Oh dear, Captain Duck is here! Excitable and uninvited, Captain Duck takes over his friends' boating expedition, leaving behind the Goat, the host of the the trip, as well as a much needed can of petrol.
Monday, October 31, 2016
Sunday, October 30, 2016
As the weather in Karachi gets cooler, thoughts and talk about the beautiful fall colours enjoyed by friends outside our country are shared. Today the Book Worms Book Clubbers enjoyed making their own fall coloured leaves to take home. Cut out on foam sheets, the children painted them orange, green, red, brown and yellow: the lovely colours of Autumn leaves.
Following the painting activity, the children settled down to listen to a story about a group of animals and they Park keeper friend Percy. A raging storm not only blows of the colourful leaves off the tree, but uproots an entire tree.. the very tree which was the park animals home. In this disastrous time of need they ask their friend Percy, what to do? With a little ingenuity on his side and a lot of hard work on theirs, the Park inhabitants build themselves a bigger better home, Alhumdulillah!
Children and mothers alike, giggled as they followed the story of big sister Rosie bunny guiding her little brother Max on how nest to clean up his bedroom. "A place for everything and everything in its place," goes the saying, and as Rosie organizes and tidies up, Max finds one single place to save all his valuables from her; his pocket!
Following the giggle-worthy story, the children were taught to make a paper box to keep their small valuables. Mash'Allah, they found it quick and easy and some of them went home made them for their their parents too.
Labels: origami craft