Sunday, May 29, 2011

Crystal

Crystals are built out of atoms. The fundamental building blocks for atoms are protons, neutrons and electrons.

Crystals are fragile and so they require gentle handling. Treated with care, they will bring you pleasure for years.

Friday, May 27, 2011

Taekwondo club during kokurikulum

Taekwondo is a martial art in which the foot and the fist are used. In other words, Taekwondo refers to the method of using the foot and the fist effectively in the form of kicking and punching.

Do you want to know some of the riddles? Come and look here!

Parts of human body

1. I used to perceived things, by opening and closing my lids. = eyes

2. I have a tool of a musician, but I do not compose music! = ears

3. I appear as a pair and I am used to catch a ball, while playing criket! = hands

See you next time. Bye.....

Do you want animation,

Test your IQ and win a spongebob electric toothbrush

This question is open to SKPJ pupils only!

1. An adult human normally has.................. permanent teeth (excluding the wisdom teeth).


a) 20 b) 28 c) 32


2. What is the most common important ingredient in a toothpaste that is used to combat tooth decay?


a) Fluoride b) Salt c) Mint



3. "It is recommended NOT to brush teeth immediately after meal"


a) true b) false



4. Regular dental visit for dental check - ups should be carried out every ....................... months.


a) 2 b) 4 c) 6



5. Which of the following can cause tooth decay?


a) Chocolate b) Spinach c) Water




5 participants with the correct answers will be awarded a prize during school assembly. Be one of the follower in order to join this competition. Give your answers to: ainin_sofea25@yahoo.com or aininsofea25@gmail.com


(Reminder: Type in your full name and your class)


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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Animal's sounds

Bees buzz.
Cats go miaow. They purr when they're happy.
Cockerels go cock-a-doodle-doo.
Cows go moo.
Dogs bark or go woof woof. They growl when they're angry.
Ducks quack.
Flies buzz.
Frogs croak or go ribbit.
Geese honk.
Goats bleat.
Hens cluck.
Horses neigh.
Mice squeak.
Sheep bleat or go baa.
Snakes hiss.
Toads croak.


Games for boys

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Crazy Flasher 3
Click here to play this game



Games for girls

Colorful Juices


Moral Stories - The Lion & The Mouse


The moral of this story is, its not the size that matters, it's the skills that count.






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Sewing Lessons: Beginner Project- Eye Pillow (Part I)


Buttons and patches and the cold wind blowing. The days pass quickly when I am sewing. Author unknown.




Love me - Justin Bieber (With Lyrics & Vocals)


Justin bieber began posting his performance footage online "I put my singing videos in the YouTube and it turned out that other people liked them and starts subscribing to them. That's how my manager found me.

digital clock

Clocks for website

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Holiday recipes

Candy Corn Cookies

Ingredients:


1 cup of sugar
1 cup of margarine, softened
2 1/4 cup of flour
1 egg
1 tsp vanilla
orange and yellow food coloring

Directions:

1. Cream sugar and margarine, add egg and vanilla blend. Add flour.

2. Roll into three balls. Add orange coloring to one of the balls.
yellow to the other. The remaining ball has no color. Chill dough.

3. Then roll balls flat together so that the white ball is the bottom, the orange ball is in the middle and the yellow ball is the top.

4. With a knife cut the dough into 3 inch triangles. (If dough is still too sticky, add a little more flour)

5. Bake it for 15 minutes

6. The candy corn cookies is done

If you want to know more recipes, open http://www.childrensrecipes.com/childrens_recipes_index.htm

Happy holidays

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Animals - Pet Shop - Kids Animation Learn Series


animated cat

Joke Riddles

Q: Why do frogs croak?
A: Because they cannot sing!

Q: It would have uttered the dialogue,"Who moved my cheese?" Who is it?
A: Mouse

Q: What happens, when an elephant falls into a swimming pool from the top most storey of 'Twin Tower' in Malaysia?
A: The water will be thrashed out of the pool!

marge simpson animation

Today's English Calendar


Taylor Swift Speak now MP3 player Wait a minute








Taylor Alison Swift was born on


December 13,1989 in Reading,


Pennsylvania.









guitar animation

Friday, May 20, 2011

Story Telling Competition


Benefits of using story telling in the classroom : Encourage active participation, increase verbal profiency, use of imagination and creativity, enchance listening skills and many more.


Choral Speaking


Choral Speaking, it provides for co-operation and directs all students toward a common goal. It provides a speech improvement in pitch, volume, rate, diction, enunciation, and clear interpretation of selections.



Puppet show


Puppets allows pupils to use their hands, brains and tongue to produce active and imaginative thinking.





Yankee Doodle
Yankee Doodle came to town,
A-ridin' on a pony;
He stuck a feather in his hat
And called it macaroni.

Nursery rhymes

A Child Should Always Say What's True

A child should always say what's true,
And speak when he is spoken to;
And behave mannerly at table,
At least as far as he is able.

The Ants Go Marching

The ants go marching one by one.
Hoorah! Hoorah!
The ants go marching one by one.
Hoorah! Hoorah!
The ants go marching one by one;
The little one stops to suck his thumb,
And they all go marching down into the ground
To get out of the rain.
Boom, boom, boom, boom!
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OFFICIAL OPENING CEREMONY BY RAJA DR NAZRIN SHAH IBNI SULTAN AZLAN MUHIBBUDIN SHAH





ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT'S EXHIBITION


PUPPET SHOW

Sunflower

Bunny

SPELL- IT-RIGHT COMPETITION 2009





To improve and develop their spelling children need to:
  • develop an interest in words
  • feel safe about trying new words
    • not just words they're sure about
  • learn about
    • the way words are built up using syllables
    • basic spelling patterns of English
    • memorizing strategies
    • the meanings of words
    • prefixes and suffixes
  • write for their own enjoyment
    • without the fear that they will be criticized
  • read for pleasure
Rudolph funny deer

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS' FASHION SHOW




I am not a teacher but an awakener- Robert Frost

taylor swift love story with lyrics

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Look at these animal animations

Playful Dolphin
Beautiful Butterfly

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running bear
dinosaur animated gif
Scary Dinasour

Do You Like Waffles? ♫

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Tips on Learning English

Vocabulary
Study English every Day
Learn English through Reading
Learn English through Movies
Learn English through Songs
Learning Strategies
Targets
Motivation is half the work
Don’t overdo it!
Treat yourself to something good
Study English with friends
English Grammar
English Gap-filling exercises
English Grammar in texts

garfield animation

How to write Essays & Presentations

Essays & Presentations

General Information on Writing English Texts
General Information on Spoken Texts
Summaries
Comments
Reviews (Films and Books)
Presentation

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Punctuation

Comma Rules
Punctuation Marks that End Sentences
Full Stop (Period)
Semi-Colon
Dash
Brackets

Grammar

English Tenses – Overview
Table of English Tenses
Diagram of all Tenses
Example Sentences for all Tenses
English Tenses Active
Pool of Exercises
Irregular Verbs
Simple Present (Present Simple)
Present Progressive / Continuous
Simple Past (Past Simple)
Past Progressive / Continuous
Present Perfect Simple
Present Perfect Progressive / Continuous
Past Perfect Simple
Past Perfect Progressive / Continuous
Future I Simple (will)
Future I Simple (going to)
Future I Progressive / Continuous
Future II Simple
Future II Progressive / Continuous
Conditional and Subjunctive
Conditional I Simple
Conditional I Progressive / Continuous
Conditional II Simple
Conditional II Progressive / Continuous
Subjunctive
All other Grammar Topics
Adjectives, Adverbs (Formation, Comparison)
Auxiliary Verbs
Modal Verbs
If-Clauses (Conditional Clauses/Sentences)
Infinitive, Gerund
Nouns (incl. Articles, Plural and Possessive Forms)
Passive Voice
Participles
Phrasal Verbs
Prepositions
Pronouns
Question Tags
Relative Clauses
Reported Speech
Short Answers
Word Order (Sentence Structure)
Confusing Tenses
Simple Present – Present Progressive
Simple Present – Present Perfect Progressive
Present Perfect Simple – Present Perfect Progressive
Simple Past – Past Progressive
Simple Past – Present Perfect Simple
Simple Past – Past Perfect Simple
Future Mix (going to, will, Simple Present, Present Progressive)

English Test

Try to do some of these test:-

Present Progressive: Level 1Level 2Level 3
Simple Present:
Level 1Level 2Level 3
Simple Past:
Level 1Level 2Level 3
Present Perfect:
Level 1Level 2Level 3
Past Progressive:
Level 1Level 2Level 3
Present Perfect Progressive:
Level 2Level 3
Past Perfect:
Level 2Level 3
Future I Simple will:
Level 1Level 2Level 3
Future I Simple going to:
Level 1Level 2Level 3
English-Test: Tenses Mix
Simple Present, Present Progressive, Present Perfect, Simple Past, All Present, Past and Future Tenses, Tenses Active and Passive, Simple Past, Past Progressive, Past Perfect, Simple Present, Present Perfect, Simple Past, Past Perfect
Other English Tests
Mixed English Test 1:
Level 2, Level 3, Level 4
Relative-Clauses:
Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4
Infinitive / Gerund:
Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4
If Clauses:
Level 1Level 2Level 3Level 4