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Thursday, December 23, 2010

Glass Painting Workshop @Pusat Sains Negara

I received a phone call from Cik Kimi of Pusat Sains Negara half an hour before the glass painting workshop started.  She called to remind me of this workshop we had signed up earlier.  Her thoughtfulness and effort was really commendable and I was totally impressed.    

The workshop was held on the top floor of the centre.  We got to choose a glass among glasses printed with different species of dinosaurs.  My boy chose one with T-Rex design and started his project right away.  He was given a brush, a cup of water to wash the brush and glass paints of different colours.

 Work in progress

Some of the kids' finished work and my boy's on the right


He finished his glass painting work in 30 minutes and shortly after, started with DIY keychain. 

How to make DIY keychain:
1. Put the shrinkable inkjet plastic sheet over your chosen picture image and trace the image with a permanent marker pen.
2.  Colour the picture image
3.  Cut out the picture image
4.  Punch a hole into the top of the finished sheet and put into a preheated oven at 200 degrees
5. Powder the oven tray with talcum powder so that it won't stick
6. Watch your dinosaur shrinks in the oven to the desired size
7.  Allow the shrunken picture to cool
8.  Attach it to a key ring and it's done!



Compared to the workshop we attended the day before that required lots of complicated steps and skills, help from mommy was inevitable  This one required less effort and the steps were literally simpler that my boy could finish his task without much problems.  Mommy had most of the time mingling with other parents while the children kept busy with their works.

As we had finished our works, we decided to leave early as the room was getting cramped with more participants coming in.  I didn't know there was another certificate of attendance issued to my boy until Cik Kimi called yet again for my home address so that she could mail it to me. Really paiseh. Hehehe..

My fried meehoon Malay style and my boy's roti telur and dhal.  We both had air limau ais.


While on our way back home, my boy complained of hunger so we dropped by at our nearby mamak restaurant.


Before and and after the haircut

Before heading home, I took my boy for a haircut at the nearby barber shop and guess how much I was charged.  RM10 for a child hair cut!  I remember it was only RM8 not long ago at the same place and there's one within the vicinity that charges RM9 with a lollipop given FOC and it's even cheaper at RM5 only at our old house area.  Looks like RM10 can't really buy much these days, huh..

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5 Comments:

Blogger Alice Law said...

O_oMy house area(Bukit Jalil) only charges RM5 for a child haircut!

Really nice workshop for Ian boy!

December 24, 2010 at 12:03 AM  
Blogger Montessorimum said...

So much fun at the Dino Live. We missed it..We were so kiasu we went there on the second day the exhibition started and they weren't quite ready, and definitely no such activities, the kids found it to be boring and scary.

December 24, 2010 at 1:01 AM  
OpenID suituapui said...

Handsome, your boy. Hah!!! Now he will start painting on all the glass in the house. Nice! - stained-glass windows!

December 24, 2010 at 7:44 AM  
Blogger eng eng said...

It cost RM5 with 1 free lollipop here... :p

December 24, 2010 at 2:04 PM  
Blogger eng eng said...

Well done, Ian. Can make 1 for Boy Boy mou? hehe...

December 24, 2010 at 2:05 PM  

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