Archive for March, 2010


deliciousss…

ingredients:

  1. chicken breast or any part of chicken meat (no bones please)
  2. finely sliced ginger
  3. brown sugar
  4. finely chopped garlic
  5. soy sauce
  6. finely chopped onion stalk
  7. finely chopped parsley
  8. finely chopped red chili
  9. sesame oil
  10. boiling hot peanut oil

steam the chicken until it’s fully cook. as for the sauce, mix all ingredients 2 – 9. then splash some sesame oil. next, pour a couple of spoon hot peanut oil and mix all together. when the chicken is done, pour the sauce on top of the chicken and serve while it’s hot with rice. yummy!

middle of school holidays week. sorry my dear kids… mama couldn’t take leave and spend times with you. mama have lots of dateline to meet here. guess mama need to set my dateline with you as well. but my dear kids… not too worry… mama and ayah have plans for both of you next weekend. we will have a blast!

worry… :(

exam week!!

so far… my daughter is having problem with Bahasa Malaysia subject apart from Bahasa Arab. She tends to get very sleepy and passive when it’s time to read… or even doing the exercises. really worry about her. have done lots of reading over the net in finding solutions techniques to teach language… but still could not find that suites her.

well… have to keep on putting more efforts.

it really helps!

from my previous post on my kid’s problem with mathematics… i made a module for her specifically on how to differentiate the value of the number, is it more or less and on arrange the number ascending and descending order.

i took a piece of A3 paper and cut it into approximately 3 x 1.5 inches.  then i wrote random numbers using marker which involves hundreds, tens and ones. also i wrote “less” and “more” in 2 individual paper.

then, i played the game with my daughter. i put down 2 pieces of paper with the random number and i asked my daughter to put the “less” or “more” sign in between. amazingly… she got all questions correct.

then, i gave her series of numbers and asked her to arrange it in ascending and descending orders. again… she could do it.

so.. moral of the story is… not all kids have the same ability to study… we as parents need to be very creative in assist our kids. have it a try… all the best!