Sunday, 18 October 2009

Incy Wincy Spider

This is my spider made of play dough. I made it by myself. Is it wonderful? Now let me tell about my spider.  OK, This will tell you how did I make. I took different colours of play dough. I took blue colour and made it a circle for the body. I took purple colour and I made this shape in cylinder for the legs.  Then I took green colour and I made it two circles and one cylinder for the eyes and for the net. Then I again took blue colour, I rolled it in cylinder shape for the antennas. That’s how I made it.

This is my rhyme of Incy Wincy Spider. Let me sing it. Click on the arrow to listen it.

You cannot see me because of privacy reasons. You should not put your photos on your blog because then everybody can know who is this.


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Diya (Earthen Lamp) Painting

These are my Diyas (earthen lamps). I painted them all by myself. I made lot of different things. Also the next one. I decorated them with paint. I love painting and that’s what I like. I painted them for Diwali (the Indian festival of lights) because we need lights at Diwali. Now this means, let me show you the next one.

Oh, this is because I like painting. So I will tell you about the earthen lamps. These earthen lamps are made for the Indian festival of lights called Diwali or Deepawali. Deep means Diya (earthen lamp) and Wali means chain. So Deepawali means the chain of lighted earthen lamps.

So enjoy this beautiful painting on Diyas.

For parents: If we involve kids in different activities like preparation for festivals then they will get more enthusiastic about these as also will appreciate the effort going into the preparation. This will increase their enjoyment.

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Tuesday, 6 October 2009

Tower Tale – Step – 2

This is my tower tale. This tower tale is a good tower tale. Do you want to hear it? I think so, you do.. Let me tell you. One tower, I am telling about. How to make the tower. You need some blocks. You to build them properly like I did. Behind the towers is my Tent. The tent look nice, do you like it. I see it beautiful. Do you see it beautiful too. These towers need two types of blocks because we have to make two types of tower. In these two towers, do you see any difference. I don’t see any difference.

Step 2’s tale’s name is “Tallest Tower”.

One time there was one tower. The tower was realllyyy beautifulllll tower. Everyone liked it so much because it was decorated. Everyone likes decoration. They thought of making a tower. When the tower finished, it came beautiful. They put it both of the tower together and gift wrapped it. They gave it to their friends at their friend’s birthday. He like the present and he told them he loved it. Story finished.

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Eye Ear Boat (eeBoat)

 This is my Eye Ear Boat (eeBoat). I love my eeBoat as it is so beautiful. I never love to take something which can move on the paper like pencil and eraser. I never like taking a paper and just scribbling on it and putting it for my blog because scribbling looks so bad. If any one sees that scribbling, they will not like it and they will send it all back. That’s why I never want to scribble on my blog.

This eeBoat is the wonderful boat all in the sea. It is the best sailing boat having eye and ear. Eye is blue and Ear is ora Now it can see and hear as see-soo with its eye and ear. Now because it can see and hear, it can move without bumping anywhere and that’s why it did not have any scratch. That’s why it is most beautiful boat in that sea.

For Parents: See how kids can imagine different things and mix & match them. This kid thinks that a boat get hit because it is not having eyes and ears like her so she made her boat with eye and ear. This is what is called innovation and out-of-box thinking

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