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Looking For An Interesting Spot For Your School Trip? How About SEA LIFE?

07th November 2012
For most of us taking a field trip was one of the best parts of going to school, as it was considered a trip filled with fun and excitement. You get to leave your school premises and venture out into something that you have never experienced before, and a... Read >
Author: Carolyn Clayton

Enhancing Educational Experience With Field Trips

01st November 2012
Schools take students to different educational facilities that help them to get a hands-on learning experience and high interaction level than they usually get in school. Visiting aquariums for example, often have massive display tanks for children who ca... Read >
Author: Carolyn Clayton

How Educational Trips Can Help Teachers Make An Impact On Children?

01st November 2012
Educational trips not only help children learn better when they are away from their classroom environment, but it can certainly help teachers to a great extent in making great impact on children. Several studies have shown that a simple field trip on a su... Read >
Author: Carolyn Clayton

Fun Ideas for Playgroup Activities

24th May 2010
There are numerous definitions for playgroups. The dictionary defines a playgroup as a place for children not currently eligible for a formal education in elementary. In Singapore, it is a place where children can socialize and have fun. It is where kids ... Read >
Author: Alina

How to Promote Organic Farming in 3 Easy Steps

25th July 2009
Reach out to your Audience through Promotion Organic farming provides people with healthier food choices. This type of sustainable agriculture does not use harmful pesticides that decrease the nutritional value of foods and affect the environment in ma... Read >
Author: Girlie

Science for Kids - Mammals

01st July 2008
Unless you live underwater in some vast ocean, you will find that everywhere you turn a mammal or two will be in sight! In fact, even if you do live underwater, you may run into a dolphin or a blue whale, evidence that the world of mammals is as extensive... Read >
Author: Tracy Pridemore
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