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06-30-2007, 09:35 PM
We (Me and my husband) were discussing last night on how fast Deye catches up the things that she sees/hears. She seems to be a fast learner. My husband said that I should read her a story before going to bed.
I decided to search online this morning. I'm sure there are free templates around the net. And look what I've found! DLTK's Educational Activities (http://www.dltk-teach.com/). Everything is DIY arts and crafts, the best part is...... it's absolutely free and printable with instructions. Not only that, I also found Mrs. Jones (http://www.mrsjonesroom.com/teachers/minibooks.html) helpful links.
I've printed 4 mini books already hehehe!
So, I'm sharing these freebies to all the mommies out there! Enjoy!
At the same time, you can also share anything "on learning", on how you teach your kids with the basics like ABC, 123.... etc...
07-12-2007, 09:58 AM
...My wife and I fed our three children with lots of nursery rhyms and music while being conceived...based on experience, I think it works...it seem like they are all growing up "smart"...at the age of 3 pa lang, "matatas" na silang magsalita.
07-12-2007, 02:19 PM
Si Deye po sagana sa panonood ng Barney. Kasi di ba educational naman yun. Ayun, mula nun bilis nyang makapick-up lalo, lalo na sa English. Di na sya nagtatagalog hehe!
...Do teach them to pray...i.e. bedtime, mealtime...anytime.Marunong na po si Deye kaso yung in the name of the Father nya hanggang sa matapos, palit-palit lang sa noo at sa dibdib pag nadinig na nya ang amen, saka nya sasara mga kamay nya hehe! We do that tuwing bedtime, ako yung nagsasalita. Tapos pagkatapos nun bigla sya magka-clap. :)
07-12-2007, 03:30 PM
@mitch:since i cannot add rep points to you, thanks for the link about DLT, nauubos na kasi yung mga bed time stories ko for the kids... it's very helpful, i printed a lot.....
i read stories for my kids, even when they were still at my tummy.... juz like what kuya junef attested, its very helpful, they catch things easily at mas madali yung comprehension, in any way...... Prayers, i had this prayer taught for my kid kahit nauutal pa sya nuon, now, kabisado na nya, jus a simple "All for thee, sweet Jesus, All for thee". Kahit kandugaga kami ni hubby, we take time to bring them to church, kahit ang gugulo nila...... buti na yung habang maaga, kilala na nila si Jesus...
07-12-2007, 03:39 PM
No prob sis....
07-13-2007, 05:26 AM
Si Deye po sagana sa panonood ng Barney. Kasi di ba educational naman yun. Ayun, mula nun bilis nyang makapick-up lalo, lalo na sa English. Di na sya nagtatagalog hehe!...at maganda pang "babysitter" ang telebisyon!...hahaha!
...Marunong na po si Deye kaso yung in the name of the Father nya hanggang sa matapos, palit-palit lang sa noo at sa dibdib pag nadinig na nya ang amen, saka nya sasara mga kamay nya hehe! We do that tuwing bedtime, ako yung nagsasalita. Tapos pagkatapos nun bigla sya magka-clap. :)...hahaha! 'kakatuwa nga 'yan!
...i read stories for my kids, even when they were still at my tummy.... juz like what kuya junef attested, its very helpful, they catch things easily at mas madali yung comprehension, in any way...... Prayers, i had this prayer taught for my kid kahit nauutal pa sya nuon, now, kabisado na nya, jus a simple "All for thee, sweet Jesus, All for thee". Kahit kandugaga kami ni hubby, we take time to bring them to church, kahit ang gugulo nila...... buti na yung habang maaga, kilala na nila si Jesus...Mahirap talagang kasama ang mga bata, sa simbahan...kapag magulo, makulit, o imiiyak ang anak mo 'e, pagtitinginin ka ng mga tao...Mabuti kung ang lahat ng mga simbahan ay merong "Sunday schools" for children kung saan merong children Bible study at kung anu-anong mga activities that kids will really enjoy and "knowing" the Lord at the same time...hiwalay ang mga bata sa mga matatanda, kaya walang "distraction" sa pagsamba sa loob ng simbahan.
07-13-2007, 08:30 AM
......Mabuti kung ang lahat ng mga simbahan ay merong "Sunday schools" for children kung saan merong children Bible study at kung anu-anong mga activities that kids will really enjoy and "knowing" the Lord at the same time...hiwalay ang mga bata sa mga matatanda, kaya walang "distraction" sa pagsamba sa loob ng simbahan.yap sana nga kuya........ kaso sa mga catholic church la pa akong nakikitang may sunday school for the kids, ang ginangawa namin, dun na lang kami sa kahuli-hulihang upuan maupo para di masyadong nakakakuha ng attention..........
07-13-2007, 11:39 PM
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07-15-2007, 08:39 PM
...at maganda pang "babysitter" ang telebisyon!...hahaha!Ay sinabi mo, basta Barney o Happy Feet ang nakaplay sa DVD, nakakagawa ako sa bahay kahit paano. :p
07-15-2007, 08:42 PM
Re : Church visits, Pag nagsisimba kami nangangalabit ng katabi sa pew si Deye. Pero di naman sya nag-iingay.
Tapos ewan kung san nya ito natutunan, everytime makita nya si Papa Jesus or Mama Mary, magpa-flying kiss sya, anywhere, anytime.
Kaya lang minsan tulad nung imahe ng Mnet Movies na nakadipa, akala nya Papa Jesus din, once nagflash na yun sa TV, flying kiss din sya hahaha!
07-15-2007, 08:43 PM
@ Joysofparenting : Thanks sa info. I wish I could attend.
07-19-2007, 06:58 PM
Kilala na ni Deye ang mga kamag-anak nya at ang pinaka-importante ang ninang nya hahaha! :p
Panoodin niyo dito (http://everythingaboutdeye.blogspot.com/2007/07/getting-to-know-you.html).
07-24-2007, 09:33 PM
Let them explore and scribble (http://www.kuro.ph/forums/showpost.php?p=527070&postcount=1842).....
07-27-2007, 10:20 PM
I love Deye's little blog sight, very cute!
07-27-2007, 11:39 PM
Even how busy and tired we are its really important that we spend time with our kids ...read bedtime stories or his favorite book, sing along with them etc.. thats what i do with luis ... so far kabisado na nya parts of the body, different animals and their sounds, kilala na nya kung sino kme (momi/dadi/lola/ate/kuya) sobrang nakakatuwa! everytime napapadaan ako sa bookstore i make it a point to buy a book, my plan for next month gagawa ako ng mini school nya sa isang corner ng house ..may table and chairs, tapos andun lahat ng books and toys nya ... :cool:
07-29-2007, 02:13 PM
That's a good idea, Mom Reigna!
Si Deye naman lucky dahil nakamana ng mga picture books sa anak ng friend ko dito, 9 years old na kasi sya ngayon kaya di na nya kelangan.
Tinabi ko yung books sa lugar na pwedeng kunin ni Deye anytime. Every night din binabasa ko sa kanya.
Narerecognize na nya ang:
nana - banana
maw - cat
fish - fish
Nakakatuwa kasi day by day may new words syang nasasabi. Lagi ko kasi syang dinadaldal, at never ko syang kinausap ng pa-baby talk.
07-29-2007, 09:12 PM
Never force learning. A child's attention span is said to be as long as his/her age. (2 yrs=2 minutes)So while you may introduce new things, don't be discouraged if they lose interest quickly. Just keep switching activities often so as not to bore them with the same routine.
Some things may hold their attention longer, but keep in mind their span of concentration is quite small and the more activities you have to choose from the better!
07-30-2007, 12:21 PM
Ms.Bevy- thanks for the info! very much appreciated!
Balae- nakakatuwa talaga pag may mga bagong words natutunan anak natin he..he..he.. buti kapa madame books na libre... minsan sa booksale ako namimile ... mas mura (brand new/2nd hand).
07-30-2007, 02:43 PM
@ Ate Bev : Someone told me almost the same thing, that they should be reprimanded/punished according to their age. So if Deye is 1 1/2, it should only lasts for 1 min and 30 seconds hehehe!
@ Balae : Oo nga eh. Kakatuwa talaga! Naku buti na lang nga may nagpamana ng books kaya di na ako bibili hehehe!
07-30-2007, 08:54 PM
si andrea ko nakakapag adododo ahahaha pag naririnig yung kanta ni willie.
tapos mimi na rin tawag nya sa akin pag may kailangan sya. ^^
07-30-2007, 10:13 PM
@ Mitch...that's true, discipline works the same way....after a very short time they will have forgotten why they're there. So time outs work by age too, as a rule.
Want your kids to do their chores, clean up after themselves??...this is a guided activity which requires your assistance. If they are old enough to do the task and refuse(or quit before it's done), I have simply said, okay, whatever doesn't get put away, I get to keep it. I tell you what, ...barbies got put away pretty fast after that promise(coz after the first time I said it...they tested it and barbie was gone for a week)! My kids always did a better job of cleanup if I offered to assist or was nearby to watch and guide.. Just a small tip you may want to remember..
07-30-2007, 10:25 PM
I (already) taught Deye on keeping her toys back in the basket once she's done playing with them. And she does now on her own. Okay, she may not keep them all but the effort that she did explains well enough that she got and understood my message.
Ask novemberrain, she witnessed it once.... *wink*
07-30-2007, 10:29 PM
Turuan mo na maglaba yan at mamalengke para bata pa may silbi na. Hehehe.
07-30-2007, 10:29 PM
That's very cool, Mitch. Teach em young as you can and they get the message!:up: Good on ya!:cool:
07-30-2007, 10:34 PM
Turuan mo na maglaba yan at mamalengke para bata pa may silbi na. Hehehe.Wag naman ganun!
Pero nauutusan na yan magtabi ng shoes sa ilalim ng sofa hahaha!
07-30-2007, 10:36 PM
Ganon na rin, turuan mo na rin mag lampaso. Hehehe.
07-30-2007, 10:38 PM
Hala ano ba yang advices mo, baka may mga magulang na wala sa sarili ang sumunod sa payo mo! Hmp!
Paalala : Wag niyo pong sundin ang mga sinasabi ni Anchor!
08-02-2007, 03:09 PM
love this thread..:)
my joshua is learning how to walk already...wer so proud! video here (http://s21.photobucket.com/albums/b268/VAN_pictures/?action=view¤t=c66595af.flv)
he already knows who's who sa house (mommy/daddy/lolo/lola/yaya even his fave porky the dog) it's funny when we ask him, joshua, what did porky say, he'd say aw-aw..aahahahaha..
he can recognize some body parts like the nose..and also, he recognizes his toys and obediently gets them when asked..(well..almost everytime pag nasa mood lang)
we don't force him, kse nga u know how kids are easily bored.
he also plays favorites na!! when his lolo(my dad) carries him,he doesn't want to come to me na..he prefers his lolo!! (i'm hurt) ahahaha
08-02-2007, 03:31 PM
Naku pag nadidikit pa naman sa mga lolo at lola, nagiging spoiled! Hehehe!
Katuwa sila no pag nagsasalita na?
08-02-2007, 04:06 PM
ur so ryt!! ang lolo & lola pa naman self confessed spoilers!! gosh...pano na toh?!:wah:
kse thy'r job is to spoil & ours is to discipline! grr...
...........yup..it's amazing..ung interaction ba...parang surreal kailan lang..ngaun they're beginning to show diff behaviour,likes..dislikes..haaaii ang sarap maging mommy!
08-02-2007, 04:11 PM
Speaking of interaction, never namin kinausap si Deye ng pa-baby.
08-07-2007, 12:45 PM
...Turuan ang mga batang magtapon ng anumang kalat o basura sa tamang tapunan (basurahan)...hindi sa kung saan-saan lang.
08-07-2007, 05:49 PM
bwehehe natawa ako kay andrea kanina. sumisigaw tapos hinahampas yung dibdib. akala ko masaya lng. pagtingin ko sa pinapanood nya na backyardigans. mga nagtatarzan pala!
08-09-2007, 04:14 PM
...Turuan ang mga batang magtapon ng anumang kalat o basura sa tamang tapunan (basurahan)...hindi sa kung saan-saan lang.Deye does that, kaso lang pag nakapagtapon na sya namamasura din hehehe!
Pati sa dirty clothes hamper ganun din, pag utusan mong ilagay hinubad nya, she does kaso kakalkalin din ang iba. :p
08-10-2007, 06:57 PM
Points to be considered:
Anytime is a book time for kids.
Read books often and show them you enjoyed it.
Start as young as possible with your children. They will be delighted in hearing your voice as you read to them and the more language they hear; the sooner they will pick up speech.
When you read the book, they wont be able to recognize what you are saying, but they begin to learn how a book is being held in a certain way and how to care the books by turning the pages carefully and handling them well.
Read to your child when you are relaxed and not in a hurry. Before bedtime is the best. Instead of saying "bed time " first you'd rather say "book time."
While reading the text, point out things you can see in the pictures. Ask questions. Act the story out for more fun. Let them see that reading is a worthwhile activity.
If you have more than one child, it's good to read them separately. This is a good bonding time with your child.
Children will be delighted if you read the same book over and over again.
Be patient when they keep on saying "again, again" or 'just once more". they will be bored with this book and they will soon move on to other books as they grow older.Always remember: The best readers are those who have their own books in the house.
08-13-2007, 02:59 PM
nagstart na ako basahan si andrea ng story book ngayon. dapat sa pinas pa lng kaso naiwan ko lng yung mga libro nya. effective naman habang dede sya, nakikinig at nakatingin sa mga drawing. hanggang sa nakakatulog na sya.^^ nageenjoy din ako sa binabasa ko hehehe. maganda yung nabli ko, disney storybook collection.:up:
@ate detty thank you sa mga tips mo. galing po!!
08-13-2007, 03:35 PM
That's how they learn to recognize things. Pero bakit si Deye ko di nakakatulog? Unless sasabihin kong "goodnight, books!" hahaha! Yun pupuwesto na sya para matulog...
08-13-2007, 04:53 PM
ang sabi sakin ni bruce naboring daw sa akin kaya inantok waaaahh
08-17-2007, 11:20 AM
Please, Mom and Dad...
My hands are small - I don't mean to spill my milk
My legs are short - Please slow down so I can keep up with you
Don't slap my hand when I touch something bright and pretty - I don't understand
Please look at me when I talk to you - It lets me know you're really listening
My feelings are tender - Don't nag me all day - Let me make mistakes without feeling stupid
Don't expect the bed I made or the picture I draw to be perfect - Just love me for trying
Remember I am a child not a small adult - Sometimes I don't understand what you are saying
I love you so much - Please love me just for being me -
...Not for the things I can do...
08-21-2007, 05:26 PM
We were in bed last night. I was watching TFC while she was playing with her building blocks, the bucket was also there. When suddenly she hit my face with the bucket!
Ouuuccchhhhh! I was shocked!
I had to take an immediate disciplinary action. I sent her to the corner where she crossed her arms, seated.
Me : Deye, look at my face, how many time do I have to tell you that hitting is bad?!!!
Deye : *Looked at me, tantalizing her eyes and said "Mama, ayi".What else could I do? She just said sorry....
09-07-2007, 11:25 PM
I have a little wisdom to impart here. One important thing about speech developement I can't say it enough about. Whether your child is the only or a sibling it is important to let the child speak for itself no matter how it comes out. I find those who are shy or those with siblings often have others speaking for them. This can really delay or hinder their speech and social learning. Just give them the floor and let them say what they need to say, or if shy, simply encourage them, but don't speak for them and discourage the siblings from doing it too. It is simply best to let them find their words!!
09-08-2007, 02:39 PM
Last night she was scribbling and doodling, and said Mama, yat! I said, not yat, write. Say wrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrite! Write! She then said yyyyyyyyyat! Hahahaha!
09-08-2007, 04:32 PM
Mitch nasa toodlerhood na pala si deyee. ang bilis ng panahon no?
As she enters this stage, asahan mong she will be using familiar word regularly na, and she will be inventing words that only you understands. And as days go by she'll learn their proper use by listening to adults talk. kaya be careful talaga pag nag uusap kayo ni D around this age 'cause she will be listening to you closely kahit na hindi sya ang kinakausap nyo. Emphazise the words talaga pag andyan sya nakikinig sa usapan nyo. like this example: kunwari utusan mo si D na may kukunin somewhere [sa fridge or saan] infront of her: "papa could you get me some i c e c r e a m. asahan mong mababaling ang attention nya sa inyong dalawa and she will get to know what an ice cream is.
Happy parenting Mitch!
09-08-2007, 04:56 PM
Ay oo 'te. 19 months na sya eh going 20 this month.
Sinabi mo. Pati nga kami sabay na natututo sa kanya. Making ourselves aware na din kung ano ang mga sinasabi namin at mga hindi dapat kasi ang galing talagang manggaya.
09-23-2007, 09:59 PM
wala pa akong baby.. pero tingin ko hindi ko din sila daldalhin sa kung anu-anong places.. kasi nakakahiya sa ibang tao alam mo naman kapag umiyak mga bata ang ingay.
09-26-2007, 10:12 AM
@ sikreto: i had two sons, 4 and 1 yr old respectively.... as much as possible i always bring them even to a palengke.... the mall, the department store... with the isssue of nakakahiya kung umiyak ang bata, first, its not their fault if they want something and they can have it.... basically, it will return to how did u impose parenting to the kids, can you say NO to the kid and mean it? nagkatantrum lang naman kasi ang mga bata pag GUTOM, INAANTOK AT NANGANGAILANGAN NG ATTENTION, then they will start asking for something at yun na ang simula.... of which to you nga is nakakahiya.. if you know how to detect this beforehand, then nothing can go wrong with your shopping spree, the kids surely enjoyed riding in the push cart....
hope this will help in your future family....
@ mitch & jhen: i salute you for being sooooo mommmmy to your kid... and very ma-detalye.
sa mga parents, kuya bk and ate dets... thanks for the tips... very very enlighthening!
anyways.... i read to my kids eversince sa tummy pa lang sila... i love reading very much.... RJ now Kinder I, had been growing -up with the bed time story habit, malaking gulo yan pag walang bed time stories, and cguro it has GOOD effect in the comprehension skill ng bata.... mas madali syang nakakaintindi and it is the best way to impart good values and teachings by telling them stories with moral lessons...... happy reading mga mommy!
09-30-2007, 07:45 PM
wala pa akong baby.. pero tingin ko hindi ko din sila daldalhin sa kung anu-anong places.. kasi nakakahiya sa ibang tao alam mo naman kapag umiyak mga bata ang ingay.Taking them to different places would help them na magign aware sa iba ibang lugar nga pati sa mga tao para di takot at mailap. I think it's just how you control your kid. Kami tulad lately nagtravel, tahimik naman sya sa eroplano basta kelangan tulad nga ng sabi ni Christine yung attention na dapat sa kanila eh ibigay. Saka dapat may dala ka laging toys nila or something na makakapagpatahimik sa kanila.
One thing din eh yung make them aware na pag nasa ibang place dapat behave, ako I always tell my daughter that. I guess natututunan nila yung magbehave if you tell them so, papasok yun sa isip nila kahit pa sabihing bata pa sila.
10-01-2007, 04:26 PM
mom christine: luis is now 2yrs old and i started reading books with him before retiring to bed, kahit hindi bedtime stories like colors/shapes/animals etc. now he can identify them! :) nakakatuwa lang i share kase its an achievement! khit minsan pagod tayo mga moms we still have time for them..
sharing lang .... ako i let my son experience a jeepney/tricycle/taxi ride etc. para hindi sya maging mahiyain or takot sa mga bagay or tao! now marunong na sya pumara ng taxi! he will just raise his arm alam nya kung taxi pinapara nya he..he.he.. :)
10-01-2007, 04:36 PM
I agree with you Christine and Reigna. Exposure kasi is one way of learning din. Otherwise lalaking kimi ang mga bata.
10-01-2007, 04:48 PM
@ mom reigna: that's very good.... if you have bible friends and best stories books that's more illustrational and values-oriented materials...... and it had lively pictures which the children can appreciate... and the good thing to know JESUS.......
@momy mitch: agree ako dyan! exposure - gives confidence and self worth to the kids......
01-17-2008, 12:38 AM
Nung pagdating namin dito, umarkila ako ng videoke, kinakarir ko yung Hawak Kamay ni Yeng Constantino.
Kanina I heard Deye singing: "di kita iiwan" as in buong buo at walang kabulol bulol hahaha!
02-29-2008, 01:58 PM
She Understood (http://mitchteryosa.com/everythingaboutdeye/2008/02/29/she-understood/)
Galing na managalog heehee!
03-03-2008, 04:31 PM
Deye Sings Bahay Kubo (http://www.mitchteryosa.com/2008/03/03/what-makes-one-mama-proud/).
04-29-2008, 11:21 PM
my son is 5 yrs. old & he was in nursery last school yr. everytime na may exam sila, i try my best to do a reviewer. since i don't know how to draw (which is really needed in preschool exams), i just search for a particular topic with a printable worksheet,para un na mismo pasagutan ko sa anak ko...it helps...
05-08-2008, 02:53 PM
I let her watch educational programs like Barney & Friends. Enjoy na siya, may natututunan pa.
05-27-2008, 12:07 PM
She counts from 1 to 11. LOL!
08-02-2008, 03:30 AM
Potty trained na si Deye ko. Yehey! Diaper-free na sya. Updates here (http://mitchteryosa.com/everythingaboutdeye).
09-09-2008, 08:27 PM
She can now spell her nickname Deye and identifies colors. Please click here (http://mitchteryosa.com/everythingaboutdeye/2008/09/09/spell-d-e-y-e/).
09-09-2008, 09:39 PM
Wow! fast learner si deye! iba na mga bata ngayon sabi nila bec. of the milk!? he..he..he.. si luis ko i already enrolled him sa school <nursery> he can count, identify all the letters, and now he knows how to play <PSP> educational games <alphabet/numbers> nakakagulat nga, minutes ko lang tinuruan sya ng may hawak ng PSP he..he..he.. may kaagaw na tuloy ako :wah:
09-10-2008, 03:09 AM
Next school year ko pa i-enroll si Deye.
Kelan kaya magkita si Luis at Deye? :p
03-25-2009, 10:15 PM
Marunong na sya sulat ng first name nya... Click here (http://mitchteryosa.com/everythingaboutdeye/?p=265) to see.
03-26-2009, 06:04 AM
yay! ang galing galing naman! mana sa akin :D
'di ko ma-scroll down yung page. pero nag-appear naman sa akin yung pic sa almost ready for school.
03-26-2009, 07:58 PM
Ako nga din nabilib nung makita ko nagsusulat na ng name nya hehe! Tas yung HELLO KITTY na nakasulat sa bag ko, in-spell nya isa isa.
07-19-2009, 05:48 PM
Nakita ko na ang disadvantage ng maagang nag-aaral ang bata, kasi once nagthrow na ng tantrums wala ka ng magagawa kung ayaw makipagcooperate sa pag-aaral o paggawa ng homework.
Buti minsan umuubra ba ang bribe haha!
07-24-2009, 02:05 AM
Nakita ko na ang disadvantage ng maagang nag-aaral ang bata, kasi once nagthrow na ng tanrums wala ka ng magagawa kung ayaw makipagcooperate sa pag-aaral o paggawa ng homework...Buti minsan umuubra ba ang bribe haha!...Based on my own experience, if a youngster is particularly sharp and if he or she can learn to read without feeling undue adult pressure, it's an advantage to teach them skills. Don't BRIBE! Don't PANIC! and don't show frustration over immaturity and disinterest when 'tantrums' sets in. Kids will always be kids. She will learn. There are 'skills' that should be taught at the age where they are most needed. ...The best thing to do is to provide your child with many interesting books and materials, read to them every day, and answer their questions no matter how silly it might be. Make learning a FUN thing to do. DON"T PUSH TOO HARD...Time will come, mauubusan ka ng ituturo sa anak mo...Ikaw na ang tuturuan at madalas ka nang iko-correct niyan.....B-)
07-25-2009, 12:25 PM
Actually totoo nga yan Kuya. Nung sinubukan kong di na sya tutukan, sya na mismo nagkukusa. Ngayon routine na nya na pagkagising bitbit na ang pad paper nya at pencil., sulat ng sulat ng name nya. Kabisado na nya kahit walang guide. :)