Here’s a rock art that I painted in school. Mommy and daddy are amazed at how I painted this rock beautifully. I love birds so I chose a bird on it. My music teacher took a picture of my artwork privately. Most of my classmates just did flowers and other designs and I chose this.
After the paint has dried, they then glazed it as a coating to preserve the paint. Now it is sitting nicely on our kitchen island where everybody can see it when they are in the kitchen.
I have this awesome application on tablet that allows me to do art and sketching. Mommy and dada believes I am a good visual artist, to me nahhh it’s just okay but mommy finds my artwork unbelievable. Even my art teacher said that I am way advance beyond my years and that I am a very quiet girl and when she looked at my drawing, it amazed her.
Here is one of the many things I do on my tablet. Mommy found it to be so beautiful that she had to take a picture on it and share to her friends on Facebook. I just draw/sketch whatever comes to my mind. No one can dictate me what I should draw, if I don’t feel like it.. I don’t do it. However, if I am in the mood to draw something, guess what? Something would come out beautiful if I do.
Here is one the things we did in school, my bluegreen snake pot made with clay. I molded the body with my own hands to form the pot, this becomes the body of a snake. I chose a snake to show how much I adore reptiles, snakes specifically. I just think they are adorable.
Once the snake pot is done, the school heated it a little bit and I colored it with paint. Once done, they heated it some more. Since I chose to have a snake pot, I curled up the clay and kind of flatten it to make the base but then when it was done, it leaks. It does not hold the water. Have I know that, I would have sealed it real good for it hold some water.
I brought it home a day before our school has ended. Mommy and dada thought it was very pretty that I made a good job creating it. Mommy loves it very much. I am a bit disappointed for its leak but mommy encouraged me to just put my little valuables on it because it will still look nice like my purple mineral rock. I thought it was a brilliant idea!
Mommy and dada have known in the past that I love visual art. I started with scribble scrabble when I was a toddler as I grew older my drawing progressed because I have parents that encourage me to draw more and be creative. They bought me pencils, colored pencils and a set of paint for art.
I do art when I am bored or when mommy don’t allow me to be on the tv. In short, painting is done when I’m bored. Pictured below is my latest painting using just my finger tips. Mommy found my art cute and attractive that is why she is taking a photo of these two for keeps. She especially like the “rainbow tree” as I call it. The trunk is her favorite because I make it look like it’s natural and detailed. Something she does not know how to do it.
This is me and Santa taken at Island Spa retreat in December 9. It is my second time attending a party at that place, thanks to mommy’s friend for hosting the party and inviting Santa over. This time it has a bit of change because Mrs. Claus came with Santa too and we did caroling, story-telling and enjoyed two games. Lots of candies I got and a free picture with Santa. I did not have a chance to tell him what I want for Christmas but I am getting some, I think.
It was a fun night not just for the kids but for adults as well. We only stayed for two hours though because mommy came straight from work that night and had to work early the following day. Over all, it was a blast and I enjoyed it, that’s for sure!
Things that my mommy does for me and my sister may not be appreciated sometimes but on Mother’s Day, I made sure I let her know that I am thankful for everything she does for us because I know she loves me and my sister so much despite the fact that she nags at me a lot.
I think I made her proud and happy when I handed this note I made in school one afternoon in celebration for Mother’s Day. This is not fancy but I wrote the best I could and tried to think hard the best things possible she does everyday.
This note is now hanging in our living room light which she can see everyday and read it to remind her that as her daughter, I am lucky to have her for she truly cares for us and thinks only for our own good.
Here’s my fat mouse drawing on easel. Mommy thinks it’s a beautiful drawing. It garnered quite a number of likes when she posted it on her FB page. I was embarrassed she posted it because I don’t think it’s beautiful, the mouse is fat!
Mommy is my greatest fan ever, she thinks all of my drawings are special and beautiful because she does not know how to draw. She is amazed how easily I can come up with a figure to draw with all the curves lines and colorings in it. I can also mold a dinosaur figure using play-doh. I have done that several times, took pictures of it and there might be some in my previous entries on this blog.
Mommy and dada think my drawing is a cool tropical dino island. I drew it one night because I was getting tired playing on my tablet. Mommy is so impressed of my drawing and the dino itself. According to her, it looks perfect and she is amazed how I could do these things and she couldn’t. She doesn’t draw at all.
I just thought of this one night getting an idea on one of my books that has green leaves theme on the cover, so here’s what I came with… Pretty, isn’t it?
Here is a picture of the Science project I took home from last week. Mommy had no idea what was that poked her finger when she took the stuff out my backpack. Today, I put them all together and now she has an idea what it is. She asked me what’s its name and told her I don’t know. Anyway, I am blogging about it because it will be great memorabilia someday in the future when I am big and I am able to look back of all the memories and activities I have done as a grade school student and as a kid.
In December 13, 2014 was a fun day for the whole family especially for me and my little sister. You know why? We got to build our own train. It is not everyday we get to put our hands to work in order to build a toy that is going to last forever. Thanks to Lowe’s Build and Grow program for allowing little kids like us to work on our motor and cognitive skills develop and let our imagination wander.
It was mommy who discovered it online and had us registered to secure a spot on that day, then it was with the help of dada driving us to the nearest Lowe’s store in order for the event to be successful. Dada helped me with my toy train while mommy did baby M’s train.
All in all, it was such a fun family activity that day. Now we are enjoying our own hard work, our own Holiday toy trains that lights up whenever the button is pressed down that we installed in the train.
Here’s my sister’s and mine nose to nose in the picture, this is how they look after when they’re finished and all the stickers are up… pretty, aren’t they?