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“La Vega” is a market located at Recoleta, Santiago, near of Mapocho river. In this market workers sell vegetables, fruit, peanuts, nuts, dried peaches, grapes, etc. 194 more words


Field Trip - Petting zoo

I’m trying to take the LM out and about to explore the world. I know it will help him gain knowledge and experience. Normally I would plan a trip that has more to do with the unit we will be learning but an oppurtunity has come up where we will be going to see the animals from Green Meadow Farm. 161 more words

Tot School

Field Trip: The Weather Network

Our field trip to TWN (unusual and fun:)

Last Friday we were lucky to have an opportunity to get inside the “weather business” and see everything with our own eyes. 268 more words


Spring Events

Workshop Status

Thank you for all the RSVPs.  We have determined we have enough to hold the workshop.  If you haven’t RSVP’d, you are more than welcome to come. 815 more words


Pre-K Playground Party!

After the author visit yesterday, our students were quite delighted with the opportunity to play on the newly constructed city campus playground. They quickly made new friends with the city pre-k and enthusiastically created chasing games, climbed trees, and made lovely music on the outdoor instruments. 23 more words

Weekly News

ISU Students Visit UNCOPUOS in Vienna

Compiled By: Mansoor Shar, UK, B.Sc Computer ScienceMSS15

A couple of weeks ago, a number of delegates from the International Space University attended the 52nd Scientific & Technical Subcommittee at the United Nations Committee On the Peaceful Use of Outer Space. 808 more words

Module 2

My bucket list got shorter

Venezuela is a beautiful country, with everything from deserts to rainforests, snowy mountains to seasonally flooded savannas. I’ve been fortunate to have traveled to many of the different environments along the northern coast, from the arid Paraguaná peninsula, where I saw the world’s largest grasshoppers, to the incredibly biodiverse Paria peninsula, where I swam at night in a bioluminescent beach and released sea turtle hatchlings. 984 more words

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