Wednesday, June 30, 2010

MACAM-MACAM AKTIVITI

Lawatan dari SJK(C) Yih Min untuk Bimbingan dan Kaunseling
Program C&C BIMB : Jualan mingguan bahan terbuang
Suka melihat gelagat murid menjual bahan terbuang
untuk tabung jamuan hujung tahun

Penyediaan Sumbangan Zakat kepada murid miskin
Keprihatinan guru terhadap kebajikan murid-muridnya
Majlis akan diadakan pada hari persaraan PK HEM
Program motivasi dan Bacaan Yasin Bulanan
Mengurus Kebajikan Rakan Seperjuangan   
 Hadiah dari PKG S4 termasuk Pn. Raihan dan Pn. Latipah untuk persaraan Pn. Saerah

Mesyuarat BKGS

Mesyuarat BKGS untuk merancang majlis persaraan Pn. Sharifah PK HEM
Jamuan makan menjelang persaraan akan diadakan di Penang
pada hari Sabtu, 03 Julai 2010

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Pecah Rumah

Jiran sebelah rumah baru saja mengadu tingkap rumahnya terbuka pada malam hujan lebat.
Sebagai tuan rumah sewa, aku cadangkan Sue memasang grill supaya lebih selamat.
Malangnya belum sempat dipasang rumah dah dipecah pagi tadi. Nasiblah semua selamat...... 

Sunday, June 27, 2010

SERI LAMAN

Berehat sebentar di laman rumah

TETAMU PSS

Tetamu dari SK Taman Aman ,GB Pn. Munirah dan 5 orang guru
Taklimat ringkas oleh GB
Pn. Rohani (Guru Media)
Aktiviti di Pusat Akses Sekolah
di bantu oleh Cg Rozita, Cik Nurhalini dan Cg Azizi
Meneroka portal sekolah http://www.hassanitam.net/
Penyampaian cenderahati
 Disambut oleh Ustazah jQAF, Pn. Siti Mariam (bilik jQAF) dan Pn. Raudzoh (bilik B.Arab)

Friday, June 25, 2010

5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Brain Sharp

By Woman's Day Staff
Fri, Jun 18, 2010

Everyone is forgetful, but as we age, we start to feel like our brains are slowing down a bit—and that can be the most frustrating thing in the world. Luckily, research shows there is a lot you can do to avoid those “senior moments." Whether it's relaxation or adding certain foods to your diet, read on for some techniques worth trying.

1. Chill Out
The brain remembers better when it’s relaxed, say researchers at the California Institute of Technology, so take a few minutes each day to breathe deeply or meditate. "The positive of meditation is you have focused concentration and relaxation taking place at the same time," says Elizabeth Edgerly, PhD, spokesperson for the Alzheimer's Association. "Researchers believe those things are good because they're developing new connections for your brain cells."

2. Focus on the Future
People who regularly made plans and looked forward to upcoming events had a 50 percent reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a recent study. But don’t worry if your calendar isn’t overflowing with life-changing events. Something as simple as setting a goal to have a weekly coffee date with a friend (and keeping it) will do. "Psychologically it keeps us motivated," Dr. Edgerly says. "There's evidence that people who have a purpose in life or who are working on long-or short-term goals appear to do better." In other words, keep your brain looking forward.

3. Go for a Walk
Mildly elevated glucose levels (even if you don’t have diabetes) can harm the area of the brain that helps you form memories, say Columbia University researchers. Experts agree that physical activity can help get blood glucose down to normal levels. In fact, the strongest evidence is regarding the effect of physical activity on the brain. Dr. Edgerly says, "When you exercise, you release chemicals that are good for your brain. It's like a mini fountain of youth in your brain, and the only way you can get it is exercise." In other words, when you take care of your heart, you take care of your brain.

4. Snack on Berries
Blueberries have compounds called anthocyanins that help communication between brain cells and appear to improve memory, says Robert Krikorian, PhD, professor of psychiatry and behavioral neuroscience at the University of Cincinnati. In general, Dr. Edgerly says the darker the fruit or vegetable, the better. She adds, "It's a healthy, well-rounded diet, especially one that mimics a Mediterranean diet, and that's fish, lots of fruits and vegetables, and red wine, everyone likes the red wine part."

5. Learn Something New
Take a Spanish class online, join a knitting club, or learn to play poker. A UC Irvine study found that mental stimulation limits the debilitating effects of aging on memory and the mind. But the best thing for your brain, Dr. Edgerly insists, is when you combine learning something new with physical activity. "It should be something like dancing, or coaching a sport. Or go learn golf with your girlfriends. That sort of thing is even better for your brain than, say, a crossword puzzle.”

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Tarian Dan Tetamu

Sambil menunggu tetamu dari BTP Daerah Sabak Bernam  sempat melihat kerenah murid-murid yang sedang bersolek untuk pertandingan tarian
 Murid India yang  minat tarian asli
Murid prasekolah bersedia untuk menyambut tetamu
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