Christmas is the season of giving and sharing and I believe one way of sharing the love of Christ is reaching out to those who are in need and the underprivileged.
This year, I’ve been at the NIDO Science Discovery Center several times primarily to witness, attend and write about the events happening inside the science museum. Thanks to SM Family Entertainment Center for inviting me!
What’s inside the NIDO Science Center?
It holds a plethora of science concepts. From the history of transportation, the human body and the sea to the futuristic robots.
It’s a learning venue for all kids and even kids at heart who wants to know more about Science.
Well, it’s an interesting subject from primary to college, isn’t it? And after exploring the NIDO Science Discovery Center, I was even more amazed. Our kids are lucky to see facilities such as this.
When in NIDO Science Discovery Center, don’t forget to visit the Planetarium and discover the galaxies and the stars. It can accommodate 150 people. Another attraction is the replica of Lolong. It is said to be the world’s salt water crocodile in captivity sheltered in Bunawan, Agusan del Sur. It is estimated to be 50 years old.
My last visit at the science museum was sometime in November wherein I saw children of Dumagat tribes. They came here together with their teachers and representative from Lifelong learning, a group of mobile teachers from the division of Antipolo city.
I was able to interview Mr. Gallego of Lifelong Learning, short yet meaningful. My heart was touched as he shared his passion and commitment reaching out to these families and their children where education and basic needs are limited. The group’s aim is to give provide them education they also deserve through mobile teaching.
Truly, Christmas is giving without expecting in return. Kudos to Lifelong learning and to those who continue to help and support these children.