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Sunday, March 13, 2011

Atlas of the World

EJ got this Atlas world as a birthday gift last year from the Worthington family, thanks Bading.  We haven't read it yet  but when both of them got sick,  it was one of the entertaining thing for us to do, to read the Atlas of the World book.
We  looked at the different countries around the globe.  It was funny because  when my daughter saw the Philippines, she blurted out "No wonder you are very small Mom, it is because  your country is very small too",   I laughed because it's  hilarious how children perceive things.  
We really had fun  reading the book because not only that they learned so many stuff in it, there are also fun stuff to do like pulling a picture and another picture will show up and other stuff like that.
I forgot to  turn on the flash so the pictures are  dark.
It's fun to read with kids as they have gazillion of questions  line up for you.   Hope everyone is having a nice weekend.  Thanks for the visit and comments.


30 comments:

  1. Hehehe, smart ni Rye, no one ever think about that concept though. She is smart. i'm glad they like ti bading. Thanks uli sa inyo bading for coming over to chuck e and celebrate jakes birthday with us. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

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  2. That sounded like a lot of fun. I think I will get my granddaughter one and we can look through it together.

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  3. The family that plays and bonds together, stays together, hehehe. Mabuti naman at napakinabangan ninyo nang husto ang regalo ni Shy kay Rylie. Bilib din naman ako kay Rylie na maski masama ang katawan ay nakapagi interact pa sa kapamilya niya, hehehe. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

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  4. hhahaha...natatawa ako kay Rye...not all filipino are small..but most are....lol...:)

    galing naman tong gift nato from the worthington...very educational...ngungumusta lang sis...how's your weekend? mwah!

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  5. very educational...i hope the burritos would enjoy learning every countries and every cities and its location...in time.

    http://www.sibuyasrepublic.com/2011/03/13/no-bake-grahams-in-mango-cream/
    http://www.clarizzatomacruz.com/2011/03/14/idle-time-on-her-book/

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  6. Lol. Great shots.

    Have a fabulous week!

    My Yellow

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  7. I have always enjoyed reading with children. They make it so much fun.
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  8. really a worthy bonding moment...

    Here’s my share:

    http://myprincecoi.blogspot.com/2011/03/bonding-with-blue-caps.html

    Just for a Thought
    My Prince  Macoi
    Trying Hard Techie
    Emotera
    My All

    Thank you.

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  9. It's a wonderful bonding moment with your kiddos. Great photographs!

    Thumbs up po ako sa inyo!

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  10. Happy Blue Monday!!! Looks like you had lots of fun with the kids!!!
    XO

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  11. korek mommy rose! funny talaga yun..kids talaga..
    ako with Iris I learn a lot din...like mga nursery rhyme..hindi naman kasi uso sa amin yun dati..sa hirap ng buhay la la la la..lang ang alam kong nursery ryhme..iba na mga bata today no?..

    happy MMM,MYm and BM!

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  12. And they are very interested in a lot of things so mommy better get ready with some answers. hehehe.. Looks like a great way to cuddle with the kiddos! Read a World Atlas and learn something to get even smarter. :) hehehe.. Visiting you mommy Rose!

    Adin B

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  13. ang liit nga naman ng pinas :D

    my entry is at my soltero baby's site

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  14. That atlas looks like a very fun book!

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  15. I like the light without the flash

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  16. I suppose you should now get a globe for the kid, so that she learns about our earth's rotation. A world atlas is perhaps the best start for a child to be aware of a world beyond their city or country. Triggers their imagination and dreams about far away places and people. Great thing you have got there for your daughter. I can relate it to my grandsons - http://gvk-purelypersonal.blogspot.com/

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  17. kaya pala mga bright eh sipag talaga kahit my mga sakit mga educational things pa rin ginagawa go go go mga burritos :)

    Mellow Yellow Monday

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  18. Wow you are such a model mom girl. Ang galing. BTW here's mine thanks

    My Daily Mumbles

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  19. It's so enjoyable to read the book together :)

    http://engagementandrings.blogspot.com/2011/03/one-male-ring.html

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  20. Wow galing ng kiddo mo keep up the good work mamama...Happy MYM!

    mine is here

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  21. I finally got a new Atlas because mine, some thirty years old, was really obsolete. So many of the countries have changed over the years, many don't exist as I once knew them.

    I have been very fortunate in my 66years to visit 45 counries and 25 Caribbean islands. Travel is a joy.

    My MYM is at:

    http://rnsane.blogspot.com/2011/03/mellow-yellow-monday-112-dancers-in.html#links

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  22. Kids really seem to love maps! What a great family time!

    My MYM

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  23. Wow, what fun and so educational too. Your family is so darling and I admire your interest in doing family things together. The Atlas is a beautiful book.

    Hugs, Jeanne

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  24. Looks like ya'll enjoyed your book! I love snuggling up on the couch & reading with the kiddos as well!

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  25. What a fun and special way to spend time together.

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