Category Archive:educational

Multicultural Fair at School ( Momimhar posted on April 27th, 2022 )

Handmade fan.

Last night, darling daughter’s school hosted a Multicultural Fair. The event was featuring countries like China, Ethiopia, Germany, Mexico, The Philippines, Ukraine, and others. For some reason, I overlooked the Sign-Up Genius email from the school that required volunteers for the event. So it was the last minute action on my side to volunteer to assist in The Philippines’ assigned hallway.

Checking in for the flight. 🙂

Quick fun facts about The Philippines were already posted in the hallway. Snacks and arts and crafts materials were ready on the table. But before the students (with their parents) can visit the countries in the hallways, the students–who are also the tourists, had to undergo the check in process using their “passports” to board the plane (gym area). It was cool because these little passports were prepared ahead of time by the assigned faculty. After a quick orientation on-board, the plane landed and the tourists went safely to their destinations.

On-board the plane. 😀

My job was to act as an immigration officer and stamp the “tourists” (students) passports. It was a lot of fun stamping and sharing some facts about The Philippines at the same time. I even met and chatted with parents who visited The Philippines. I had a great time with the conversations and sharing experiences. Also, I met two Filipino families. That was awesome.

Me as the immigration officer. 😀
Jeepney arts and crafts.

I wish I had the chance to go around the school to check on other countries’ showcase of food, culture, and fun facts. Maybe next year. 🙂

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Categories: educational, historical, kids, lifestyle, multicultural fair, special event

We Love The Bookstore! ( Momimhar posted on June 3rd, 2020 )

Book shopping at Barnes & Noble.

We went book shopping yesterday at Barnes & Noble. Darling daughter is almost finished reading the Wings of Fire series Book #11 so we went to look for Book #12. Gladly she found it in this aisle. The bookstore is in the process of rearranging the book shelves in the children’s section. No more tables and chairs at the story time area. I guess it is to avoid group gathering during shopping hours. Also, there’s no story time at the moment due to this pandemic.

We enjoy book shopping and we love the bookstore. Just looking around looking at books is a therapy.

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Categories: bookstores, educational, hobbies, kids, reading, shopping

Distance Learning: Living and Non-Living Things Interactions Science Assignment ( Momimhar posted on April 19th, 2020 )

A butterfly resting on dried grass.

Last week my darling daughter and I went out to the yard to do her Science assignment. It was about Living and Non-Living Things Interactions. So we did. It was quite chilly outside that day but we successfully accomplished the task.

Darling daughter also took a few pictures so she can send them over to her Science teacher thru Google Classroom. It was a lot of fun.

My mom smelling the flowers. – K
An Eastern Bluebird on a power line.
A mockingbird chirping on the roof of our house. – K
Ants outside the anthill.

Photos by: Kaylen

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