D'Hercy Dance Blog
Here's a video of the D'Hercy Dance Co's Acadia Hoppers with their rendition of Michael Jackson's Billie Jean. Shot in April 2012 at the Acadia Housing Complex of UBC.
Thanks, Lisa, for being so quick to upload it.
One of the most popular YouTube video of all time over 200 Million Views.
Amazing kid in east LA creates a cardboard arcade. Everyone needs to buy the Fun Pass.
Who said boys can't freestyle? Check this kid out.
Another interesting TED Talk:
Alison Gopnik takes us into the fascinating minds of babies and children, and shows us how much we understand before we even realize we do.
"Babies and young children are like the R&D division of the human species," says psychologist Alison Gopnik. Her research explores the sophisticated intelligence-gathering and decision-making that babies are really doing when they play.
The thing about imagination is that it creates possibility where nothing existed before.
That is why my classes are the first stepping stone for endless possibility for your child’s intellectual development.
Imagination is the way that people solve problems they have never seen before. It is the pathway to the future for mankind.
Curiosity and Imagination are linked. Curiosity is the key that opens the box. Once the box is opened there are no limits to the possibilities.
For those who are suspicious: Pandora never had a box. She had a jar in the original myth.
We have an awesome line up of teachers who will amaze and entertain your child during Spring Break. From people from Los Angeles to locals have applied to teach Dance, Visual Art, Drama and Science.
This Christmas you can shop or just de-stress while your little one plays!Come and let them join Michelle in...
Exotic Adventures Christmas Camp
For 3 - 5 years olds
December 20, 21, 22, 23rd at Hastings Community Centre
9:30 - 1:00pm
They will have fun exploring along with Michelle the natural world through arts and science. Children will go on Arctic adventures, take submarines to visit underwater volcanoes and learn about exotic underwater arctic life forms. They will go back in time to the days of the dinosaurs and find frozen Woolly Mammoths. Children will bring back arts and craft artifacts from their adventures like ice castles, snowball fairies, polar bear paw molds and handmade submarines. They will learn about Inuit Myths, Canadian Winter Animals and hibernation. Story time, dancing, music and visual art are all used to facilitate children's magical travels to exciting polar caps and winter wonderlands. Travellers will need lots of snacks and water.
ADVENTURES TO GO ON! MYSTERIES TO SOLVE! FUN TO BE HAD!
Call 604-718-6222 to register, or register online.