Dancing is one of the gifts given by God to everyone. Everybody knows how to dance especially with great music of their choice. How about, if you are to dance but you are required to interpret it in full detail as to win in the contest.
It was really the challenge to every performer of the Quirino High School, Project 3, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines Interpretative Dance Contest 2014 to the song KARANIWANG TAO by Joey Ayala. The participants need to interpret the environmental song with matching props and distinct moves.
Whether it is the first day of school or the 20th, teachers are always looking for back to school science and math activities for their kids. That's where PlanetSEED comes in. Check out these free STEM activities for you to do in the classroom.
- Need a science ice breaker to get your kids mingling and talking together? Try Sea Ice and Glaciers. Your students can discover how melting sea ice and glaciers affect the level of the ocean (And how fun is it that this ice breaker actually involves ice?).
Welcome to one of SEED's photo caption contests! How does it work? All you have to do is to submit captions for what you think is being said or thought in each of the photos below. It's easy and fun!
But wait! Those are photos of ... vultures! Aren't they?
My company is big on safety. All employees take lessons and are tested on things like road safety, fire safety, office safety, and more. It keeps us safe on and off the job.
One of the safety videos I remember from many years back was on personal health and safety. I.e., keeping our own selves safe in common places, like the office. The video was graphic. It showed how a simple personal artifact (a wedding ring) could do a lot of damage to a person's finger and hand if it gets caught in a drawer. Necklaces, watches, earrings, and any type of jewelry can be hazardous in certain environments, like in a construction zone or oil rig. The video didn't say you should never wear any type of jewelry. But it did remind us to be aware of ourselves and our situations, and that in certain environments jewelry should not be worn.