Thursday, November 26, 2009

Aapko Pata Hai..

मम्मी बीज कैसे बनता है, मुझे नही पता... 

बीज ऐसे बनता है.. पहले मिट्टी होती है, पानी होता है, हवा होती है और वो सारी मिक्स हो जाती है... उसके बाद वो एक बीज बन जाते है.. ( There is a sand, water and air they make seed by mixing)

आप मुझे क्यूँ पूछ रहे हो.. ऐसे ही.. So now a days he has answers and shares with me also.. It is fun to converse with Siddharth...   

Last weekend was spend at Punjab.. On the way i saw cottonseed plants ,we stopped the car and went near to the plant.. Siddharth was excited to see and wondering how come a cotton grows on plants.. 


Siddharth in the fields of cotton at Punjab


We pluck one flower so that he can share in the class, below is the version of sharing... 

यह cotton का प्लांट है.. मैं जब अपनी नानी के घर गया थे, मैने रास्ते में यह देखा.. यह ऐसा एक प्लांट है, जो तोड़ने के बाद भी उग जाता है.. ( it is a cotton plant, i plucked it on the way to my nanny house, this is the only plant which grows after plucking also) 

Since we plucked a bud, and it converted into a flower after plucking.. which we didn't notice and Siddharth made a good observation.. 

The class teacher has kept the cotton plant in the school. to use again for the winter theme... and Siddharth is very glad .. Making me think again.. 

आपको पता है....

16 comments:

Neha said...

Siddharth is one smart kid...i will never get tired of saying this..:)

~Lopa said...

Awwwww, smart kid.
It's this eagerness to learn and know more about thinks helps them developing their logical part of brain.
Good going Sid :)

Apanatva said...

I agree with Neha .You could have corrected him by adding how air pollens help ,birds butterflies all help seed to travel one place to another . Oh no wait for some time next time he will give you the information .

Vivek Patwardhan said...

Little steps of Siddharth give great pleasure not onlt to you but to us too. Thanks for sharing,

Vivek

Tomz said...

Nice ..Hope u had a vice vacation in Punjab..I know that on the NH that connects Amritsar and Jaipur, we get guavas with masala brought by people from the villages..I have still its taste on my tongue even two years after my visit to Punjab

Rush said...

Thankyou so much for ur blessings Swatantra...hoping to see many more milestones together.
Now leme read the blogpost.

Rush said...

kids are so cute...their innocence never fails to touch. I bet we all have something to learn from the inquisitive minds.

Kavi said...

In bloom ! Perhaps !

:)

Varsha Shrote said...

That's a really good observation...and nice pic too. Sid is really smart, if they are asking questions, that means they are eager to learn. We should always encourage them to ask more :)
Great!
BTW cotton plants were an object of excitement to me also when I was a kid. I used to think how can cotton grow on plants? It dodesnt look like any flower or fruit :)

Antarman said...

The kid's curiosity makes them a learner,and there is no better teacher than nature.

sm said...

good observation
at his age.
thanks for the pic

The Holy Lama said...

We discover more with a kid around. Nice pic

cyclopseven said...

At each phase of life, each of us explore the world around differently. And, its time for him to arouse the exploratory nature of that age. Sometimes we may just run out of answers:). Nice to read.

Swatantra said...

Neha: Thanks you are very generous.

Tomz: Thanks!! Good to know about your memories.

Vivek Sir: Thanks so much!! Your words are always inspiring.

Apanatva: Thanks!! Sure i am waiting for that day..

Swatantra said...

Lopa: :)

Rush: Thanks for the wishes...

Kavi: True:)

Varsha: That's right!!

Antarman: You have said the inner voice.. It is so beautiful to learn from nature...

SM: Thanks:)

Holy Lama: Thanks:)

Cyclopseven: It happened with me most of the time.. :)

Sumandebray said...

The nature's way of teaching. curiosity is what we need to nurture in our children and ourselves... great post!