Monday, September 5, 2011

Take your children on environmental holidays






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http://ourworldtuesdaymeme.blogspot.com/I took my son on a boat ride in the Singapore zoo. It went on the Reservoir and we were given a lesson on endangered animals and their poaching for their skins.

15 comments:

imac said...

Hi Ann, nice way to lean all about life.

Thanks for your nice comments and welcome to my lil ol blog.

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diane b said...

A good idea. The best way to learn.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

That's a kind reminder...My nephew (from Methodist school too) took his children out to the park in KL for his oldest son's birthday. I thought that was really good.

Nice post.

Carver said...

Environmental holidays with children are a great idea.

aka Penelope said...

Excellent way to have fun while learning. :)

wenn said...

good idea..

Indrani said...

Yes, that is the best way to teach them.

ewok1993 said...

teach them early, teach them often.

Gattina said...

Short, but interesting post, lol !
the link to Our World is :
http://ourworldtuesdaymeme.blogspot.com/

Arija said...

What a nice thing to do Ann. It is years now since I was last in Singapore. I really love it there, especially the Botanical gardens.
It is always good to teach children about endangered species.

eileeninmd said...

It is a great earning experience for the children. Sounds like a great day to me, Ann! Thanks for sharing.

jabblog said...

That will remain in your son's memory for a very long time. Excellent idea!

Francisca said...

When learning is fun it is meaningful and stays in the brain. No matter what our age.

Genie said...

This is definitely the way to make learning fun and my sons so a wonderful job of it with their wives and children. Loved the photos...they are so sweet. genie

LV said...

That is such a great idea. More places need to do this. Very helpful for the children.