Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Alphabe-Thursday: Letter K for kindergarten

It is very formal in Singapore. When Sam graduated, he wore a full graduation regalia and a mortar board. They had a concert and a party.

He went to Jurong Christian Church Kindergarten and went by bus.

 Myers Kindergarten in the city

Myers Park is a narrow park in central Auckland, New Zealand, running parallel to the upper part of Queen Street. It is characterised by steep, grassed slopes and canopied with a mixture of large exotic and native trees, including an alley of large palm trees. Benches and artwork (including a heritage marble copy of Michelangelo's sitting Moses statue) line the paths connecting to Queen Street, K Road, Grey's Avenue and Aotea Square. Running downhill from the northern slope of the Karangahape ridge, the park was formed in 1914 out of an overgrown gully facing towards the Waitemata Harbour.


1 comment:

Gattina said...

It looks so strange to me to read Kindergarten, because it is German and means Children's garden. I went to Kindergarten too, but not so formal ! Nice pictures !