Kids look forward to summer not only because school’s out, but also because they’ve got all this time to make new friends, learn new things, and experience new adventures. At Expo Kid 2017 last weekend, kids found out how exciting the next few months can be with the great selection of summer workshops and classes offered by the various activity providers and exhibitors.
There were classes for aspiring astronauts and programmers as well as programs for athletes and musicians. Here, the kaleidoscope of activity providers at Expo Kid 2017 for easy reference:
Aqualogic Swim Co.
Aqualogic’s Aquababes program for babies six to 35 months helps infants and toddlers develop a love for the water while engaging in swim activities that accelerate their physical, mental and emotional development. Its Aquatots and Aquakids programs for kids three to 14 years is a creative, non-traditional, and structured approach to teaching swimming.
0917-858-2782 / 703-6386
Bert Lozada Swim School
Bert Lozada Swim School (BLSS) is the biggest swim school in the country. From a single venue in 1956 (YMCA Manila), it now has 56 venues all over the country. It offers swimming programs for all ages, from babies and kids to teens and adults.
2401 Tejeron, Sta Ana, Manila
BrainRX Learning Center
The center offers brain training in order to enhance a student’s core ability to learn faster, easier, and better.
Unit 202 McKinley Park Residences, 3rd Avenue near 31st Street, Taguig City
801-2475 / 0917-7785889
Dolldalita offers doll making workshops for children who love making things with their hands.
Its award-winning and internationally recognized art programs enrich the creative minds of your children.
Junior Academy for Coding Knowledge (JACK)
JACK introduces your children to the wonderful world of coding. It offers programs for basic coding and robotics, virtual reality, and game design and development.
Junior Astronaut Academy
Help your child launch his dream of being an astronatu with this program that gives him a taste of astronomy, space exploration, engineering and robotics, and physiology. The cadet fee of P11,800 includes a flight suit, a cadet kit, and astronaut snacks.
Kidz Art Philippines
Kidz Art offers drawing programs for children four to nine years old; sketching, calligraphy, manga/anime, and fashion design for kids 10 years old and up; and painting lessons for kids, teens, and adults.
925-9950 / 0917-855-9644
The world’s leading music and movement program, it has programs for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and big kids.
913-5124 / 0917-536-8745
The Learning Library offers enrichment programs in reading writing, and Filipino. For the summer, it has the Reading Safari for kids three to six years, Beginning Filipino for kids four to seven years, and Wika’y Galing for kids three to 16 years.
294-8081 / 0917-8282669
Trumpets Playshop will get your children singing, dancing, and perfirming with classes in Children’s Theater, Musical Theater, Street Dance, Modeling, Public Speaking, and Hip Hop.
0917-5864-177 / 818-1111 local 235
Urban Ashram will be offering a Kids yoga program as part of the Milo Summer Sports Clinic 2017, from April 17 to 28.
Young Coders hopes to inspire future digital creators with their modules on coding, animating, designing, and constructing for children three to 15 years old. Package rates are available.