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帖子发表于: 03-07-13 星期三 8:56 pm    发表主题: 知心百宝袋 ——> 安息,Marrie。我永远爱的狗狗 :'( 引用并回复

2013年7月3日(星期三)阴天

今天下午妹妹信息过来,家中宝贝狗狗(Marrie)过世了。
顿时很难接受,心如刀割。
Marrie TA就像自己的亲妹妹一样,
虽然调皮了点;对外人酷了一点,
但是我们一家人都非常疼爱着TA,
爱护着TA.

Marrie很会听客家话,
而且是其它狗狗的领袖。
回想起,TA已经陪伴我们15年有余了。

Ta醋劲很强,
看到我们带其他狗狗去外面时,
Ta会吠个不停,
回来时,会不理我们。

Ta也是我们常担心的一个,
因为一旦Ta跑出去外,
一定要玩个两、三天才回来。
但是,Marrie Ta仍然是我们的开心果。

Marrie,安息吧。
阿B在日得拉,来不及回来送您一程。

我们会永远怀念着您。


Sad Crying or Very sad 阿B

Ella 薔薔 MV:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF1VOAlwUkI

Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad

作詞:Ella
作曲:Ella
編曲:王治平/Josh
演唱:Ella

還記得妳喜歡咬著我的手 然後給我妳嘴裡的球
要我陪妳玩丟丟

妳喜歡我摸摸妳的小耳朵 窩在我的身旁
沒有煩憂 在夢裡遨遊

好狗狗 好狗狗 謝謝妳陪媽咪這麼久
妳並沒有離開我 是搬到天堂生活

轉載來自 ※ Mojim.com 魔鏡歌詞網
*薔薔 妳要記得我 妳不要走丟
 快快找到天使 在天堂給我(們)保佑
 薔薔 不要忘了我 還有親愛的阿姨叔叔和妳的朋友
 妳永遠活在記憶中

Repeat all once

薔薔 謝謝妳

Repeat *

831完全娛樂 Ella薔薔日記
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAHjuitCPJg

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帖子发表于: 31-08-13 星期六 4:10 pm    发表主题: 知心百宝袋 ——> 分享 引用并回复

Sharing Creative Movement with Your Child
by Edwina Peterson Cross

https://nfb.org/images/nfb/publications/fr/fr16/issue4/f160412.htm

From the Editor: It's wonderful to be told, as parents of blind children, that our children are more like sighted children than not. And it's reassuring to hear that blind kids, given the opportunity and training, can participate in ordinary activities with little or no assistance and maybe a few adaptations here and there. But it's quite another thing to behave as if we really believe it. Especially when it comes to the most ordinary physical activities.

Parents are often stymied by the simplest things—teaching a child to tie shoes, bounce a ball, skip rope, climb a tree, use a knife to cut meat or spread peanut butter, walk quickly, climb steps gracefully, and so the list goes. It isn't hard for blind children to do these things—if given the opportunity to practice the basic body movements upon which these skills are based. And that practice should begin as soon as the child can move. It isn't work for the child—it's play, and it's fun. But these playful movements are building a foundation for very important physical and social skills which the child will need later in life.

Several articles in this issue, including this one, deal with various aspects of encouraging normal body movement. You will notice that the following article was written for the general public—not for blind children at all. But the information is basic to all children, and many of the suggested activities can be done with few if any adaptations for blind children. Here it is:

My mother says I began dancing before I was born. It certainly seems I have always known the joy of movement—movement that combines the physical body with the mind and spirit. It has often been my privilege to share that joy with children by teaching them creative dance.

Before birth, a child is constantly exposed to rhythm—the internal pattern created by its mother's heartbeat and its own. Very early in life, a baby will indicate a love of sound and movement in many ways. A two-year-old stops to listen to the stereo, and you can almost see her thinking, "The music is all very well, but it's not quite enough!" Her arms lift, something moves inside her, and she begins to dance.

My creative dance classes begin with three- and four-year-old children. At this age, children move instinctively, as they're still free of the inhibitions that can stifle movement in adults and older children. Dancing enhances their creativity and reinforces the idea that moving in their own way is right and good. Older children can experience the joy of movement and can go on to more and more advanced explorations, but sometimes they must shed inhibitions and shyness before they are able to let themselves move freely.

While a formal class in creative movement or creative dance can be a place for a child to experiment with different ways of moving, there are many activities a parent can do to nurture a child's instincts for creative movement.

Parents can help to develop that creative spirit by reinforcing a free, uninhibited style and movements that are unique and different. A child needs to understand that not all movement is competitive or goal-oriented. Like art, movement can be an expression of a child's inner self. Mom or Dad can even encourage while correcting in a time and place where movement isn't appropriate. "I see your beautiful butterfly wings. Right now you need to fold them up and be as quiet as a caterpillar. When we get home you can fly them all over the backyard, and I'll watch!"

Understanding the ten basic elements, or building blocks, of dance is helpful to parents, since all movement is based on these elements. The child uses them much as he uses different media for art (crayons, paint, clay). They are tools with which the body and mind work.

The building blocks are simple.

1. Size: Big movements, small movements, and everything in between.

2. Directions: Moving forward, backward, sideways, up and down.

3. Level: Movements close to the ground (low level), stretching, reaching, jumping (high level movements), and everything in between.

4. Shape: Body design in space.

5. Steps: Walk, run, hop, jump, leap, gallop, slide.

6. Body moves: Stretch, bend, twist, swing, sway, shake.

7. Body parts: head, shoulders, arms, hands, hips, back, feet, toes, etc.

8. Force: Sharp or smooth, tight or loose, strong or light.

9. Tempo: Fast or slow.

10. Pathway: The path in which the movement takes the dancer.

The atmosphere of movement should be one of exploration and experimentation—discovery by doing. As children learn the elements they begin to translate each one into movement, using the elements separately and in combination to produce interesting and creative movement. There is no right or wrong.

Readily available objects help children to "see" movement. A rubber band for "stretch," pipe cleaners for "bend," jar lids for "twist," a weight on a string for "swing," a top for "spin," a broom against the wall for "lean," trees blown by a high wind for "sway." There is no better way to understand "shake" than to watch a wet dog! After they have watched and digested, children can translate each new word into movements of their own.

As they begin to incorporate the elements, they can try combining them in different ways. A suggestion could be, "Can you make a very tiny shape and still swing something?" or "See if you can move forward at a low level." Questions work well, too—"What can your arms do while your feet are sliding?"—as do reinforcing statements like, "You're moving very, very slowly as you turn!" Verbal directions and reinforcements are better than an adult's physical demonstrations, because children learn early to imitate, and at this stage, imitation is the antithesis of creative movement. Children need to experiment and discover the wonderful things their own bodies can do. By developing these concepts, the children's vocabulary and verbal abilities develop along with their movement skills.

There are other ways to make movement ideas more concrete for children. Some items they can observe and translate into their own movements are: pinwheels, crepe paper streamers, balloons, lightweight brightly colored scarves, loops of tricot, yarn balls, Chinese jump ropes, bells strung on elastic to go on wrists and ankles, garbage bags filled with air and tied shut. A hot-air popper set in the center of a large sheet and allowed to pop the corn without the lid provides a memorable experience in movement (when watched from a safe distance!) Watching food color slowly dissolve in water, studying the cat, blowing bubbles—any movement that the child can analyze and transfer into her own movement vocabulary is valuable.

Language, music, literature, art, and poetry can be used as springboards to movement. A Rainbow of My Own by Don Freeman, Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak, The Bear Dance by Chris Riddel, Jamberry by Bruce Degan, Grandfather Twilight by Barbara Berger, and The Rainbow Giblins by Ulde Rico are picture books that can stimulate thought and feeling and help get movement ideas flowing. Children love to move to the poetry of Shel Silverstein, Christina Rossetti, and Myra Cohn Livingston, as well as Robert Louis Stevenson and William Shakespeare. Sing a Song of Popcorn, published by Scholastic, Inc. is a good collection of poems, many of which translate easily into movement.

Music is an invaluable companion of movement, and any kind of music works. Children respond well to a strong beat, but also love to move to all varieties of classical music, rock, and jazz. The flavor and the feeling of the music can be varied to provide different movement experiences. Children love to move to the beat of a drum or just the clapping of hands. Clapping out the syllables of their names or the name of foods: ap-ple, lem-on, ba-na-na, lime, is a good pre-reading exercise, too.

The more children move, the more they develop strength, flexibility, and awareness and control of their bodies. Movement as creative expression can be a pathway for building self-awareness, self-image, and self-direction—and it's fun!
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哇。 Very Happy

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Can you find " The Hidden Tiger " ? Very Happy
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2013年10月23日(星期一)

虽然中秋节落在上个星期四(19号),但我们班的小蒂打算在阿B的租家举办小型的中秋班会。大家都举手赞成。

很久没那么热闹聚在一起。
各家的我们都各自准备了一些食物,
顺便也给小蒂一个惊喜。

谢谢小蒂的母亲炒的米粉和面。很好吃。
谢谢小翊的甜点。
谢谢小君一家的各类三文治。

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享用了美味的食物,我们在屋子四周围点燃蜡烛。
然后一起提灯笼,玩游戏。
也趁此机会给小蒂惊喜。嘻嘻。

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为什么呢?
因为小蒂的生日快到了,
事先提早帮她庆生。
她被我们准备的“惊喜”感动得哭了起来。
小蒂,别哭了。
笑一个。Smile
提前祝福你:生日快乐,身体健康。

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接着,我们在孔明灯身上写下了大家的愿望。
叮叮叮!点灯时间到。Very Happy
这是我第一次点孔明灯。

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它飞上了天空,成了照亮着我们的星星Smile

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愿大家:事事顺利,身体健康。Smile
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