Christmas Crackers at The Little Harvard International Preschool

httpv://youtu.be/xz4gEK-pf64 Dot asked me to record this song that she learnt at the Christmas Cracker holiday programme at The Little Harvard International Preschool. This speech and drama programme was held from 4 -7 December 2013, designed for children aged 3 to 5 years old. It was facilitated by Daniel Jenkins, one of the directors of… Continue reading Christmas Crackers at The Little Harvard International Preschool

Think out of the box

A humble cardboard that is used primarily to keep goods and produce has the potential to be anything you can think of. We have created several crafts and activities using cardboard. These are our latest additions, mostly initiated by my daughter, who will be turning four in three months time. Cardboard car 1 Nov 2013… Continue reading Think out of the box

A new grocery shopping experience at the Weekend Farm

Buying fresh produce is my favourite pastime as my family juices raw vegetables and fruits almost daily. When I go to supermarket, the usual places you can find me are the fresh vegetable and fruits section. And I shop online for organic fresh produce too. I was happy that my sister brought us to the… Continue reading A new grocery shopping experience at the Weekend Farm

What the children like about Cameron Highlands trip

28 September 2013 It was a fruitful and fun 4D3N trip at Cameron Highlands. Though it was not my first visit there, I had many new experiences travelling with the children. We had fun visiting the Market Square at Kea farm, Sungei Palas BOH tea plantation, the mossy forest, Butterfly Garden,agrofarm tour and the must-visit… Continue reading What the children like about Cameron Highlands trip

Part 2: Titans of the Past – Dinosaurs and Ice Age Mammals

The 3,000 square meter exhibition at Singapore Science Centre displays dinosaurs and ice age mammals in their natural states, their growth and behaviours using animatronic effects. This exhibition is from The Museum of the Rockies (MOR) featuring the work of Dr Jack Horner, one of the world’s leading palaeontologists. “Science without physical evidence is opinion,… Continue reading Part 2: Titans of the Past – Dinosaurs and Ice Age Mammals

Part 1: Titans of the Past – Dinosaurs and Ice Age Mammals

We were invited to Singapore Science Centre for the “Titans of the Past” pre-launch party. The Titans of the Past – Dinosaurs and Ice Age Mammals exhibition will be held from 25 October 2013 to 23 February 2014. Jay and I brought Dot, Joey and Jensen to this party and they had a great time.… Continue reading Part 1: Titans of the Past – Dinosaurs and Ice Age Mammals

Day 3: Splashing good time at Equatorial Hotel, Cameron Highlands

27 September 2013 The sky was very misty in morning when we looked out from the verandah while having our breakfast. I could hardly see anything beyond probably about 30 metres. Later, I learnt that we had heavy rain that morning. Thank God, we had nothing planned that morning. Our agro-farm tour was in the… Continue reading Day 3: Splashing good time at Equatorial Hotel, Cameron Highlands