Archive for the ‘Kids Fun’ Category

Spending Singapore National Day with SpongeBob SquarePants

Sunday, August 9th, 2009

I have a new friend, his name is SpongeBob SquarePants!

Spongebob Squarepants Family

Oooo…how cute~

This year’s national day, I am afraid that I have to stay at home partly due to the notorious H1N1 virus. But still, it doesn’t mean that I am not celebrating the national day with the rest of the fellow Singaporeans. Firstly, today is a holiday (although we will have another replacement holiday tomorrow); secondly, a national day is still a day worth remembering for gaining its independence.

One thing special on this year’s national day: I am spending it with SpongeBob! 🙂

When I found myself so addicted to this fictional animated comedy, it’s already no doubt that I am an adult with a kid’s heart. I laughed so hysterically in every episodes and kept revising that every funny scenes. Oh, I am so helplessly in love with Spongebob!

To remember this special day that I watched the SpongeBob series, I made this piano sheet:

Sponge Bob Square Pants Theme Piano Sheet Preview
Sponge Bob Square Pants Theme Piano Sheet Preview

This extremely short piano sheet is in its original key, i.e. G Major. Lyrics and chords are included.

Ermm…sorry guys, but you’d have to imitate the start phrase (in French accent) by yourself before entering the melody. Just like how the cartoon begins:

Pirate in Spongebob Squarepants

Captain: Are you ready kids?
Kids: Aye Aye Captain.
Captain: I can’t hear you.
Kids: Aye Aye Captain

Without any delay, play this piano sheet below and sing your SpongeBob SquarePants theme.

Download link for Sponge Bob Square Pants Theme Complete Piano Sheet

Arrival to Earth (Transformer Theme)

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

When I first watched the Transformer Movie, I’ve never thought that my childhood cartoon can be turned into a violent and serious movie.

Transformer Movie Poster

There was war, blood, sacrifice, heroism and of course, lots of actions. When the Transformers rarely speak, they DO look and behave like alien. After revising the cartoons after I watched this movie, I began to realize the difference: The transformers in the old-favourite cartoon speak a lot and to me, they are just robots in the cartoon!

Although the plot is still about “The triumph of good over evil” and “How Transformers live along with Humans“, I believe that a lot of us would just want to see how Micheal Bay bring our favourite cartoon characters to life.

The theme song: Arrival to Earth is one of the best songs in the soundtrack from this movie. Composed by Steve Jablonsky, it sounds like when Optimus Prime and his team are ready for the battle.

Transformers Arrival to Earth Piano Sheet Preview
Transformers Arrival to Earth Piano Sheet Preview

This piano sheet is in its original key, i.e. C Minor and later transposes to D Minor. You will experience a gradual step-up in key transposition from Bar 21 to 31 until it finally settles down at D Minor, which is at Bar 32.

As usual, chords are included. No lyrics because the Transformers don’t sing (Except Bumble Bee who can sing with his radio).

I know, this is so lame. Sorry guys~

I have designed two piano sheets in fact, one simple piano sheet for all and another more rounded transcription which is meant for 3 hands. Of course, you can choose to play 2 lines out of the 3.

Perhaps a little preview on the TRIO VERSION?

As this trio version is originally designed for more instruments, Ah Doe had sacrificed her 2 sleepless nights to produce this piece of work. If you do appreciate my effort, please help to contribute to my small little piggy bank.

Price: USD 10.00

The complete piano sheet and its demo (In MP3 Format) will be emailed to you upon purchase. Should you have any questions regarding the purchase, please visit this page: How to purchase piano sheets from or email

However, if you opt for the simple version, which is free for download, you can directly click the link below:

Download link for Transformers Arrival to Earth Complete Piano Sheet.

Doraemon Theme

Wednesday, December 12th, 2007

Have I told you lately, that…I like Doraemon?

Doraemon Start

That’s the only comic that I know how to read till now even it is not labeled with number sequence. I am not sure why, but I guess Doraemon is more “children-friendly”, and that perfectly suits my childish character sometimes. Doraemon is so popular that their episodes co-exist with different languages: Japanese (Of course), Chinese, Malay, Cantonese etc.

Remember the famous “Ang Ang Ang” Doraemon tune as well? There was a not-so-funny joke related to its tune as well…

Question: What is Doraemon’s favourite colour?
Answer: Red…

If you wonder why…

Doraemon repeatedly sang “Ang Ang Ang” in its theme. Well, problem is, “Ang” means red in Hokkien..

See, I told you it is not funny at all…

Since we talked all the way to its tune, perhaps you are interested in the piano sheet as well.

Doraemon Theme Piano Sheet Preview

The all time famous Doraemon theme piano sheet is ready for download, again, in PDF format.



If you thought that Doraemon is a robot, you are wrong! Totally wrong! Do you know that Doraemon has decesdants?

Doraemon’s kids