Teaching by definition is to impart knowledge and making interventions to learn.
Over the years, Parrots Kun progressed in terms of quality education and competent teachers. It visually discerns its purpose to communicate ideas and inspire conversation to all its students. As what Mark Twain once said:
‘It is noble to teach oneself, but still nobler to teach others ‘.
Teachers conspicuously show the books that they used for learning.
Books main objective is for global literacy and this is what the teachers of Parrots Kun are conspicuously showing as they will serve as the emissaries of learning.
Every time you give, you give kindness. Giving is easy and possible over the busy holiday season.
Traditionally, the holiday season is a time to give. Give money or things to your special people or to favorite charities with your whole heart.
As we enter the Christmas Season, some of us may think and worry about so many things-indoor and outdoor decorations, special gifts, food and drinks, holiday shopping, travels, family reunions, parties here and there, etc… There are many ways to prepare. But….
Parrots Kun family decided to share some blessings to the kids!
The holidays are fast approaching! Or should we say the holidays are UPON US? Yes, that’s more like it!
So begins the endless Christmas commercials invading our TV and radio waves. Beginning this week with the cool breezy air tumbling into Christmas tree chopping down and decorating, then a slew of holiday parties, Yehey!
This time every year we have the feeling of uncontrollable tumbling through the days. The eminent arrival of the holidays creates a very frantic feeling in the salon. Everyone has family visiting or they’re traveling to visit family members elsewhere, preparing their homes for house guests or deciding what to pack for their journey.
What do you know about this country? Is it a country or an Island? Many asked if how many islands are there in the Philippines. Well, there are no less than 7,107 islands in the Philippines, and they include the main island of Luzon and this is where we are heading.
It’s a beautiful fine day in Parrots-kun and the feet of the happy campers should wonder somewhere. But I have a question for you reading this blog, “what’s in it for you why you need to go to Alaminos City, Pangasinan?’’
Check it yourself like these explorers from Parrots-kun did.
Halloween, a contraction of All Hallows’ Eve, is a celebration observed on October 31st, the day before the feast of All Hallows’. The celebrations and observances of this day occur primarily in regions of the Western world, although some traditions vary significantly between geographical areas.
Halloween here in the Philippines is not like the Halloween in the Western countries. Although it’s a big holiday, we celebrate it in a different manner. Halloween in the Philippines lasts from the eve of October 31st (or even before this day) to November 2nd.
Our Beloved Congressman Bataoil in the Lingayen town promotes a healthy living lifestyle to all the people and this one is just a fun family activity that we do can join every year. At the end of every October 31st for the past 3 years.
As a part of the contest, contestants needed to register to be qualified including teacher Phoebe on the left, Joy, May, Lanie and Hanna.
Teacher Joy as a mummy, teacher Lanie and teacher Hanna as pretty witches, teacher Phoebe as a white lady from the movie Annabelle and teacher May as a nun.
Once upon a time on a beautiful morning in Parrots-kun, there were students and teachers who tend to just embrace the beauty of reading and studying and continue to be productive in the learning process.
They seem too serious with books engaging themselves into something that will make them fruitful.
And after a few hours of spending time in studying,