September 8, 2015

Home Office in a Closet = Cloffice

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While browsing for home organizing tips at Real Living Philippine Website, I came across this interesting term ,"Cloffice". It's spare closet transformed into a fully functional home office. How cool is that? Here's the photo which was : 

And this is the most interesting part, we have a poorly designed cabinet at home which can be repurposed as a study area or home office. 

That's the cabinet I'm talking about. 

I'm so excited for this project. I will start saving for it and contact the dependable and creative Kuya to do the carpentry job for me. 

August 19, 2015

Good Vibes Only

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This blog has been silent for more than three months now. This is not the first time that the humble me, the author went on a blog hiatus. And I've laid down several reasons of doing so but let us not discuss it further, haha!

The truth is, I open my blog almost everyday but my creative juices just don't come out. As a result, I will end up reading other blogs that I follow. I am more of the lurker than a writer now.

So what's keeping me busy nowadays? Well, a mix of everything - from Church duties, wife/mother obligations, work, and anything in between.  Excuses, excuses, excuses! hahaha.

Before ending this post, let me share this inspirational quote that will remind you and ME to stay away for negative vibes, stressors and the like. I love y'all!

April 15, 2015

Wooden and Plastic Kitchen Play Set

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Pretend play is one of the favorite activities of Thea and Yohan during playtime. They love to pretend as chef, doctor, performer, food servers or cashier.  They also love tea party. I think they got it from an episode of Sophia the First show in Disney Junior. 

I am thinking of buying a kitchen play set for them. It would be a perfect gift for Thea's birthday. I am eyeing for a neutral design so that little boy Yohan can play with her Ate, too. 

I saw this one in Lazada, but it cost Php5,000. Cute but not budget friendly. 

This one is a DIY design from 
                                               Modern Toy Organizers by Pleasant Grove Furniture & Accessories clickhere2shop

There are so many cute designs in the web, in case I finally decide to hire a carpenter for DIY wooden kitchen set.  For the meantime, I'll buy play kitchen made of plastic, either from Divisoria or mall. 

April 1, 2015

On Enhancing Multiple Intelligence among Children

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Child's intelligence is not only shown through high IQ level or academic excellence alone.  In 1983, a Harvard University professor Dr. Howard Gardner developed the Theory of Multiple Intelligences.  Dr. Gardner has identified eight different intelligences to describe a broader range of human potential, both children and adults.  These are:

  • Linguistic intelligence (Word Smart )
  • Logical-mathematical intelligence (Number Smart)
  • Spatial intelligence (Picture Smart)
  • Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence (Body Smart)
  • Musical Intelligence (Music Smart)
  • Interpersonal Intellegence (People Smart)
  • Intrapersonal Intelligence (Self Smart)
  • Naturalist Intelligence (Nature Smart)

I am one of the modern moms who support multiple intelligence.  Both my daughter and son learned to sing at the age of 3.  They both love dancing and easily befriend other children and adults as well.  Thus, showing potentials of being Music Smart, Body Smart, and People Smart.  At Grade 3, Thea reads and speaks English well.  However, improvement must be made and lots of practice must be done so that she'll become Number Smart. 

Though it seems to be impossible to teach all learning styles, more and more educators in our country are embracing multiple intelligences.  The theory grabbed the attention of educators and schools are using its philosophy to redesign the method of teaching. As I see it in the newly released books for the K to 12 Curriculum, lessons are presented in diverse techniques using music, art activities, cooperative learning, role playing, reflection sessions, multimedia and more. 

At home, raising smart kids is a challenge.  Parents should be open-minded and supportive of their children's talents and interests.  Understanding child's learning style is very important. Children must be given the opportunity to develop through courses, hobbies and other self-development programs.  Likewise, parents should encourage (not push) their children to participate in extra curricular activities in school. Summer vacation or school breaks must be maximized by enrolling them to self-improvement classes or activities.  

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