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Spring Break Adventure in Downtown Dallas ( Momimhar posted on April 4th, 2021 )

Museum of Illusions Dallas, Texas

This year’s Spring Break was awesome for these sweet bunches. Though we did not get to go to a few interesting places most of the time, we were able to travel and visit Downtown Dallas this time. As you can see in the photos, we really had a great time. 🙂

Below are the attractions we explored that day.

Museum of Illusions
At&t Discovery District

Museum of Illusionsclick here for ticket pricing and other details.

AT&T Discovery District

The Big Eye Ball

The Red Building

Family Thais Asian Bistro

Spirit of Communication

Strolling at At&t Discovery District in Downtown Dallas
The big Eye Ball
The Red Building
Umbrellas at Family Thais Asian Bistro in Downtown Dallas

Essentials For Every Field Day ( Momimhar posted on May 26th, 2018 )

Students had fun at the Field Day games

Water slide was K’s favorite at the Field Day.

The classic game of Tug-O-War. Field Day 2018.

Yesterday, Friday, was Field Day at K’s school. Everyone was very busy preparing the outdoor games, obstacle courses, bounce house, and water slide.  The children were very excited and couldn’t wait for the special day to come.

The night before, I prepared the important things K may need according to the school’s notice-sunscreen, towel, bottled water, change clothes, and snack/sack lunch.

Sunscreen

Because all the activities are outdoors and late Spring in Texas start to get really hot, it is very necessary to put on sunscreen. Even if it is a cloudy weather, putting on sunscreen is highly recommended to prevent getting sunburns especially on young children’s skin.  We’ve been using Banana Boat Sun Comfort Sunscreen Spray.  It has been our trusted protection against harmful UV rays for years whenever we go outdoors or to the beach.  It’s non-sticky feel after spraying gives it the advantage.

Towel and Change Clothes

Usually field day activities include water games.  Darling daughter said the water slide was her favorite among all the fun games yesterday. So she brought a towel and change clothes because, boy, the students were soaking wet yesterday from the water slide and sponge battle. They had a lot of fun.

Bottled Water

Of course, with constant movement in the heat, the kids needed hydration. And the most convenient item to bring was bottled water.  The only thing was, there’s no place to put those drinks in.  The crate was full of towels. So I had to look for a big plastic bag to put all those drinks in so I can carry them around.  Gladly one of the staff at the sign in area under the shade of the trees had an extra big plastic bag.

Sack Lunch and Snack 

I don’t remember if I ordered a sack lunch for K from the cafeteria weeks before the field day. So I packed her lunch anyway just in case I didn’t.  After the students’ completed all the outdoor activities, they went back to the classrooms and changed.  Then they proceed to the cafeteria for the dance party and yearbook signing. The students ate lunch in their respective classrooms after.

It was an awesome fun day. Good thing the First Graders were the first ones in the schedule to go outdoors before it got too hot at mid day. To end the day, they had Kona Ice to cool them off.  What a great day!

Trick or Trick Street and Fall Festival 2017 ( Momimhar posted on October 22nd, 2017 )

Trick or Treat Street – Lavon Park

Trick or Treat Street – kids and adults in costumes

 

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