Jumat, 29 Juni 2012

Mrs Larissa Puppets Pattern (Free)


Membuat boneka tangan sederhana sangat mudah, dan bisa anda lakukan dengan ananda ketika waku libur mereka. Di bawah ini pola dasar boneka tangan yang simpel dengan sedikit tempelan di sana sini bisa berubah menjadi banyak tokoh yang seru untuk bercerita.  Selamat mencoba beberapa ide dibawah ini. pola ini dibagikan gratis Mrs Larissa Z di blognya dan cara membuatnya ada di Just Another Day in Paradise







Membuat boneka RAG DOLL

Ingin tahu cara membuat boneka rag doll sederhana ini....klik langsung disini selamat mencoba

Tutorial membuat boneka beruang dari kaus kaki

Teman-teman liburan buat kegiatan seru bersama anak-anak? Tutorial ini bukan asli buatan tsabita boneka tapi sudah disebarkan melalui jejaring sosial seperti Pinterest.Com dan Duitang.com. Jadi Kami juga ingin membagikan ke teman-teman semua...silahkan dicoba :)


Jumat, 08 Juni 2012

The Tortoise and the Hare


By: AESOP

One day a hare was bragging about how fast he could run. He bragged and bragged and even laughed at the tortoise, who was so slow. The tortoise stretched out his long neck and challenged the hare to a race, which, of course, made the hare laugh.

     "My, my, what a joke!" thought the hare.
     "A race, indeed, a race. Oh! what fun! My, my! a race, of course, Mr. Tortoise, we shall race!" said the hare.

     The forest animals met and mapped out the course. The race begun, and the hare, being such a swift runner, soon left the tortoise far behind. About halfway through the course, it occurred to the hare that he had plenty of time to beat the slow trodden tortoise.

     "Oh, my!" thought the hare, "I have plenty of time to play in the meadow here."
     And so he did.

     After the hare finished playing, he decided that he had time to take a little nap.
     "I have plenty of time to beat that tortoise," he thought. And he cuddle up against a tree and dozed.

     The tortoise, in the meantime, continued to plod on, albeit, it ever so slowly. He never stopped, but took one good step after another.



     The hare finally woke from his nap. "Time to get going," he thought. And off he went faster than he had ever run before! He dashed as quickly as anyone ever could up to the finish line, where he met the tortoise, who was patiently awaiting his arrival.

Sabtu, 02 Juni 2012

The Frog and the ox (english version)


Pengarang:Aesop 

afternoon a grand and wonderful ox was on his daily stroll, when he was noticed by a small haggardly frog. The frog was too impressed with the great ox, impressed to the point of envy.
     "Look at this magnificent ox!" he called to all his friends, "He's such a grand size for an animal, but he's no greater than I am if I tried."
     The frog started puffing and swelled from his normal size.
     "Am I as large as the wonderful ox?" he asked his friends.
     "No, no, not near as grand as the ox," they replied.
     So, the frog puffed himself up more and more, trying to reach the state of the ox.
     "Now? now?" asked the frog.
     "No, no. But please, don't try anymore," pleaded his friends.
     But the frog continue to puff and swell, larger and larger until he finally burst. 





Aesop was a slave in ancient Greece. He was a keen observer of both animals and people. Most of the characters in his stories are animals, some of which take on human characteristic and are personified in ways of speech and emotions. However, the majority of his character retain their animalistic qualities; tortoise are slow, hares are quick, tigers eat bird, etc. Aesop uses these qualities and natural tendencies of animals to focus on human traits and wisdom. Each fable has an accompanying moral to be learned from the tale.


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