Avatar in action

Posted On July 31, 2010

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Review by Rufino D. Pamaran III, St. Helena School

Katara and Aang learn how to waterbend.

Avatar is one of my favorite cartoons ever! It is funny, exciting, and there are lessons that you can learn from it. That’s why even when there were still stories floating around that there was going to be a movie, my mama and I (she’s a fan too!) got really really excited. How excited? Well, were jumping up and down and drumming the ending song on our dinner table. We did another drumming session when we found out that we were getting tickets to see the movie! Yes, we jumped up and down too and gave each other high-fives each opportunity we got. Too bad she couldn’t come, but my Daddy and my brother Carmelo went with me instead. They both watch the Nickelodeon show with us, so even my Daddy knew who Aang is. Jollibee hosted this special screening and we even got to take home some really cool “The Last Airbender” toys. (Read More)

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Dancing to Dora

Posted On July 24, 2010

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Words by Rufino D. Pamaran III, 9, St. Helena School

When I was in preschool, I watched Dora every day. That is because I only had to go to school for a few hours, and I could catch the show before I left for class. Now that I am in Grade 4, I have to stay in school longer, so I don’t get to watch Nick Jr. anymore. My baby brother has DVDs though, and I get to see my favorite Spanish-speaking character from time to time. It may sound a little weird, but even though I am a bit grown up, I still like watching Dora. And I guess it is like a habit, but when Dora asks questions, I still answer out loud to help her in her adventures! (Read More)

Painting outside the lines

Posted On July 24, 2010

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Words by Sary Valenzuela, 14

The author imitating one of Picasso’s ladies.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, also known as “The Met”, is one of the largest art galleries in the world located at the eastern edge of Central Park in New York, USA. It is home to more than two million works of art and five thousand years’ worth of cultural masterpieces from every part of the globe. “The Met” prides itself for having nearly five million visitors every year! So, when I visited the museum, I expected no less than to see only the most beautifully crafted artworks in the universe! (Read More)

Twist and turn

Posted On July 24, 2010

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Review by Rufino Pamaran III, 9, St. Helena School

There’s this amazing new toy called Bendaroos and my brothers and I really love playing with it! They are small sticky string sticks in different colors that you can twist together and shape into circles and spirals, or whatever you want to create. They can really make your imagination run wild! (Read More)

Xtreme fun

Posted On July 17, 2010

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Words by Gene Daniel M. Floresca, 11, South Crest School of Muntinlupa

The author with his brothers at LazerXtreme.

My brothers and I were invited to visit LazerXtreme at the Alabang Town Center. I didn’t know what to expect. I thought it was an arcade area like the ones we usually visit but I was wrong. LazerXtreme is way better than any gaming place we’ve ever been to! (Read More)

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