What kinds of music do we like? Is music universal? Do we listen to music that’s local or international? Do we play instruments? Let’s find out.
What makes your home town special? Share this with your GlobalLab friends and discover what they said about where they live.
You've submitted data about your towns, schools and classes. Now tell us a little about yourself.
How do streets get their names? Are street names chosen randomly or for a reason? Why is your street called what it is?
Heads? Or tails? We’ve all flipped a coin to settle a dispute, but is there really an equal chance that it will be heads or tails? Let's find out!
Are people in the habit of complimenting others very often? And, if so, are they sincere in their comments? How can we play a part in increasing the number of compliments given?
Are idioms a dime a dozen or are they on their way out? Are they widely used or becoming obsolete? As cultures evolve, how do idioms keep pace?
People of all nationalities have their customs and traditions. A folk costume is one of them. What do we know about traditional costumes of different countries?
Why would Humpty Dumpty sit on a wall if he knew he was likely to fall and break himself into a million pieces? Why ask Baa Black Sheep if he had wool, when he’s a sheep and he has plenty of wool? As you have already guessed, we are going to talk about Nursery Rhymes. What is so attractive about them? Are they so popular as they used to be?
We are surrounded by a variety of objects. Each of them begins with a letter. Let’s create an alphabet exhibition of objects together!
In this project students (or any other person) selects an area in the local beach and collect all the litre they can find. After this, the littler is cleaned, organized and separated according to its origin and category. By doing this, students not only clean their local beach but they identify the main sources of litre so as to create effective solutions to decrease it.
People like travelling, they do it a lot, as we live in a wonderful world full of different countries, beautiful cities, picturesque places, great monuments. Some travellers have visited most parts of the Globe and they can’t stop, they continue searching for something special. You are a manager of a travel agency and if you work hard, next year you will become the head of the agency. You want to have more people who will buy your tours. For that reason, you need to attract tourists including those who have been practically everywhere. What will you do to help you sell well? How will you attract travellers? Here, in this project you are going to create a virtual excursion to the most exciting parts of our Globe and be the first one among your rival agencies. Let’s see who will win and become the Head of the company!
Holidays! How we are waiting for them! Let us complete the list of holidays, not only the most popular but also unusual.
Where in the past, present or future would you like to visit? Tell us in an 30 second audio recording that you prepare and submit.