Learning Spanish Opposites. Spanish Basic Series
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No matter what we have a definite opinion about a baby topic, it is always worthwhile to take the time to listen to the final opinion. Read why Mariann is voting for the big, and for Gyöngyi for the little ones.
Your opinion is important to me too!Mariann (35), little boy is 22 days old Mбrk
I vote for the big age, though everyone hangs out. My friends and I have many years, we loved each other very much. Mom told me how much she helped her, that she brought the ovibou, and how she "brought with her" learning and development.
I still don't want a little brother. I can't even imagine that my now devoted baby just gets a pack next to her, which her beloved mom even puts on more babus! We can't communicate on an equal footing, and I can't tell him that I want to do the same in the future. I wouldn't consider it sporty that you couldn't tell me your opinion, I couldn't ask if he wanted a little brother. Your opinion is important to me too!
It's a little shorter if she's four or older, maybe she wants a little brother herself.
Even now, I still don't always get ahead of our house, because where to play, where to fuck, where to tell! Most of my friends who are with me are pregnant again, and there is a lot of propaganda about it. But I'm not a little crazy mom ... We've finally made it to Wark to go to the club, baby show, zoo, make friends, go out. No, I can't sleep again, suffer from sleep, go to exams !!! And I couldn't tell him I'm sorry, but now I'm not going to take it because I'm afraid I'll raise myself!
Sometimes it's like being twins!Gyцngyi (38), with children: Бgi 13, Bбlint 11
I have always wanted to have children at a young age. I don't have a brother I've always been frightened of, so since I was not asked to have at least two. In my family, it was about five to six years between my brother and sister, and I found that they were too small for each other. There is a two year between mine, the bigger girl, the smaller boy. Sometimes it's like being twins. You have to have everything at once, social events, parties at the same time, you were always sick at the same time (better, one after another, the latency was right then ...). The early years weren't that simple, and I needed help sometimes.
I'm a teenager now. They were great until they were nine or ten years old, sleeping in a room, and after my story, my son told me the story and played a lot together. Then the heavy years came. My daughter began to grow into adolescence, and by the time the girls were fattening out of the boy's development, she had just become a little boy and a great-granddaughter. We had three terrible years, common action was only possible if anything could be done against me. The situation is starting to ease now, they have been cheered again. When one or the other disappears into their room in their room, they do everything. And lately, we're talking better and better. We are worth the small age.
Summer School 2012 National Museum of Natural History Grigore Antipa
Summer school organized by the National Museum of Natural History "Grigore Antipa" is at the 6th edition and is a vacation program with theoretical and practical activities having as subject the knowledge, preparation and conservation of different groups of animals according to the specific standards of history museums natural. The project aims to involve the trainees in biodiversity awareness and environmental protection activities, by acquiring and experimenting with the practices used by researchers in the field of zoological sciences.
Target group: students between the ages of 9 and 14 years
1. The development of the project as an educational and leisure offer, accessible, pleasant and unique for students, useful for parents who want to "consume" the summer vacation of children with a program based on experimentation, interactivity, interdisciplinarity and play.
2. Completion of the knowledge required by the school program of biology with scientific, theoretical and applied information, of botany, zoology, geology and museology.
3. "Testing" the profession of zoological researcher by familiarizing the children with the daily activities carried out by the scientific staff and the curators of the Museum, specialized in observing the animals, preparing, identifying and conserving them as pieces of the museum's heritage.
4. Formation of direct observation skills, on the ground, on the quality of habitats and biodiversity of the living world. (identification of the categories of vegetal associations, observations on the fauna of reptiles and birds in Bucharest and surroundings).
5. To acquire scientific techniques for collecting biological materials in the field (collecting plants from spontaneous flora, capturing non-dangerous specimens from the group of terrestrial invertebrates, etc.).
6. Experimenting the techniques of preparation and naturalization of the animals, acquiring the standards of conservation of the pieces from the botanical (herbal), zoological and geological collections (rock and mineral collections, fossilized animal collections).
7. Stimulating the curiosity of the participants to consult alternative sources of information for the purpose of collecting data on the same subject (eg: information about the species of birds in the permanent exhibition of the Museum through explanatory texts, books from libraries, encyclopedias, internet, sites of zoological museums in the world, etc.)
8. The discovery of children with a "call" for biology and their school and professional orientation towards the field of natural sciences.
1. Theoretical and practical courses dedicated to the knowledge of butterflies according to scientific and museum standards.
2. Theoretical and practical courses in ornithology.
3. Theoretical and practical courses for collecting, displaying and conserving the plants from the spontaneous flora of the Capital.
4. Practical ecology courses (ecological trips and field experimentation of the influence of biotic and abiotic factors; field observations in order to assess the health status of different types of habitats, urban and rural).
5. Theoretical courses and demonstrations of taxidermy (naturalization of vertebrates and invertebrate species).
6. Theoretical and practical courses in paleontology and mineralogy.
7. Theoretical and practical courses to know the mammal species from the fauna of the world.
8. Issuance of attestation / participation diplomas.
Period of development
June 25 - August 31, 2012
June 25 - July 6 - Birds, the beauties of the world - Module dedicated to the study of birds (Ornithology)
July 9 - July 20 - Garden tribes - The module dedicated to trophic chains in gardens and parks (Intra- and interspecific relationships in urban habitats)
July 23 - August 3 - Justice and Law - Criminal Investigations - Judicial Entomology Module
August 6 - August 17 - Microcosm, the grass people - The module dedicated to soil invertebrates
August 20 - August 31 - Bucharest Herbarium - Botany module
The succession of modules and course coordinators
June 25 - July 6 - Ornithology - Birds - beautiful world
The module dedicated to the study of birds - coordinator dr. Angela PETRESCU
Hours: Monday - Friday hours 09:00 - 11:00 (theoretical lessons, multimedia presentations, laboratory activities, field trips); Friday, July 6 (09:00 - 11:00): exam (written, oral and practical) to verify the assimilated knowledge and the issuing of Diplomas.
July 9 - July 20 - The tribes in the garden
The module dedicated to trophic chains in gardens and parks - coordinator dr. Aurora Stanescu
Hours: Monday - Friday hours 09:00 - 11:00 (theoretical lessons, multimedia presentations, laboratory activities, field trips); Friday, July 20 (09:00 - 11:00): exam (written, oral and practical) to verify the assimilated knowledge and the issuing of Diplomas).
July 23 - August 3 - "Justice and Law - Criminal Investigations"
Module of judicial entomology - coordinator Lavinia Paul, museographer
The module "Justice and Law - Forensic investigations" will put you in the position of detective in solving some mysteries with the help of studying the insects that intervene at the scene.
What is the forensic investigation on the spot? What does insect necrophage mean and what is their role in nature? How are fingerprints taken and how does a polygraph work? All this and many others will turn the workshop participants into real detectives. There will be experiments in the laboratory and in the open air, the foundations of judicial genetics will be discovered and the investigation of the place of the event in a suspected death case will be simulated. We recommend this module for children over 10 years.
Participation entries are made within the limit of 15 places, on the email address: [email protected]
Hours: Monday - Friday hours 09:00 - 11:00 (theoretical lessons, multimedia presentations, laboratory activities, field trips); Friday, August 3 (09:00 - 11:00): exam (written, oral and practical) to verify the assimilated knowledge and the issuing of Diplomas.
August 6 - August 17 - Microcosm, the people of grass
The module dedicated to soil invertebrates - coordinators Dr. Cristina Constantinescu, Liviu Moscaliuc - museographer
Hours: Monday-Friday hours 09:00 - 11:00 (theoretical lessons, multimedia presentations, laboratory activities, field trips); Friday, August 17 (09:00 - 11:00): exam (written, oral and practical) to verify the assimilated knowledge and the issuing of Diplomas.
August 20 - August 31 - Herbar of Bucharest
The botany module - coordinator Maria Bezede - museographer
Hours: Monday - Friday hours 09:00 - 11:00 (theoretical lessons, multimedia presentations, laboratory activities, field trips); Friday, August 31 (09:00 - 11:00): exam (written, oral and practical) to verify the assimilated knowledge and the issuing of Diplomas.
- 1 module - 200 RON / person
- participation of the same person in 2 of the summer school modules - 350 RON
- participation of the same person in 3 of the summer school modules - 500 RON
- the participation of two brothers in 1 module - 350 RON
- the participation of two brothers in 2 modules - 700 RON
Nominal reservations can be made by phone: 021.312.88.26 int. 316, daily, from Monday to Friday
(09:00 - 12:00) or by e-mail [email protected]
The fees will be paid on the first day of the course.
The groups of participants, in each module separately, include between 7 and 14 students.
Tags Children's courses Children's museums
Even though the snow still does not show itself to us, the winter season continues its existence with cold weather. The first thing that comes to mind when it comes to cold weather is to be confined to indoor spaces… I have compiled some activities that will help them have fun especially during the days of home conviction, which is quite boring for young children. If you want to do something fun, creative and instructive with your child, I suggest you take a look at the following activities. Good luck with…
Let's make a snowman:
What do we need?
• Pet cola bottle, small bottle cap
• Cotton, foam
• Cardboard, glue, scissors, gilded paper
How are we going to do?
The pet cola bottle is cut away. The bottle is filled with cotton and shaped as a snowman. The eyes of the buttons, the nose of the cartons, the hat is formed from a small cap. It can be decorated with fabric or gilt paper. The piece of fabric is cut into a long rectangular shape and made on horseback. Foam is crumbled around to make snow particles.
Let's make a snowman table:
What do we need?
• A deep container, glue, starch, flour
• Button, fabric, broom wires
• Rectangular or square board, cardboard, varnish, felt-tip pen, scissors
How are we going to do?
In a deep bowl, flour, glue and starch are mixed until the consistency of yogurt. Snowman shape is drawn on the square blackboard. The prepared mixture is shaped with a brush on the board. The mouth and nose are cut from the cardboard. Eyes and clothes are created from buttons. The hat is made of cloth. The broom is made of broom wires and the accessory of the snowman is completed. After drying, varnish is applied on it.
Let's make a snowman 2:
What do we need?
• Cotton, fabric, shiny glitter
• Button, pasta, adhesive
• Yogurt or canned lid
How are we going to do?
Cotton is adhered on a round, large lid to form a snowman. The eyes of the buttons, the mouth of the pasta, the hat of the fabric and the scarf are completed. Bright glitter is poured on it.
LET'S CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT:
What do we need?
• Any circle-shaped object
• Crepe paper, ribbon, dried flower, glitter
How are we going to do?
The circle is wrapped in crepe paper. Bow made with ribbon. A glossy glitter can be applied by applying adhesive. If there is a dry flower or artificial flower, it can be placed in the middle of the bow or on the edge of the created circle.
LET'S CHRISTMAS CARD:
What do we need?
• Potatoes, plates
• Brush, watercolor, thick cardboard, felt-tip pen
How are we going to do?
The cardboard is cut to size by reducing the size of the postcard, making it a Christmas card. Christmas card can be decorated with potato prints. In order to print potatoes, the patetes are cut in half. A Christmas tree, a star or a candle is drawn on the inside with a felt-tip pen. The portion of the potato outside this shape is cut neatly. The mold is now ready for potato printing. The smooth surface of the mold is painted in the desired colors. The cardboard to be printed is prepared. The potatoes are thoroughly pressed on the card before the water color dries. The reason that the potato mold is pressed well is that the paint can be transferred completely to the card. Then the paint on the card is allowed to dry. Now your Christmas card is ready !!!
Source: Fun Activities with Residual Materials, Gülşen Sarı, Morpa Kültür Yayınları, 2004.
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Jurassic Park III
Jurassic Park III, directed by Joe Johnston, is the third in the Jurassic Park series, which first appeared in 1993. This movie revisits palaeontologist Dr Alan Grant (Sam Neill), who has made every effort to put the horrific incidents of the Jurassic Park disaster behind him. He has continued his dinosaur research, but has been limited by a lack of funding. For this reason, he reluctantly agrees to accept a big donation for his research in exchange for his services as a guide on a small pleasure flight over the abandoned dinosaur-cloning site, Isla Sorna. The flight has been financed by wealthy businessman Paul Kirby (William H. Macy), who's joined on the trip by pilot M.B. Nash (Bruce Young), ex-wife Amanda Kirby (Tea Leoni), Grant's PhD student Billy Brennan (Alessandro Nivola), and the slightly sinister Udesky (Michael Jeter) and Cooper (John Diehl).
Grant discovers the Kirbys' real intentions for the expedition only after the plane gets near the island. They plan to land and look for their son, Erik (Trevor Morgan), who recently disappeared near the island after a freak parasailing accident with Amanda's new partner, Ben Hildebrand (Mark Harelik). Despite Grant's protests, the group lands, only to discover the true dangers of the island. More things go wrong when their plane crashes a few hours later, and they must use all their resources to survive.
ThemesViolence in the natural world; family breakdown; separation of children from parents; the role of humans and their technological interventions on the earth
This movie shows repeated physical violence among dinosaurs and between dinosaurs and humans. For example:
- Dr Grant acts out violence between dinosaurs as he plays in the sandpit with his ex-partner's son.
- A tyrannosaurus attacks Dr Grant, Paul and Amanda Kirby, Billy Brennan, Cooper and Udesky in their crashed plane. During this scene, the massive dinosaur rolls the plane, then claws through the fuselage to reach the occupants.
- Cooper fires a rifle at an unseen dinosaur.
- A spinosaurus attacks and eats Nash (although the actual death happens off screen).
- A dinosaur corners and lunges at Dr Grant and the team, who are trapped in a large metal cage. As the dinosaur clings to the cage door, they combine their strength to slam the dinosaur into the cage wall and escape.
- A spinosaurus chases, bites and tosses Cooper several metres. Cooper lies crumpled and bloody on the ground. Later the dinosaur attacks again, biting Cooper in half.
- A spinosaurus attacks and breaks the neck of a tyrannosaurus.
- A velociraptor chases Amanda, and then lunges at her.
- A spinosaurus chases Dr Grant, Billy, Paul, Amanda and Erik.
- A pack of baby pterodactyls surround and attack Erik. They bite and scratch him as he tries to fight them off. Soon the adult mother pterodactyl arrives and chases Erik.
- An adult pterodactyl chases and kills Billy (although the final attack happens off screen).
- An enormous dinosaur attacks a small boat containing Dr Grant, Paul, Amanda and Erik. The dinosaur smashes the boat, traps the people underneath, and then lunges wildly at them.
- Dr Grant intentionally burns a dinosaur to death by starting a fire in their wrecked boat.
There are also several heated verbal exchanges between Dr Grant and Mr Kirby. In another scene, Cooper knocks Dr Grant unconscious (although the actual blow isn't shown).
Content that may disturb children
In addition to the violent scenes mentioned above, this movie has some scenes that could scare or disturb children under five. For example:
- Many scenes show enormous, rampaging dinosaurs. Close-up shots of their eyes, claws and salivating mouths, and scary sound effects, add to the scariness of these scenes.
- Ben Hildebrand's mostly decomposed body is suddenly revealed, as it hangs eerily from his parasail.
- Enormous, monster-like pterodactyls suddenly launch themselves into the sky.
In addition to the violent scenes and scary visual images mentioned above, this movie has several scenes that could scare or disturb children in this age group. For example:
- An unseen dinosaur predator plucks two characters from their boat and eats them. A heavy rolling fog hides some of the action, but large smears of blood are left on the boat's seats and instrument panel.
- Ben Hildebrand and Erik Kirby are forced to release the cables of their parasail from their high-speed towboat, after its occupants are presumably eaten alive by a dinosaur. They're left drifting above a very rough and rocky coastline. It looks like they'll die.
- Udesky fires shots from a high-powered rifle into a crashed plane fuselage, causing the wreckage to burst into flames.
In addition to the violent scenes mentioned above, this movie has some scenes that could scare or disturb children in this age group. For example:
- Mr Kirby's plane crashes, and it looks like that the passengers might die.
- Dr Grant, Paul and Amanda Kirby, Billy Brennan and Udesky get caught in a dinosaur stampede. As they run to escape the dangerous creatures, they frequently fall to the ground and it looks like one or more of them will die.
- Dr Grant, Billy Brennan, and Paul and Amanda Kirby fall dozens of metres into a deep river after the collapse of a suspension bridge.
- Velociraptors use the gravely injured Udesky as a lure to attract the other members of his group. The fact that the dinosaurs seem to know what they're doing adds to the scariness of the scene.
- Velociraptors circle and approach Dr Grant, Paul, Amanda and Erik. Tension builds as the creatures creep forward, and it looks like at least some of the humans will be eaten.
- Dr Grant, Paul, Amanda and Erik are forced into the sea after a dinosaur attack demolishes their boat. It looks like they might die.
- Several scenes also build tension through the use of effects such as deep growling, heavy thudding footsteps, and violently shaking bushes.
Some children in this age group might also be disturbed by some of the scenes mentioned above.
There's one mild sexual reference in this movie, when ex-partners Amanda and Paul glimpse each other while dressing. After observing that Paul had lost some weight, Amanda says, 'You still look good… '. Bob replies, 'So do you'.
Alcohol, drugs and other substances
This movie has at least one example of substance use, when Dr Grant and Billy order alcoholic drinks while sitting in a bar with Paul and Amanda.
Nudity and sexual activity
This movie doesn't show any nudity or sexual activity directly. But one scene shows ex-partners Amanda and Paul Kirby changing clothes in front of one another. Amanda is shown from the waist up in her bra, and Paul is shown with a bare chest.
There are no products of particular concern in this movie.
This movie has some mild coarse language.
Ideas to discuss with your children
Jurassic Park III is a fast-paced science fiction adventure. Although it has a better storyline than the second movie in the series, this movie again depends heavily on violent episodes for its impact. For this reason, Jurassic Park III is not appropriate for young children, who might be very scared by the graphic and realistic dinosaur attacks in the movie.
Values in this movie that you could reinforce with older children include working together.
This movie could also give you the chance to talk with your children about real-life issues such as family relationships. Real family relationships are complex, in contrast to the simplistic relationships shown in this movie. You might also want to talk about the impact of humans on the earth.
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