Samsung KidsTime. You may refer to them by clicking here and here. Today I’m going to recap some of the app’s main features and conclude my findings and observations. Before that, I also want to review some of the games and activities on Samsung KidsTime. There are several categories such as: I can SOLVE. The games under this category focus on Math. Ethan’s favourite is the one […]

Nov
10
2014

Samsung KidsTime – The Educational Apps for Kids

It has been about a week now that we’ve been using Samsung KidsTime app on our Tab 4. In case you are wondering what Samsung KidsTime is, it is a new application for android devices which helps in managing and improving your child’s development. Samsung KidsTime offers more than 80 applications and their contents are tailored specifically for children aged 3 to 7 years, allowing your children to learn new things using a tablet in […]

Oct
31
2014

Samsung KidsTime Apps for Kids

Remember I mentioned in my previous post that we went for a video shoot last Saturday? Well, I can finally reveal what that shoot was for :D Can you see that I was showing Ethan something on the tablet? We were actually exploring a new app by Samsung called Samsung KidsTime. Samsung KidsTime is a new application that helps in managing and improving child development. Ethan and I were introduced to Samsung KidsTime on the […]

Oct
27
2014

Baby Sign Language

I bring Ayden along with me all the time for my blogging events and most of my blogger friends are amazed at how well we communicate. Well, Ayden can’t really speak yet. All he can say now are just THERE, MILK and BREAD but what he can do is communicate with us via baby sign language. I read about baby sign language before Ayden was born. I learned that babies understand though they can’t really […]

Oct
14
2014

2015 School Holidays Chart

The 2015 school holidays chart is out. In 2015, there will no longer be replacement classes on Saturdays. They will be held before the year end long holidays instead.

Oct
10
2014

How to get your kids to do their revision?

It’s the exam week this and next week. Today is an off day though to accommodate the UPSR exam. Since last weekend we have been struggling to get Ethan to do his revision. Remember in my post here I mentioned I had not a productive weekend? That was because we deliberately stayed home so Ethan can do his revision but guess what? He did not. He chose to play instead. My blood boiled telling him […]

Sep
29
2014

Matrix Global Schools, Bandar Sri Sendayan, Seremban

“Matrix Global Schools is built on a newly-developed, 20-acre lakeside campus, with over 600,000 square feet of built-up space, providing the highest quality of affordable private schooling, from preschool, through to Cambridge iGCSE. Both schools offer a full range of exciting, state-of-the-art facilities, with a team of professional, well-trained and experienced teachers, using internationally recognized methods, and low teacher-pupil ratios. Along with the D’Tempat Country Club, The Matrix Global School campus lies at the hub […]

Mar
25
2014

Hand and Footprint Sun

It’s the school holidays and that means having Ethan at home all day, all night, all week :D To keep him occupied, we did an artwork yesterday. We did a Hand and Footprint Sun. We used Ayden’s hand and footprint for our art. Ethan tracing Ayden’s handprint.  He then traced Ayden’s foot. Ayden admiring his footprint. I get Ethan to cut out the hand and footprints. And paste them. Finally, he drew a pair of […]

Mar
20
2014

School Injury Insurance Claim

Ethan was involved in an accident in school recently. A student knocked into him at the staircase causing an injury to his head. The student (Year 5) carried Ethan into the office for initial treatment. The school’s person-in-charge then called Ethan’s father to take him for further check-up. The father brought him to our family doctor where his wound was checked and cleansed. I’m not sure if it was the doctor or the teacher who […]

Feb
26
2014

Choosing the Right Book for Babies

When it comes to books for babies, remember this ONE rule – wipeable. I always get glossy wipe clean books for babies. The reason being they won’t easily tear or clump when soaked with baby’s saliva and at the end of the day we can easily wipe them clean and keep them away.  I have this old book of Ethan’s that is not a wipe clean book. It’s a touch and feel book so I […]

Dec
4
2013

SJKC Primary One Orientation Week

Just as the year-end school holidays started a fortnight ago, Ethan had to go to his primary school for a two-week orientation. We paid for this actually, RM130 for 2 weeks (4 hours/day) inclusive of food. We asked Ethan earlier if he wants to join this orientation and excitedly he said YES so we signed him up on the day we confirmed his registration in this school. With Ayden keeping me occupied, I had not […]

Aug
30
2013

How to draw the STAR of our Jalur Gemilang?

With Merdeka Day just around the corner, Ethan has been learning a lot about patriotism and singing the Jalur Gemilang and Satu Malaysia songs everyday in Kindy. Yesterday, he brought home his homework and proudly showed me the Jalur Gemilang he drew in class.  I find it amazing that he is able to draw the STAR as I always find it difficult during my school days. I told him that my star always ended up […]

Aug
12
2013

Learn Physics at Petrosains KLCC

Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Marie Curie and Michael Faraday. What do all 4 of them have in common? No, it’s not their WACKY hairstyles!! It’s PHYSICS! Physics i.e ‘knowledge of nature’ is the natural science that involves the study of matter and its motion through space and time, along with related concepts such as energy and force in order to understand how the universe behaves. You’re ‘lost’ already? Me too. I can only remember Albert […]

Jul
26
2013

Learning the art of painting

The kindergarten that Ethan is attending is kinda ‘weird’ in a sense that though they have Art & Craft in their timetable, they don’t do much BUT they’d encourage us to sign Ethan up for the additional Art & Craft classes held every Thursday AFTER schooling hours with an additional fee. Some of his friends go for this and Ethan’s teacher is always commenting that though Ethan is doing great in every subject, he is […]

Jul
16
2013

Keputusan Penempatan Tahun 1/2014

After so many sleepless nights, D-day is finally here! THE day to check the result for Ethan’s Primary 1 school placement application. I was so scared to even log-in to check the result. I know I won’t be able to take it if he got rejected and we had to appeal and wait until November again for the next result. But no matter how scared I was, I had to do it. We have to […]

Jul
10
2013

How to Remember the Order of the Planets in our Solar System

We live on a ball of rock called Earth in a vast expanse called space. Besides us, there are other planets, billions of stars, and other bits of rock and dust in space. The name for all this stuff is the Universe. Ethan came home from Kindy the other day with this box filled with planets. I find it very creative that the teachers got the kids to paint a tissue box black and paste […]

May
22
2013

Alphabet Adventures

I came home yesterday and found a package on the floor of my car porch! The postman actually just threw the package there! >_< Unwrapped it and saw this book: Alphabet Adventures by Megan Mueli I’ve totally forgotten about this book. Megan actually contacted me some time ago discussing about including a piece of my craft work in her book and we’ve come to an agreement. She did mention that she’ll mail me a copy […]

Apr
25
2013

Telling Time

Ethan loves wearing watch. He has several watches, some still functioning, some the strap kaput-ed and some just went missing >_< Most of his watches are just RM5, bought from Daiso. I don’t buy him expensive watches as I don’t see the need for a kid to strap on hundreds of dollars on his wrist. While shopping the other day, Ethan saw this Adidas watch that he loves very much. It was priced at over […]

Apr
4
2013

Second chance at preschool

If you have been following my blog or my FB, you’ll know that we enrolled Ethan for Kindy for the very first time this year in March. Never in our dreams did we expect it would be such a nightmare. You can read about our, or rather Ethan’s nightmare here and here. The last straw was when that particular boy poked Ethan’s ear with a sharp pencil and STILL no action was taken against that […]

Mar
14
2013

How do you deal with a school bully?

It has been Ethan’s dream to attend preschool since he found out his other friends are also attending it. We had no choice but to give in and let him experience what Kindergarten is all about. I thought since Ethan is already doing well academically, the more important factor of preschool is to socialize hence I did not bother to go for any ‘branded franchise’ kind of Kindy but to just enroll him into the […]

Mar
10
2013

Home-school vs Kindergarten

I’ve been home-schooling Ethan since young until early this year. I planned to home-school him all the way until he goes to Primary 1 next year. That is until his friends in the playground asked him why isn’t he going to school. Ethan then started questioning me about school, about Kindergarten. We started talking to Ethan about Kindergarten and the possibility of him attending one. The thought of having friends to study (and play) together […]

Mar
1
2013

Easy Pizza Bento for kids

My (not so) baby finally went to Kindy today. It is his first day but he doesn’t want me to send him so his Dad drove him there instead >_< Big boy now. Going to school on his own without me :D I made pizza bento for his lunch box today.  Pizza bento Brown some meat (sausage, ham or anything of your choice) He loves cheese so I placed cheese in between his bread.  Cut […]

Jan
20
2013

Kidzania : Revisited

Ethan made his first trip to Kidzania in March 2012 when they just opened. Read about it here. Back then many establishments are not operational yet.  We have since revisited Kidzania a couple more times to seek jobs in their new establishments and also to try securing jobs in other establishment which he did not have time to apply during his first visit.   Ayam Brand Cooking School He learned to make tuna sandwich and […]

Dec
5
2012

School of Tomorrow – Empowering Lifelong Learners

After attending the Beaconhouse School of Tomorrow conference, a quote by Alma Haris lingered in my mind even until now, “If we want 21st century learning, we can’t have 20th century systems”. The 4th School of Tomorrow Conference opened to a crowd of over 600 delegates from over 9 countries at the Sunway Resort Hotel. The education conference is the fourth in a series of international conferences organised by Beaconhouse to explore a new vision […]

Dec
2
2012

Dare to be different

Ethan’s BaoBei teacher told him last Friday to bring an empty cut bottle to class on Monday for a project. They are learning about plants and as usual in BaoBei, every topic is followed by some practical learning. That is what I love most about this place as it is not just theory learning but hands-on too.  Ethan said he believes the teacher will teach him to grow a plant in that cut bottle as […]

Nov
23
2012

Everyday’s a field trip with Nuffnang

I started blogging late 2008. It took me about a year to find my way in the blogging community. Nuffnang helped path my way. Ethan has never been to kindergarten until his present age of 5 but he has experienced more than any kindergarten can give through the numerous Nuffnang activities we attended.  2010 From the tender age of 2 years plus, Ethan started tagging along with me to events. The hands on experience gained […]

Nov
19
2012

School of Tomorrow

If you are an avid reader of our blog, you’d know that Ethan was home schooled until his present age of 5. He will be 6 mid of next year and I think it is only fair to let him experience one year of pre-school in the company of friends.  We have yet to register Ethan in any pre-schools as we are in a dilemma on which school to choose. Being a former childhood educator, I’ve been […]

Nov
8
2012

Crossing the Road – A guide for children

It’s never too early to teach our kids how to cross the road. Ethan and I always sing to this tune: Look left, right, left, Before you cross the street, Use your eyes, before you use your feet.. We were in IKEA today and Ethan proudly wanted to show his Daddy how he crosses the road..  Watch the light, watch the light, Red means stop and green means go. Press the button and watch the […]

Nov
2
2012

You learn, I learn. You no learn, I won’t too..

It has been 6-7 months now since Ethan first learned how to play the piano. Throughout these period, I have been able to keep up with the lessons and guide him in the absence of his piano teacher. Then slowly, he starts to be better than me, reading piano notes more fluently while I still struggle trying to recognize those notes. However, together, Ethan and I made good progress. He always makes sure that I […]

Sep
27
2012

Hands on learning experience

Mid Autumn Festival is just around the corner but I have yet to buy any mooncakes. This year, the number of people making their own mooncakes shoot sky high due to the exorbitant prices of commercial mooncakes. Ethan got the chance to try making mooncakes when we were invited to sample Resort World Genting’s mooncakes collection. Read all about it here. I’ve tried shaping mooncake too last year in West Lake Garden, Sunway Resort Hotel […]

Aug
15
2012

Piano lesson update: Popeye the Sailor Man

4 1/2 months into his piano lessons, he is now Popeye the Sailor Man! :P Hehe.. my little Popeye :P His new set of books now are Hal Leonard Piano Lessons Book 2, Hal Leonard Piano Solos Book 2 and Hal Leonard Popular Piano Solos Level 2. 

Jul
19
2012

Do we really need cell phones in school?

I am horrified to read about the decision to allow mobile devices to be brought to school starting next year in our country. When dining out, just look around you. Most children are no longer interacting with each other these days. They all got their head burried into their mobile IT gadgets. A reunion of any sorts no longer holds any virtue of togetherness. What we get these days is a group of humans put […]

May
30
2012

The library in Bao Bei

Ethan discovered recently that he can actually borrow books from Bao Bei and bring them home. He got super excited and picked a book about heavy machines. He brings it everywhere he goes. I love libraries. I was a librarian back in school. I used to borrow the entire series of Noddy! Dunno what happen to me now, I just don’t read books anymore -.- Not bad, BaoBei has its own library! Ethan brings the […]

May
20
2012

Awarded BaoBei’s exemplary student (模 范 生)

Earlier this week, Ethan came home smiling from ear to ear. He only smiles that wide upon completing one stage and proceeding to the next. He has been in BaoBei for 9 months now and he is in stage E at the moment. I thought he has completed stage E and is already in F but he said not yet, a little bit more to go. I wonder then, why that big grin? Then he […]

May
15
2012

Math Tutorial : ODD and EVEN numbers

Ever wonder how to teach your kid to understand the ODD and EVEN numbers? Watch this video of my lesson with Ethan. Ethan @ 4Y9M First time recording an on-going lesson, please pardon my weird English… -.- Click here to view Ethan’s multiplication lesson.

May
9
2012

Learning through play

I give English and Math tuition at home for Primary school going kids. Ethan participates in all these classes ever since like ‘forever’.. The other day I was teaching the Primary 4 kids Multiplication. After class, Ethan requested to learn multiplication too. I told him it is good enough that he knows his Addition and Subtraction well and that Multiplication can wait. After all, he is not even FIVE yet! But he insisted to learn as […]

May
6
2012

Bento workshop for kids

Today, Darling and I accompanied Ethan to his school’s educational trip – bento making. When Ethan initially brought home the permission slip, he told us that ONE adult must accompany him. I volunteered to go but Darling said it would be nice to make it a family outing as well so we paid for 2 adults and 1 kid :) Ethan was given a bento set, a pair of gloves, a hair net and a […]

Apr
9
2012

Petrosains KLCC

The last I went to Petrosains KLCC was end of 2006 when I was pregnant with Ethan. I was working with Smart Reader Kids then and was leading the kids for their field trip. The kids were 5 and 6 years old then but they did not enjoy the trip. We completed the entire place in less than 2 hours! Yesterday, when we planned to utilize the free Petrosains vouchers given by Disney Junior, I […]

Mar
4
2012

KidZania Kuala Lumpur : Where KIDS grow UP!

Get ready for a better world at KidZania – an indoor educational and entertainment theme park based on the concept of fostering independence and autonomy in kids aged 4 to 14. The first KidZania in Malaysia (there are 8 other KidZanias around the world), is constructed on 7,400sq m (80,000sq ft) over two levels in Curve NX in Mutiara Damansara. Ethan, Darling and I finally packed our suitcase and flew our way here today. KidZania […]

Mar
3
2012

Going to KidZania Kuala Lumpur

*Live Blogging* We are flying to KidZania city… Check-in :D KidZania International Airport See ya later alligator! Update: Check out our full entry here. Check out this video of the kids fighting fire at KidZania Kuala Lumpur.

Feb
26
2012

Permohonan Penempatan Murid Warganegara Tahun 1

APPLICATION FOR YEAR ONE STUDENT PLACEMENT It’s that BIG time of our lives for mothers with kids born in the year 2007. The time is here for us to register our kid for Primary ONE! How time flies! I have not even registered Ethan for kindergarten but here I am struggling to find THAT SCHOOL for Year ONE! >_< For folks in Selangor, we have to register ONLINE first, print all relevant documents AND submit […]

Jan
8
2012

BaoBei Reading Wonderland : Update at 5 months

It has been FIVE months since Ethan first started going to BaoBei. A week after I published his update at 2.5 months, he brought home another set of cards that consists of 11 word cards. I did not recorded a video then as it was only 11 words. After that initial set of 30, then 42 and later 11, he brought home 66 new cards several days ago! Total that means he has mastered 149 […]

Dec
14
2011

Angry Bird #bodohpunyabuku

We did not go anywhere after Ethan’s class today. It was raining on and off the entire day that I got so lazy to go out. We stayed home and did sand art instead. Sand art can be rather messy so I got him to take off his shirt and pants. He still has his underwear ON okay? :P My neck went stiff *not forgetting the sore butt* after sitting there with him the entire hour […]

Nov
18
2011

Building Blocks

Ethan loves playing with building blocks. LEGO is too expensive so I bought him FACO instead. He loves it nevertheless so.. :D He can really sit there for hours counting and building according to the picture given and try making up his own creation from time to time. Let’s see what he did with the building blocks shall we? Alligator building blocks Reindeer Sea Lion Camel.. on wheels? >_

Oct
17
2011

BaoBei Reading Wonderland : Update at 2.5 months

After the last update of Ethan reading 30 characters @ 1 month in BaoBei Reading Wonderland, here’s another update. Today, 2.5 months after attending BaoBei, Ethan brought home another 42 word cards. Add that to the previous 30 word cards, he can now read a total of 72 characters just 2.5 months after attending BaoBei. Needless to say, I’m impressed. Unlike the previous 30 characters where I am able to master all of them after […]

Oct
13
2011

UCMAS Hawaiian Night

We were invited to UCMAS Hawaiian Night dinner a couple of weeks ago. I was very determined to dress up as Hawaiian as possible initially but time was not on my side and I was unable to complete my ‘costume’ :( Wanted to wear the above to the dinner but I don’t want the rest of the diners to puke… so… Gave it to Ethan instead :D He looked kinda cute in that :) He […]

Sep
15
2011

How to memorize Mandarin characters

After exactly ONE month attending BaoBei (week long school holidays deducted) Ethan brought home 30 word cards today. One look at them and already I shook my head thinking how on Earth would he be able to read all those? BaoBei word cards But surprise, surprise! Ethan took out those word cards and read them to me effortlessly! Watch this video of him reading those cards! That is Ethan’s progress in exactly ONE month. Just […]

Sep
8
2011

Covered in poop

I was at my work place as usual today waiting for Darling to send Ethan over after his class in Bao Bei. Right on time Ethan appeared at the glass door. I greeted him with a kiss and a hug and asked him how his day was. He said it was okay and I continued by asking how many times he went to the loo during lessons today. I don’t know why but each time he […]

Aug
30
2011

48 months

Looking through my folders today and found this video taken using my iPhone. I had to rotate it otherwise you guys will be straining your neck viewing it but the quality has been compromised as a result of that :( This is one of my favourite videos of Ethan and I wonder why I did not post it up earlier. He is extremely cheerful here and I wanna hug him just by watching it.. <3 […]

Aug
28
2011

His secret garden

Ethan at play.. What is he building? His masterpiece… A SECRET GARDEN of flowers, snake and fence! (^_^) Aww…. :D

Aug
24
2011

Word World – Where Words Come Alive

The creator of Word World – Where Words Come Alive must be a genius! A REAL genius! Thank goodness for Word World! We were first introduced to Word World back in January 2010 when Darling redeemed a set of Word World VCD’s from his credit card points. Ethan loves it instantly that his collection of Word World VCD/DVDs has been growing tremendously throughout the years. His latest Word World episode is Mmm.. Mmm… Milk. Mmm… Mmm… […]

Aug
14
2011

Colours in Mandarin

A week after attending Bao Bei, Ethan is starting to speak in Mandarin. Ethan and colours in Mandarin While we were playing with colours last Tuesday, he happily blurted this out… Sweet! He now has the confidence to speak in Mandarin to ME but not to his teachers yet. Why? Because he knows his Mandarin is superior to me so he can show off!! Most of the time I don’t know what he says until […]

Aug
5
2011

Bao Bei Reading Wonderland : Updates

I’ve been busy hence no time to update Ethan’s progress in Bao Bei the past few days. I won’t be updating so frequent-lah, but I think the first week is very important so I took notes of whatever improvement I see in him. Read about Day 1’s update here. Day 2 Ethan still refuse to read nor speak to the teachers unless it is in English. He does not participate in group activities and still […]

Aug
4
2011

How to draw with Charcoal?

I sent Ethan to his Mandarin class today and went to work right after. For the very first time I have peace and quiet at my work place. I saw this sitting at the corner.. Charcoal sticks I have never sketched using charcoal before but since I have all the time in the world today, I decided to try and came out with this.. Charcoal Zebra Though I thought that the zebra is cute, but it did […]

Aug
1
2011

Bao Bei Reading Wonderland : Day 1

Today marks the first day Ethan attending Mandarin classes at Bao Bei. We went there 10 minutes early to have a look at the premise before enrolling Ethan. We did not get to see the classroom during our last visit there last week as they were in a midst of a class then. Hand sanitizer I saw ALL the kids getting their hands sanitized before entering the classroom. Thumbs up. Can you spot Ethan?  I […]

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