I have this stuff toy called Sateen. My mummy bought It for me as a welcome to the world present. When I was growing up, her music was gone. She has sateen ears and has a bow which is around her neck. I had her since when I was born. She also has a pink nose. Sometimes I play with her after homeschool. My two sisters have stuff toys too. My oldest sister's one is called Taffi. My yougest sister's stuff toy is called Monkoe. Taffi is a bear, she has a bow on her ear and she is wearing a dress, My youngest sister's stuff toy is not wearing anything on its body. My Sateen is also not wearing anything too. My oldest sister and I have mamegomas too, I have two small ones and my sister has one big mamegoma. One of mine is called Nosis, she is brown in colour, my other one is called Mazy, she is just white in colour. My sister's is pink in colour. Hers is big and mine is small. My youngest sister has a turtle. It is called Toto. It has a family too. I have the least stuff toys than my sisters.
Thursday, 25 September 2008
My favourite subject is maths. I like maths because I like to count and do times table too. Maths is also something like drawing because you can draw workings and models too. Times tables is very easy because you just have to count in the number, for example, you are doing two times table you count in 2s then. My favourite topic of maths is times table.
And that's all about my maths.
Tuesday, 23 September 2008
I love to draw! I love drawing because you can draw anything you want. If you don't know how, you just practise at it. You can copy plants, animals and other stuff. Imagine if you were an artist you could have your own gallery. You can also write stories with pictures in them.
My favourite things to draw are restaurants, rabbit fairies and people. Mostly my favourite thing to draw is people. You can colour too. Colouring is the most important thing you must do to make your drawings pretty. But you must colour properly or your drawings will not be nice. Tracing paper can help you too. This tracing paper is for cheating.
And that's all about my drawings.
Monday, 22 September 2008
I love mamegomas! Mamegomas are cute little seals. My favourite one is called shimagoma.
This one likes to eat cheese. It is brown in colour and on its head there are three dark stripes. It has two big front teeth.
There are other types of mamegomas you can find too. Imagine if you kept all of them you would have a hard time with them because they would want everything they want. If you go to Japan you can go to all shops and stalls to find cute mamegoma things like pencils or towels.
Oh and did I mention that there are baby mamegomas TOO? The normal ones are big but the baby ones are small. Sometimes the babies wear small jumpers.
And that's all about mamegomas.
Someday I'll learn to do tricks on my skate scooter
And go over hills and mountains with it
Someday I'll have my own art gallery
To sell my drawings
Someday I'll ride on a two-wheel bicycle
And race with my friends
Someday I'll drive a car
A green coloured one
Someday I'll rollerblade
Faster than my sister
Someday I'll have a house of my own
With many windows and nice furniture
On a bumboat to Pulau Ubin
Last Saturday, we took a bumboat to Pulau Ubin. It took a bit long to get there. Our guide was Uncle Joe. Uncle Joe said that if we had a question, we could ask him.
At Pulau Ubin, it was peaceful. I saw an opera stage. It was big. Uncle Joe brought us to a funny-looking house standing above the sea on stilts. He wanted to let us see the toilet and he said that there was a hole in the toilet. You squat over the hole and you poo and the poo goes to the sea. I didn't get to see the toilet because the toilet door was locked.
We went to House No. 1. It was built by an Englishman 70 years ago. The house looks cozy if you live in it. But we couldn't go upstairs. Now this house is not for living. It is near the sea shore.
Later on, we climbed up a tall tower that felt like a hundred stories high. I was tired when I got to the top. From the top, we could see things far away.
After that, we took a walk and we saw lots of stuff like a mud lobster, fiddler crabs, mudskippers and a mermaid fan which is a type of seaweed. I was excited to see all these creatures. My favourite was the mud lobster because it likes the shade just like me.
Mudskipper on a tree
Later on, we visited a kampung house. At the kampung house, there were so many dogs that I was frightened. We saw firewood used for the stove. There was a parrot that could say "hello" and "goodbye".
Then we had a seafood lunch and after that, we decided to go home. We took a bumboat back and said goodbye to Uncle Joe. And that was the end of my adventure on Pulau Ubin.