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Wow WEG was incredible, I am sure that everybody agrees with me. In school we really enjoyed it.
I just want to say well done to everybody who participated, even if you did not win anything you did your best, that is the important thing.
Guatemala WEG 2013 Ambassador.
Hi I’m Mateo, the Ambassador of Ecuador in World Education Games 2013.
I would like to thank and congratulate you all for working so hard and competing so well, especially those that were in the Hall of Fame.
I hope that everybody will continue playing next year so we can meet, compete, and laugh again!
Thanks World Education Games for uniting millions of children around the world in education and fun learning.
All the best, everyone!
Hi, Mi name is Mateo. I’m 12 years old. I am an Ambassador representing my country, Ecuador, in the World Education Games. My school , Sek Ecuador, am I are working hard to compete in World Literacy Day, World Math Day, and World Science Day. Today it is World Literacy Day and we all compete,we give all of us for getting a good score, and we are waiting for tomorrow, World Math Day.
Good luck and have fun every single person in W.E.G 2013!!!
Hi, I’m Jorge Armando, from México. I’m very happy to represent my country as an Ambassador for the World Education Games 2013.
I study in Centro Escolar el Encino, here the whole school is like one big family and we are very excited about the challenge that the WEG 2013 represents for us.
We are sure that all of our hard work over the past few weeks will help us in this adventure.
Good luck to everyone!!!
My best regards
My name is Ana and I am the World Education Games Ambassador from Mexico. I go to Pan American School, which is in Monterrey, N.L.
My school has a lot of natural spaces, it has a soccer field and a basketball court.
All teachers and students are very motivated to join the competitions and are working hard in the build up to 5-7 March!
I’ll keep in touch and I wish you the best!
Hello my name is Carmen. I am 11 years old and I am the Ambassador for Guatemala.
I am really excited about this year’s competition. My sisters and friends from school have started practising already.
There are a lot of posters around the school and everyone is getting prepared for the Games!
Wish you all luck,
If you haven´t finished your games in Science this is the right time to do it!
March 6 was a reeeeaaaally busy day! My school opened at 6 a.m, and we stayed there until late. In the afternoon, we had a lot of special visitors, one of them was the Guatemalan Minister of Education!
Photo credits: Regina Zimeri, 6th Grader
Also, the press has been keeping track of what is going on. A reporter called this morning to gather more information and pictures about the games. He said an article will be published tomorrow in the national newspaper El Periodico. I will make sure I send it to you.
On the other hand, this article written in Spanish was published in today’s paper:
You can see the electronic version here:
I want to thank 3PLearning for all the promotional materials sent. They really made a difference! Having a bracelet of the World Education Games has become a new trend.
Don’t forget to present your project for the Constructivist Medal!
Talk to you soon!
Ambassador Adriana, Guatemala
The World Education Games have started and I’m very pleased to see that all countries are playing a great role in this International event!
Keep up the good work guys!!!
I wish good luck for all of you, and hope this event does not only help to improve our math, spelling or science skills but make our bond as humans of all countries even more stronger.