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Tuesday, 14-Nov-2006 06:41 Email | Share | Bookmark
KONVOKESYEN TADIKA IMAN 2006.

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he he he he akhirnya dapat juga aku peluang nak ambil gambar event macam ni....seronok betul lah....banyak explore...rupa rupa nya ambil gambar budak tadika lagi susah lah..budak budak ni bukan reti diam....tetapi pengalaman ni betul betul menyeronokan...

kat sini aku sempat upload beberapa gambar. BOLEHLAH KOMEN YE...kalau dapat berilah tip tip sikit agar dapat improve dari semasa ke semasa......

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Kindergarten (German, "children's garden") is a name given in many parts of the world to the earliest stage of a child's structured classroom education. Typically this involves 3-6 year olds. In some places kindergarten is part of a formal public or private school system; in others it may merely refer to nursery school (pre-school) or daycare.

History

Friedrich Wilhelm August Froebel officially opened the first kindergarten on 28 June 1840, to mark the four hundredth anniversary of Gutenberg's discovery of movable type. Froebel created the name Kindergarten for the Play and Activity Institute, which he had founded in 1837 in the village of Bad Blankenburg, in the small principality of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, Thuringia, Germany. The first kindergarten in the United States was founded in Watertown, Wisconsin by Margarethe Meyer Schurz Margarethe Schurz initially taught five children in her home in Watertown, Wisconsin, but was so successful that she opened her first kindergarten in America in 1856. While Schurz's first kindergarten was German-language, she also advocated the establishment of English-language kindergartens. The first English-language kindergarten in America was founded in 1859 in Boston by Elizabeth Peabody, who received her first exposure to a kindergarten from Margaretta Schurz in Watertown. Margaretta Schurz’s older sister Bertha Meyer Ronge opened Infant Gardens in London (1851), Manchester (1859) and Leeds (1860). The first publicly financed kindergarten in the United States was established in St. Louis in 1873 by Susan Blow.






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