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Thursday, March 12, 2009



Her latest book



My girl loves to write and draw. Her favourite toy is her drawing board. She also keeps a notebook with her storybook collection where she will write story after story. She comes up with a title, draws a box around it, decorates it a bit, then writes her story. When she is done, she moves on to the next page with the next title and story just like in a real storybook collection.

The above is my little author's latest story. Thats the title and the cover which she designed herself. She hasn't written the story yet. I can't wait to read it.

Most of her stories feature herself. One funny one went like this...... (I've left it as it is unedited together with the spelling errors etc.)

Mary's Flowery Garden

Once upon a time, Mary had a flowery garden, because she was good. So, Mary even was sent to kidspots, and oslo to McDonlness, KFC, and A and W and even dominos. So she was very happy, skippng away, taking to herself, looking at herself and oslo, playing toy slides and the A and W slides too! The end.

Here's another cute one....

The Rocket that flew so high

Once upon a time, there was a rocket that flew so high. She flew so high that she was so near a moon and many stars. She was a Girl. She is a Pink Rocket. Pink for girls to go in. She was so happy that she flew so high in the sky. and i forgot to tell you one more thing it's when she was happy, she oslo flew as fast as she can! She flew everywhere she liked and affter that, it was time to go home! The end.

To encourage her creativity and her love for writing, I've bought her a pc game called the Storybook Weaver Deluxe. Its going to be our school holiday project. She was so excited just hearing the title of the cdrom game. Will update more about it once we learn how to use it.

10 comments:

  1. Nice drawing.

    Do share with us the game after you have tried it. :D

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  2. Wow..she's a little author! And she write quite well! :)

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  3. She IS good! No problem in writing essays next time.

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  4. She is good. It's a good way to encourage her. To some ppl they might say, what story is that but to mother like us - it's amazing! Do share with us about the game later when u had tried.

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  5. ur girl is talented! :)

    future author to be :)

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  6. Elaine,
    I will share once we use it.

    blurblur,
    She loves to write.

    Jo-N,
    They say Chinese school students don't know how to write Essays. They learn their essays by heart. I have to work hard to make sure her English standard does not drop. That applies to Malay too.

    erina,
    You are so right. It may sound like "What kind of a story is that!" Hahaha. But to us, it is wonderful and something to be encouraged.

    Kristie,
    Only if she keeps at it. ;)

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  7. aah...she seems just like you, love writing!

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  8. her grammar is considered very good at this young age! Children are just very imaginative! I like her stories!

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  9. I oslo want to know the storybook weaver review. You tell me oslo, ok?

    SO CUTE LAH! The stories.

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  10. henny,
    Haha. Yes, I suppose thats right. :)

    Leeyen,
    Its nice to see what they write and draw. It gives us an idea of what goes on inside their little heads. :)

    Lilian,
    After I write about it adi, I come and give you a holler!

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