Group 2 members: F 李雪琳 陈思伊 林丽轩 杨勤慧 余卓莹
Days on my past
I recall when I was young OH, I will play and always having fun with the neighbour next to me And we'll play until the setting sun try to be the best among the others in a game call the "Spider battle" It doesn't matter, who is the best how those were the days of my past
few years later when I got to school and was late for lesson all the time Always day dreaming in the class till I don't even know the lessons done Then my teacher always tell me never ever be lazy again what can I do now What can I say now those were the days of my past
When mentioning childhood, what is the first word that comes into your mind? (it can be a noun, or an adj)
unforgettable interesting happy funny cartoons candy carefree
? childhood ? I always dream about returning to the past. As many people say, childhood is the happiest and easiest time in one’s life. ? Children show you their true emotions. They know what is compassion and what is tolerance better than adults. In their world, all real thoughts are presented. They may easily have different opinions with others, but they never understand what is animosity. ? They enjoy making friends but they never think about making social communication net. Every child talks from the bottom of his heart without evil plans hidden and never intrigues against each other. ? Only in children’s way can adults make our life simple, more real and more enjoyable. ? I wish everyone’s heart would keep as innocent and lovely as they ever did in their childhood. Then, the walls between our hearts can be broken down and the world would be a better place to live in.
games we played ?Part2. the songs we sang ?Part3. the cartoons we liked ?Part4.the snacks we ate ?Part5. the things we used
is a list of traditional children's games. They are informal games, most often played by children without adult organisation, sometimes even despite the disapproval of adults.
street culture refers to the cumulative culture created by young children. Collectively, this body of knowledge is passed down from one generation of urban children to the next, and can also be passed between different groups of children
man’s bluff 瞎子抓人 ? Hoop rolling/Hoop and stick 滚环 ? Hopscotch 跳房子 ? A game of chicken老鹰捉小鸡 ? Hide and seek 藏猫猫 ? Musical chairs 抢椅子 ? Slide 滑梯 ? Seesaw 跷跷板
Chinese jump rope is a Chinese game resembling the western game of hopscotch. ? The game is typically played by three players (although more can participate) with a rope (or, more frequently, a string of rubber bands) of about 5-6 meters in length that has been tied into a circle. Two of the participants (holders) face each other about 3 meters apart, with their feet together, and position the rope around their ankles so th
at it is taut. The third player (the jumper) then stands between the two sides of the rope and must accomplish a specific series of moves without making an error or pausing. ? The game begins with choosing the jump pattern to follow and with the holders holding the rubberband around their ankles. There are many jump patterns and most are accompanied by a song.
This is sometimes called the "first level". The jumper tries to complete the chosen pattern. If the moves are completed successfully, then the rope is moved farther up and the series is repeated. When the rope gets too high for a normal person to jump over it, the player then kneels and uses his or her hands instead. Some people just stop the game at this point, as the game is much easier when using hands. If the jumper makes a mistake, players rotate their positions and the next player becomes the jumper. Once the player is finished, that person switches with one of the other people, and so on much, until everyone has been able to play.
The moves involve jumping and repositioning the feet in some manner. Some of the more common moves are jumping so that both feet land outside the rope, both are inside the rope, one is inside and one is outside, or both are on top of the rope. These moves are called "out", "in", "side", and "on" respectively, which the two other participants chant as the player executes them. Some other, less common, moves involve manipulating the rope. One of these moves, called "scissors", is executed by starting with both feet outside the rope and then crossing the legs, with the ropes in tow, so that a formation resembling a pair of scissors is formed.
There are many variations of the game that are played. Sometimes the rope is criss-crossed so that it makes an X, and the player must move his or her feet into different sections of the X in some pattern. Instead of simply raising the rope, some players create a procession of "levels", similar to a video game, that the player must complete before winning the game. When a player returns to jumping, they continue the game from the last uncompleted level. The player that first completes the levels (usually five to nine, up to neck height) wins the game. These levels often have specific names, such as the "roller coaster," which is a criss-crossed rope that is higher at one end than the other.
Chinese Jump Rope is a universal game. It has been popular for many years, certainly since the 1960s, in the United States. German speaking children call Chinese Jump Rope Gummitwist, and it is popular among young girls in Germany, Austria, Italy, Turkey and countries of ex-Yugoslavia. In New Zealand and Great Britain children refer to the game as "Elastics". It is also known as skiptape. Estonians call this game "kummikeks", the meaning of which is most similar to skip-tape.
LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLING DOWN
London Bridge is falling down, Falling down, falling down. London Bridge
is falling down, My fair lady!
London Bridge is falling down, Falling down, falling down. London Bridge is falling down, My fair lady! London Bridge is falling down, Falling down, falling down. London Bridge is falling down, My fair lady!
jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way! o what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh.
dashing through the snow on a one-horse open sleigh, over the fields we go, laughing all the way; bells on bob-tail ring, making spirits bright, what fun it is to ride and sing a sleighing song tonight.
your favourite cartoon? please tell
us why. ? 2.Which kind of cartoon do you like better, domestic cartoons or foreign cartoons, like Japanese cartoons or American cartoons? ? 3.When you are watching cartoons, do you think it will change your moral values?
Are your favourite cartoons here?
TOM AND JERRY
Tom and Jerry is a series of animated theatrical shorts created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera for MetroGoldwyn-Mayer that centered on a never-ending rivalry between a housecat (Tom) and a mouse (Jerry) whose chases and battles often involved comic violence. Hanna and Barbera ultimately wrote and directed one hundred and fourteen Tom and Jerry cartoons at the MGM cartoon studio in Hollywood, California between 1940 and 1957, when the animation unit was closed. The original series is notable for having won the Academy Awards for Best Short Subject (Cartoons) seven times, tying it with Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies as the theatrical animated series with the most Oscars.
you think the famous cartoon now happy goat and big wolf (喜羊羊 与灰太狼)is worth watching ,why?
people think that a child who grows up without cartoon has a incomplete childhood ,do you agree with them ,why？
kind of snacks do you like most when you are a kid? Why?
DO YOU KNOW HOW TO SAY THEM IN ENGLISH?
?a sticknoodles of sugarinstant coated haws (or apples, etc.) 冰糖葫芦 跳跳糖 popping candy
maltose ['m?:lt?us] n. 麦芽糖 Biscuits