Sometimes it's the littlest, most mundane things that excite us the most. Take, for instance, my new stapler. Instead of using metal staples like a regular stapler, it punches, folds, and then tucks the pages into themselves. The result is an elegant, efficient, economical, environmentally-friendly, and super cool way to bind your papers.
Many parts of the USA are having unusual weather this winter. With this weather, we see many interesting phenomena, such as frost patterns, icicles, ice sheets on ponds, and the like.
Just when I thought I had seen everything, my sister sent me from Pennsylvania a couple of photographs of what looked like donuts that had been rolled in the snow. At first, I thought that someone had rolled up some snowballs and then hollowed them out. Then, I learned from her that these were created by nature!
Planificación de Actividades del Primer Trimestre
"A vida não está ai apenas para ser suportada ou vivida, mas elaborada. Eventualmente reprogramada.
Conscientemente executada. Não é preciso realizar nada de espetacular, mas que no mínimo seja o máximo que a gente conseguiu fazer consigo mesmo."
Сборник практических работ по среде программирования Scratch!!
Have you ever been to an Olympic event? Those of us who are lucky enough to live near an Olympic venue have the slim chance of seeing first hand some of the excitement, athleticism, and energy that surrounds these rare events. I was only 8 years old in 1984. We were living in San Diego, California, and my parents scored tickets for our family to attend the Opening Ceremonies of the Summer Games in Los Angeles. It's about 2 hours from San Diego.
The excitement is building! As I write this, the opening ceremony of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi is only a few days away. Soon, athletes from many countries around the world will march into a stadium and take part in one of the most moving events in all sports.
2013-2014 SEED Artwork Competition
2013-2014 SEED Artwork Competition Grand Prize Winner from Astrakhan, Russia Anastasia C., pupil of 5 grade at SEED school in Gymnasium № 3 Astrakhan city became a grand prize winning artist at the international competition The Earth: Above and Below.” More than 75 students from 11 countries took part in this competition, the main purpose of which is to develop the creative abilities of pupils, to help them think and act responsibly about the ecology and the environment.