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Sunday, July 21, 2013

Bookshops and bags.

There are a couple of things I want to share with you all today. 
1) I joined a group on Facebook not too long ago, that goes by the name Book Lovers Network. Just recently, I found out about two bookshops which I never knew before. 
For those who are always in the hunt of Malay publications, do check out this place, Kompleks Dawama at Ampang. You can go to their website or Like them at their FB page, https://www.facebook.com/Dawama.Sdn.Bhd;
and if you are a great scavenger of second hand or preloved books, and on your way to Port Dickson, you might want to stop by at Book Catchers in Seremban, inside Mydin Shopping Mall, next to Station One Cafe. Although they have a facebook page and you are welcomed to like them, it's unlikely that there will be any updates soon on the page. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Book-Catchers/183605193211
 2) The other news that I would love to share is about a recent work that my artist friend, See Ling facilitated with her special students. Those who simply love carrying multipurpose bags of original hand paintings and interested to show support of the work of young special artists, show your warmth and kindness by contacting her at the websites below:

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Alphabet and Pix.

I'm looking for a non-contemporary way to display letters and corresponding pictures so that children can cut, paste and write the letters and pictures in their scrapbooks.
And look what I've found at a wedding blog - a very attractive model to be placed in my classroom.

Materials: wire, pegs, plastic zipped bags and pictures which can be replenished by teachers and children.

* The image here is an example taken from another site for reference purpose.