Wednesday, June 4, 2014

May rundown of the most popular posts


Mother's Day

Hello again. Spring is back, finally ! The weather outside is warmer. The best idea on the last Sunday afternoon ? A walk on the beach watching the sunset. It was so nice and relaxing!

In Portugal May began with Mother's Day, on the first Sunday. Mother's Day is celebrated on different days in many countries of the world, yet most commonly on Sunday in March, April, or May. In France Mother's Day is celebrated the last Sunday in May. And in Norway on February the second Sunday. Well every country has its own traditions.

On June 1st, three days ago, we celebrated Children's Day. Enjoyable day.



Street Art
photo credits : José Oliveira Jools

Many countries, including Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, hold Universal Children's Day events on November 20 to mark the anniversaries of the Declaration of the Rights of the Child and the Convention on the Rights of the Child. 

However, other countries hold events on different dates, such as the fourth Wednesday in October (Australia) and November 14 (India). 

Two important celebrations to the families

And now, as usual at the end of every month I take a look at the posts that received the 10 most views. 

Here the most popular posts in the month of May:

World Day for Culture Diversity, for Dialogue and Development 

Schools : Islands Photo Call 2014 & Rachel Carson 

Éducation : Centenaire Iere Guerre Mondiale 

Women in Science : Google doodles in school 

Education : Europe Day 2014 

Global Action Week on Education & Disability 

Langue Française : Larousse et Petit Robert 2015 

International Day of Families & Education 

Education : let's talk about Museums 

Environnment & Education : IDB 2014

Hope you could catch some interesting ideas to your own lessons. My usual readers know I write in English, French, and Portuguese. On May I wrote in English and French.

Wherever you are this week, I hope that the spring weather is treating you well !

"Ask yourself what you can do to help us connect our students to the 21st century." 

Barak Obama

G-Souto

04.05.2014
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