Wednesday, November 20, 2013

why you are like that

bismillah...

9 days past... i'm here now... waiting to leave this place but still nowhere to go. i don't want to ask why because everything is come from you.. from our self...  i just sad now... maybe the sad will getting better.. this feeling will getting better.. i believe it but i can't endure its anymore... then let's just me thanks...

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love this budak.. miss him really much.. to hug him..hoho
i love the kind of hugs where you can physically feel the sadness leaving from your body...

please mind.. control the feeling.. 
please pray for my happiness


love,
teamoHada

100 ways to be kind to your kids


Tell your child:
1. I love you.
2. I love you no matter what.
3. I love you even when you are angry at me.
4. I love you even when I am angry with you.
5. I love you when you are far way.  My love for you can reach you wherever you are.
6. If I could pick any 4 year old (5 year old, 6 year old…) in the whole wide world, I’d pick you.
7. I love you to the moon and then around the stars and back again.
8. Thank you.
9. I enjoyed playing with you today.
10. My favorite part of the day was when I was with you and we _______.
Share:
11. The story of their birth or adoption.
12. About how you cuddled them when they were a baby.
13. The story of their name.
14. A story about yourself when you were their age.
15. The story of how their grandparents met.
16. What your favorite color is.
17. That sometimes you struggle too.
18. That when you’re holding hands and you give three squeezes, it’s a secret code that means, “I love you”.
19. What the plan is.
20. What you’re doing right now.
Play:
21. Charades
22. Hop Scotch
23. Board Games
24. Hide & Seek
25. Simon Says
26. Twenty Questions
27. I Spy on long car rides
28. Catch
Pretend:
29. To catch their kiss and put it on your cheek.
30. That their tickle tank is empty and you have to fill it.
31. That their high five is so powerful it nearly knocks you over.
32. That you are super ticklish.
33. That you are explorers in the amazing world of your own backyard.
34. That it’s party day!
Try:
35. To get enough sleep.
36. To drink enough water.
37. To eat decent food.
38. Dressing in a way that makes you feel confident and comfortable.
39. Calling a friend the next time you feel like you are about to lose it with the kids.
40. Giving a gentle touch to show approval.
41. Dancing in the kitchen.
42. To get your kids to bop to the music with you in the car.
43. Showing your kids that you can do a somersault or handstand or a cartwheel.
44. Keeping the sigh to yourself.
45. Using a kind voice, even if you have to fake it.
Read:
46. A book of silly poems.
47. A story and then act out the plot.
48. Your favorite childhood book to them.
49. When the afternoon is starting to go astray.
50. Outside under a tree.
51. In the library kids corner.
52. The comic book they love that you’re not so hot on.
53. About age appropriate behavior so you can keep your expectations realistic.
Listen:
54. To your child in the car.
55. To silly songs together.
56. For that question that means your child really needs your input.
57. One second longer than you think you have patience for.
58. For the feelings behind your child’s words.
Ask:
59. Why do you think that happens?
60. What do you think would happen if______?
61. How shall we find out?
62. What are you thinking about?
63. What was your favorite part of the day?
64. What do you think this tastes like?
Show:
65. Your child how to do something instead of banning them from it.
66. How to whistle with a blade of grass.
67. How to shuffle cards- make a bridge if you can!
68. How to cut food.
69. How to fold laundry.
70. How to look up information when you don’t know the answer.
71. Affection to your spouse.
72. That taking care of yourself is important.
Take Time:
73. To watch construction sites.
74. To look at the birds.
75. To let your child pour ingredients into the bowl.
76. To walk places together.
77. To dig in the dirt together.
78. To do a task at your child’s pace.
79. To just sit with your child while they play.
Trust:
80. That your child is capable.
81. That you are the right parent for your child.
82. That you are enough.
83. That you can do what is right for your family.
Delight:
84. Clean your child’s room as a surprise.
85. Put chocolate chips in the pancakes.
86. Put a love note in their lunch.
87. Make their snack into a smiley face shape.
88. Make sound effects while you help them do something.
89. Sit on the floor with them to play.
Let Go:
90. Of the guilt.
91. Of how you thought it was going to be.
92. Of your need to be right.
Give:
93. A kind look.
94. A smile when your child walks into the room.
95. A kind touch back when your child touches you.
96. The chance to connect before you correct so that your child can actually hear your words.
97. Your child a chance to work out their frustrations before helping them.
98. A bath when the day feels long.
99. A hug.
100. You get to choose the next one!  What is your favorite way to be kind to your child?

easy but hard to do kan?... hohoho.. but if we are practice then there is nothing not easy to do..okeh?
ohh i'm taking research but don't know what topic should i do.. 
huhuhu...


love,
teamoHada

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Signs and symptoms of learning disabilities and disorders


Learning disabilities look very different from one child to another. One child may struggle with reading and spelling, while another loves books but can’t understand math. Still another child may have difficulty understanding what others are saying or communicating out loud. The problems are very different, but they are all learning disorders.

It’s not always easy to identify learning disabilities. Because of the wide variations, there is no single symptom or profile that you can look to as proof of a problem. However, some warning signs are more common than others at different ages. If you’re aware of what they are, you’ll be able to catch a learning disorder early and quickly take steps to get your child help.

The following checklist lists some common red flags for learning disorders. Remember that children who don’t have learning disabilities may still experience some of these difficulties at various times. The time for concern is when there is a consistent unevenness in your child’s ability to master certain skills.

Preschool signs and symptoms of learning disabilities
-Problems pronouncing words
-Trouble finding the right word
-Difficulty rhyming
-Trouble learning the alphabet, numbers, colors, shapes, days of the week
-Difficulty following directions or learning routines
-Difficulty controlling crayons, pencils, and scissors or coloring within the lines
-Trouble with buttons, zippers, snaps, learning to tie shoes

Ages 5-9 signs and symptoms of learning disabilities
-Trouble learning the connection between letters and sounds
-Unable to blend sounds to make words
-Confuses basic words when reading
-Consistently misspells words and makes frequent reading errors
-Trouble learning basic math concepts
-Difficulty telling time and remembering sequences
-Slow to learn new skills

Ages 10-13 signs and symptoms of learning disabilities
-Difficulty with reading comprehension or math skills
-Trouble with open-ended test questions and word problems
-Dislikes reading and writing; avoids reading aloud
-Spells the same word differently in a single document
-Poor organizational skills (bedroom, homework, desk is messy and disorganized)
-Trouble following classroom discussions and expressing thoughts aloud
-Poor handwriting

Paying attention to developmental milestones can help you identify learning disorders.
Paying attention to normal developmental milestones for toddlers and preschoolers is very important. Early detection of developmental differences may be an early signal of a learning disability and problems that are spotted early can be easier to correct.

A developmental lag might not be considered a symptom of a learning disability until your child is older, but if you recognize it when your child is young, you can intervene early. You know your child better than anyone else does, so if you think there is a problem, it doesn't hurt to get an evaluation. You can also ask your pediatrician for a developmental milestones chart.

If you're worried, don't wait.
If you suspect that your child's learning difficulties may require special assistance, please do not delay in finding support. The sooner you move forward, the better your child's chances for reaching his or her full potential.

Diagnosis and testing for learning disabilities and disorders
As you’ve already learned, diagnosing a learning disability isn’t always easy. Don’t assume you know what your child’s problem is, even if the symptoms seem clear. It’s important to have your child tested and evaluated by a qualified professional.

That said, you should trust your instincts. If you think something is wrong, listen to your gut. If you feel that a teacher or doctor is minimizing your concerns, seek a second opinion. Don’t let anyone tell you to “wait and see” or “don’t worry about it” if you see your child struggling. Regardless of whether or not your child’s problems are due to a learning disability, intervention is needed. You can’t go wrong by looking into the issue and taking action.

Keep in mind that finding someone who can help may take some time and effort. Even experts mix up learning disabilities with ADHD and other behavioral problems sometimes. You may have to look around a bit or try more than one professional.

In the meantime, try to be patient, and remember that you won’t always get clear answers. Try not to get too caught up in trying to determine the label for your child’s disorder. Leave that to the professionals. Focus instead on steps you can take to support your child and address his or her symptoms in practical ways.

The diagnosis and testing process for learning disabilities
Diagnosing a learning disability is a process. It involves testing, history taking, and observation by a trained specialist. Finding a reputable referral is important. Start with your child's school, and if they are unable to help you, ask your insurance company, doctor, or friends and family who have dealt successfully with learning disabilities.

Types of specialists who may be able to test for and diagnose learning disabilities include:
-Clinical psychologists
-School psychologists
-Child psychiatrists
-Educational psychologists
-Developmental psychologists
-Neuropsychologist
-Psychometrist
-Occupational therapist (tests sensory disorders that can lead to learning problems)
-Speech and language therapist

Studying Tips for Different Types of Learners
Tips for visual learners:
Use books, videos, computers, visual aids, and flashcards.
Make detailed, color-coded or highlighted notes.
Make outlines, diagrams, and lists.
Use drawings and illustrations (preferably in color).
Take detailed notes in class.
Tips for auditory learners:
Read notes or study materials out loud.
Use word associations and verbal repetition to memorize.
Study with other students. Talk things through.
Listen to books on tape or other audio recordings.
Use a tape recorder to listen to lectures again later.
Tips for kinesthetic learners:
Get hands on. Do experiments and take field trips.
Use activity-based study tools, like role-playing or model building.
Study in small groups and take frequent breaks.
Use memory games and flash cards.
Study with music on in the background.

specific types of learning disabilities and related disorders: (and actly banyak lagi contoh)

Dyslexia
Area of difficulty-Processing language

Symptoms include trouble with

Reading
Writing
Spelling
example- Confusing letter names and sounds, difficulties blending sounds into words, slow rate of reading, trouble remembering after reading text

Sara’s Story

When Sara was in the first grade, her teacher started teaching the students how to read. Sara’s parents were really surprised when Sara had a lot of trouble. She was bright and eager, so they thought that reading would come easily to her. It didn’t. She couldn’t match the letters to their sounds or combine the letters to create words.
Sara’s problems continued into second grade. She still wasn’t reading, and she was having trouble with writing, too. The school asked Sara’s mom for permission to evaluate Sara to find out what was causing her problems. Sara’s mom gave permission for the evaluation.
The school conducted an evaluation and learned that Sara has a learning disability. She started getting special help in school right away.
Sara’s still getting that special help. She works with a reading specialist and a resource room teacher every day. She’s in the fourth grade now, and she’s made real progress! She is working hard to bring her reading and writing up to grade level. With help from the school, she’ll keep learning and doing well.


i'm planning to do this topic as my research project... but i need more reading materials..huhu.. can anyone help me?

love,
teamoHada

Kim Jong Kook – Men Are All Like That

 

English Translation:
Men are all like that, I wouldn’t be any different
I valued you at first but then I flew away
Men are all like that, I wouldn’t be any special
I had all of your heart but then I flew away
Men are all like that

It seemed like I could never catch your heart
But little by little, your heart became to come into my hands
Now I feel burdened when you say you can’t live without me

I used to stay up all night, worried that your heart would change
When I opened my eyes, I called you to make sure of your voice
I used to hope that the moment would last forever

Men are all like that, I wouldn’t be any different
I valued you at first but then I flew away
Men are all like that, I wouldn’t be any special
I had all of your heart but then I flew away
Men are all like that

I used to just look at you for minutes
I held your hand tight, afraid that I might lose you if I let go
I used to be sad when we said goodbye so I turned back multiple times

Now I walk ahead of you
When we talk, I don’t look at your eyes
But it’s not because I don’t love you

Men are all like that, I wouldn’t be any different
I valued you at first but then I flew away
Men are all like that, I wouldn’t be any special
I had all of your heart but then I flew away
Men are all like that

Women are all like that, you wouldn’t be any different
You knew my heart but you hoped that I’d return
Women are all like that, you wouldn’t be any special
You knew it wasn’t but hoped that I would be your last
Women are all like that


Romanized:
Namjaga da geureochi mwo narago dareugenni
Cheoeumen da akkyeojwodo naragabeorigo maneun
Namjaga da geureochi mwo narago teukbyeolhalkka
Ni mameul da gajyeodo naragabeorigo maneun
Namjaga da geureochi mwo

Jabeul su eobseul geot gatdeon ni mami
Jogeumssik nae sonane deureoodeoni
Ijen na eobsin sal su eopdan mari budamseureowo

Hoksina bamsae mami byeonhaesseul kkabwa
Nun tteumyeon moksoril hwaginhaebogo
Jigeumi yeongwonhagireul baraenneunde

Namjaga da geureochi mwo narago dareugenni
Cheoeumen da akkyeojwodo naragabeorigo maneun
Namjaga da geureochi mwo narago teukbyeolhalkka
Ni mameul da gajyeodo naragabeorigo maneun
Namjaga da geureochi mwo

Myeot bunigo geujeo baraman bogo
Son noheumyeon irheulkka himkkeot jwieotgo
Heeojime aswiwo myeot beonigo dorabwanneunde
Ijen neoboda apseoseo gireul geotgo
Malhal ttae deoneun ni nuneul bojil anko
Neol saranghaji anhaseoga aninde

Namjaga da geureochi mwo narago dareugenni
Cheoeumen da akkyeojwodo naragabeorigo maneun
Namjaga da geureochi mwo narago teukbyeolhalkka
Ni mameul da gajyeodo naragabeorigo maneun
Namjaga da geureochi mwo

Yeojaga da geureochi mwo neorago dareugenni
Nae mameul da algodo doraogireul baraneun
Yeojaga da geureochi mwo neorago teukbyeolhalkka
Anin jul almyeonseodo majimak igil baraneun
Yeojaga da geureochi mwo

Translation Credits: pop!gasa
Romanizations by: kpoplyrics.net


i love his song so much.. feel like he'll be my next favorite singer... hahaha
sarangheoyo oppa!! <3



love,
teamoHada


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