Wednesday, August 27, 2014

A is for Ark!

Continuing our alphabet lesson, here is one that my daughter is excited to get aboard to.

page taken from Alphabatics by Suse MacDonald

Hugging me with joy as she saw the ship-like facade.

Frontera Verde, Ortigas Ave., Phils.
Making the day trip more meaningful, we read a book from her dad's childhood collection of Bible books, guess what the story is about? :)

Book 8 of My Bible Friends, Noah's Ark - When God Flooded the World

Seeing the bunnies eat greens and carrots encourages her to eat her veggies.
Happy to greet us is this munching bunny which my daughter
keeps on calling Buttercup from the book The Little Rabbit.
And our trail begins...

We've never seen cats this close

Laughing our hearts out as this bearcat mistoook our fan as food

Survival instincts make her move away from the snake on the bench.
Which is the Orangutan left or right?!
Birds freely perched up high
Snake loosely slithering on the bench

My daughter has a story to tell about the mother and father turtle with kids! Oh what a big family they have!
Happy to see characters in her book come to life.

Guinea Pig, Squirrels, Bunnies, Meerkat & Prairie Dog

My daughter couldn't stop from bleating as she heard the first time the sheep say baa, baaaaa, baaa!

Goat, Sheep, Donkey & Pony

On our way out of the ark, still she couldn't stop calling Mr. Bear's attention, because we are now rowing the book Ask Mr Bear and she keeps on talking to him!

Bear trying to drink from the dripping water fountain

As happy as we were to see them in this facility, I still couldn't forget what my daughter said when she saw the cages. "They are sad, because they want to get out." 

Zoos should take care of their animals and each one has to have a genuine purpose of preserving wildlife.

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