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Saturday, December 29, 2012
Saturday, November 10, 2012
3:04 AM MFN 2 comments
The final day with 3 Bestari was exciting. The students were able to build a wonderful city with amazing buildings. It was a nice experience!
And this finally ended our lesson for this year. Thank you so much for the wonderful experience. Happy holidays!
2:58 AM MFN No comments
3 Impian created their version of a city. They have many signboards located in front of the buildings. A tower was also built by Aina Diyanah.
|Najib, Afif and Haiqal working on the signboards|
|Nicholas and Amirul with more signboards|
|3 Impian City in progress|
Thursday, November 8, 2012
4:59 AM MFN No comments
There are many versions of James's story.
One day, James was walking down the street. And then, there was a dog. It wanted to chase him. And then, there was a dog catcher. So, the dog catcher caught the dog. And he brought the dog back home. He kept it as a pet. The pet is a doggish cat. It is male. It is brown in colour. Its name is Fluffy. It has a fur. It has sharp claws. Its whiskers are so long. It is so cute. Its tail has many furs.
One day, James was walking down the street. James went to KLCC. Then, he saw a grandmother was crying. He likes walking down the street. James fell down and he cried. He helped his grandmother. He took a vase. He plantes a flower. He planted a lily flower. The plant grew very quick. The plant's name was Roses. Roses was very hungry.Then, James gave Roses food. Roses was very happy. Roses smelled very nice. Roses was red in colour.
One day, James was walking down the street. Suddenly, he was knocked by a car. He was injured. An old man saw the people injured and sent him to hospital. The people that was injured woke up from the dead. His family visited him in hospital. His mother was very worried about him. He was in very critical mode. He was very tired. He won't give up. He walked and walked. But, he fell down. He was crying. Then, he called the ambulance.
One day, James was walking down the street. James saw something strange near the street. It was small and yellow in colour. He was a kindergarten boy. He didn't know what a bird looked like. So, he asked his mummy. "Mummy, what is this?"
His mummy said, "It was a bird"
"Now I know this is a bird," said James.
"What type of bird is it?" asked James.
"It is a Kiwi bird," said his mummy.
"Okay, now I know," said James.
"Let's go to the supermarket," said mummy.
He went to the supermarket.
He bought a chocolate cake.
Then, he and his mummy walked back to their home.
"Today you learned many things," said mummy.
Good night mummy.
Good night James.
Which story do you think is true? Which story do you like most?
Monday, November 5, 2012
5:36 AM MFN No comments
Today, 3 Dinamik created a city of their own. A few signboards were set up. Everyone worked together to make sure that the buildings were completed.
|Syafiqah and Tasha preparing signboards|
|Haziq and Haiqal planning their park|
|Hannah and Husna working on their buildings.|
|Batrisyia helped me out out to make stands for the signboards.|
|Creative team -Fazwan, Nazmi and Adila.|
|Fahimah helped out|
|Signboards ready to be cut.|
|Hannah building is finished!|
|Nasuha helped to place the signboards|
|A signboard on the fire station?|
Looking forward to see 3 Bestari's city tomorrow.
Friday, October 26, 2012
3:53 PM MFN 3 comments
You can read the whole story here.
Did you enjoy the performance? What do you think will happen to the mousedeer?
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Monday, September 24, 2012
6:39 PM MFN No comments
Earlier this year, students of 3 Bestari were invited to contribute to a famous local folk tale in Malaysia. They had to create a dictionary based on the folktale "The mousedeer and crocodile". Out of all the work submitted, the best 26 were selected. You can now view them on this site. This is actually the first Malaysian folktale submitted to the site, and it was done by SK Taman Bukit Indah students. Good job!
I would like to personally thank Janet Barnstable for giving us the opportunity to work on this project.