How to Identify a Gifted Child? A question that I am interested to know, having a son who is a fast learner. Being a hands-on mom of two, I've been taking notes of my kids' milestones. The most challenging part of my parenting is with my first born child. He is a fast learner kid, an advantage on the positive side. But, there's an issue in a traditional school that he easily gets bored when he already knew the lessons. So, when I was invited in a parenting talk "Giftedness101" with speaker Ms. … [Read more...] about How to Identify a Gifted Child?
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Music brings joy and a feeling of hope to everyone who hears it, which is why the www.Singforhope.org organization has created a special “Sing For Hope Pianos Project.” This amazing project, put forth by this innovative non profit organization that puts professional actors and musicians in the places where their talents are needed most (in schools, nursing homes and the subways and streets of New York), is dedicated to bringing music to the New York streets. … [Read more...] about The Pianos Project
Western Union, a long standing supporter of The Ambassador, Consuls General & Tourism Directors Tour (ACGTDT) to the Philippines just launched “Share-a-Dream: Heroes for Better Fundraising”. It aims to raise funds for multimedia libraries to selected schools in the Philippines. The annual tour is a heritage expedition organized by the Department of Tourism and the Department of Foreign Affairs. This year, the expedition will … [Read more...] about Western Union Share-a-Dream Fund Raising Campaign
Clean toilet is one of the things I maintain at home. It is because I want to keep our toilet germ-free to prevent my family from being sick, especially my children. This is why I join the pledge in the advocacy of Domex’s One Million Clean Toilets Movement of raising awareness for toilet appreciation and sanitation. Please watch the "Fiesta" video and I am sure that you will join the pledge too. The Domex Fiesta video shows … [Read more...] about Domex Fiesta Video For Clean Toilets, Germ-free Communities
Countless individuals are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. While the survival rate has gone up considerably since breast cancer was first discovered as a disease, around 40,000 women die from it each year. The interesting thing is that about 84 percent of women survive more than ten years after diagnosis versus the 65 percent rate of survival that was ten years ago. The improvement in survival rates is thanks to a better understanding of what makes breast cancer tick and awareness that … [Read more...] about 3 Potential Breakthroughs that Could Treat Breast Cancer Better