Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Fada Moranga loves Little Princess!

The Little Princess is just like any other four year old.
She's shy, exuberant and boisterous in turns.
However, when she is cranky or distracted, she is uniquely herself !



Tony Ross was born on August 10th, 1938 in London. He trained at the Liverpool School of Art and has worked as a cartoonist, a graphic designer, as the Art Director of an advertising agency, and as Senior Lecturer in Art at Manchester Polytechnic. He lives in Nottingham.
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Sunday, October 18, 2009

Make your pet a star!

New Open Contest

Martha Stewart invites you to tell the story of your pet’s adoption along with photo.

You could earn some money for an animal shelter, a year’s supply of pet food and a trip to New York to attend Martha Stweart’s Show.

Have fun with your pets and enter now!



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Thursday, October 15, 2009

Blog Action Day: Pingu teaches about Climate Change!

Planet Earth is getting hotter!
How does this affect you and your friends?
How does this affect penguins?

Pingu, the 5 year old penguin, shows you how.

In the episode we see Pingu’s environment deteriorate and Pingu is washed out to sea.

”Save Pingu” is a campaign aimed at children (5-9 y/0). It educates children about the issues of climate change in an entertaining, interactive and engaging way, and encourages them to help. With the children’s help, Pingu will be saved!

Unfortunately the link is not working.

The children would have had to complete 7 tasks, each with an environmentally friendly twist, to save Pingu. Each task completed improved Pingu’s environment. When all tasks had been completed they would have saved Pingu and unlocked a special episode where he was back to his normal, mischievous self.

Saving Pingu would have been a wonderful thing but you can still go to his official site and have loooots of fun:

More about Climate Change for kids



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Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Fada Moranga loves treehouses!

Choosing a Tree for a Tree House

The first step to having your own tree house is choosing a tree or trees (some tree houses span two or three trees).

Take a walk around your garden and consider wether you prefer your tree house hidden or visible. How close are your neighbours? Think about who will use the tree house -- adults or kids.

Tree houses for kids should be kept close to the ground. The perfect tree for a tree house is not too young, not too old and must be healthy. Apple, oak, ash, fir and beech are some good choices.

More information here




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