120 Words Challenge for Class V While exploring the pyramid, we were surprised to see the mummy staring us -------------------- Add 120 words to this prompt and compose a mysterious story. Good Luck! The last submission date is 20/02/2014
I went with
Maham in Maritime Museum.There I saw beautiful monuments of Pakistan Navy.There
I saw a sculpture of Muhammad Bin Qasim,who conquered the Sind. After
that I went in Supreme Court of
Pakistan.I was very excited to visit these places.I really enjoyed visiting
these places with Maham.
Zahra Nathani took me to Fatmid Foundation Hospital. Children suffering from blood diseases got transfusion of blood for free. Its a charitable Hospital. First time, I develop tears in my eyes. God bless these children and I thank Zahra to make me realize the importance of life
Haiqah Javaid, student of Class III- C (Beaconhouse School
System , Primary 1, PECHS, Karachi) brought me at her house on Monday 28th
January 2013. She has a lovely house and she keeps it clean. She took me to the
food street in the evening. We wanted to have some traditional food. She showed
me how “Kata Kat’’ is made. A man
was making this dish on a Big Tawa and the music produced
while he was making Kata Kat was awesome. It seems like a musical instrument, a
big tawa and two sharp edged iron spatulas, to mix and cut all vegetables and
liver etc. It was fun to see it.
Then Haiqah showed me how “Tikka Botis” are made. Small pieces of chicken were Barbequed on
the coal. The flavor due to it was delicious. Tikka boti were really spicy. Next
to it were a big pan with a lot of oil in it and a man was making parattas in
Later, Haiqah took me to the “Paan
shop” as well and we enjoyed the sweet paan. Paan was actually a betel leaf
with betel nut and coconut and other sweet things in it. It was tasty. Then we
went to the “Dry Fruit” shop. The
shopkeeper had kept all the dry fruits very neatly on a small cart. It was fun
being there. We had a short “Rickshaw” ride as well. Rickshaw is
a public transport with three wheels used by people in Pakistan. We had loads
of fun. It was nice being with Haiqah. She took good care of me.
56jclassroom said... Hello Beaconhouse Primary, I continue to check your blog
because I love the images you have posted and the information you have
supplied to support your travels. I don't think I have ever seen
anything so fabulous as the places you have taken Kanga and I have made
sure I placed all your work on my blog to celebrate your great work. I
watch closely for anything new that might appear because I am so
interested. I can not wait for my students to return from Summer
Holidays to share all your outstanding work with them. Thank you,
Thank you, Thank you and Thank you to all your families and friends
that are taking Kanga to so many brilliant places. (see the comments box!)
Colorful traditional pottery made by the people of Hyderabad. Very Creative Art! Its a very ancient style similar to Indus Civilization. Guys! I am still on my way to explore more places in Pakistan. Meet you soon. I will send you movie on voicethread also!
I am with pretty Zanirah. She has taken me to a village near Hyderabad, a city of Pakistan. It is 150 km away from Karachi. We went by road in her car. On our way we saw rice and hay fields. Pakistan's rice is one of the best rice in the world. Pakistan export a lot of rice to U.K, America and Australia. Its "Basmati rice" is one of its kind. Eat it.
Bagh Ibne Qasim (meaning
Garden of the son of Qasim) is located in Clifton, Karachi. More than 10 million
people visited the park per year. Is also the largest family park in South
Asia. This park was named as Bagh Ibne Qasim in memory of the 8th century
Muslim conqueror Muhammad Bin Qasim.
"You know there is a competition among students in the class, whoever take my to more places of Karach, he will get my friend Koala." I am really enjoying and exploring this new world!
Frere Hall was built in 18th century in honour of Sir Henry Bartle Edward
After nine years Frere Hall is now open for general public
(May 2011). Beautiful lush green
Surroundings of Frere Hall are known as Bagh e Jinnah / Jinnah Garden.The architecture of Frere Hall was built in the Gothic style as it was
constructed during the British Raj over subcontinent in 18th century. The
interior of Frere Hall is dominated by wood work: wooden floors, wooden stairs
and even elegant wood work on roof. Frere Hall is also known as The great
Sadequain art Gallery. I went there for first time and my mission is to take photographs of this
amazing architecture. Luckily for me it was a weekday so there wasn't much
visitors to spoil my shots and as this place is just resumed for general public
at the start of May 2011 after nine years, still there are quite a few people
aware about in the city. Thankyou! Sheharyar for taking me there. I have seen some amazing art work which I have never seen before.