It’s the last month of the year again. The breeze of the cool wind, the Christmas songs and the Christmas decorations that can be seen everywhere – these things are what making it look a lot like Christmas. When you come to think of it, it’s almost 2017 but the last Christmas was just like yesterday. Time flies so fast, doesn’t it?
Teachers took a quick trip to the Capitol grounds of Pangasinan to appreciate the Christmas decorations and they will tell us what are these things symbolize.
Come; let’s join teachers Akiko, Zara, Lanie and Rizza.
The Lingayen bay walk has definitely become a favorite hangout for a lot of people and a favored venue for various events. During the Halloween celebration, hundreds of zumba enthusiasts gathered for a “Zombie Zumba.” Zumba is a dance fitness program that has become very popular in the Philippines and is being held in the Lingayen bay walk every Saturday morning.
World’s Teachers’ Day, an annual day of teacher recognition begun by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1994. It is a special day across the globe during which all teachers should be thanked for the important work that they do.
Teachers’ Day is a special day for the appreciation of teachers, and may include celebrations to honour them for their special contributions in a particular field, or the community in general.
“There are no gardening mistakes, only experiments.” –Janet Kilburn Phillips
Gardening is one of the pastimes of mothers that are left home alone when the children are at school and when husbands are at work. It is believed that planting can reduce stress and is good for the soul.
Parrots Kun teachers took time to visit Lingayen market on a Saturday morning to check out the plants and flowers that are being sold there!
Here are teachers Jade, KC and Weng to show you what kind of plants they have found out.
The Philippines is a tropical country. It has two seasons: the wet season and dry season. The rainy season starts in June and lasts until October. The dry season starts in late November and ends in May.
Let’s face it, the rain can be huge in the Philippines and not everyone knows how to deal with it. But the good news is that it can take just a bit of outside-the-box thinking and you’ll actually learn to enjoy those rainy days too! Here are some things that could be done when it’s raining, raining, raining.
Teachers Jean, Zara, Cris and Weng went out to check what’s around the town during the rainy season. As you can see, they are using umbrellas with different colors and sizes. Those are very significant during this season.