Friday, February 24, 2012

At the hearing aids clinic

cloth- wipe the ear wax away
battery tester- to cheek if it broken or needs new battery
container- to make the hearing aids dry
batters- just in case the hear aid batters is flat
ear mould puffer- to clean the dust away.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Prayer time

We came back from line up and we sat on the mat in a circle. We saw the prayer things and the candle was lit by
Miss G. We closed our eyes and put our hands together, while we said the sign of the cross “In the name of the father, son and the holy spirit. Amen”.

One of the leaders says a prayer that was on the cloth, then one of the leader said “can we say the Our Father please.”

We say the sign of the cross again, in the name of the father, son and the holy spirit Amen. Finally one of the leaders blows the candle out and we then pack up and to do our work.

Friday, February 17, 2012

Children of Nepal

What I do everyday
What the Nepali children do every day.
  • Learn how to write
  • We learn how to read
  • we learn reading
  • we go to school
  • We have Activity to play with it.
  • we pray to god every day
  • we have friends to play with
  • we have cars and vans
  • we learn maths
  • we learn to have
  • we read books every night and day.
  • we have singers
  • we have good houses.   
  • help their parents at home
  • do the dishes with the mom
  • play.
  • climbing up pole
  • parent make sure
  • they have a plenty  of time to play
  • they dress in bright colours
  • to help to wash the cloths
  • children help to ha vest the crops
  • many games
  • they can not go school
  • building materials
  • having a children festival.
  • they grow they own food
  • they smash rocks
  • they carry loads of things in the baskets.


Friday, February 10, 2012

Peculiar Person

I’m a most peculiar person,
As almost everyone knows.
I’ve a crown on the top of my head,
And nails grow out of my toes.

I have eyeballs that help me see,
And there’s even a mole on the tip of my nose,
Yes, there’s nobody quite like me.

I’ve got ‘mussels’ that grow in my arms and my legs,
And shoulder blades on my back.
I’ve a rib-cage to hold my heart in -
There’s really not much that I lack.

There’s a button that does up my tummy,
And my funny-bone keeps me amused.
When I look at myself in the mirror,
It’s no wonder I feel confused.

I’m a most unusual person,
And even my doctor agrees,
For that’s what he said when he came to examine
The caps that I have on my knees.

And I sometimes get pins and needles,
When it’s raining cats and dogs,
But what else could you really expect,
From a person whole throat’s full of frogs.