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3 Awesome Summer Activities For Kids

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It's that time of the year again when the kids are on vacation and excited to take a break from their textbooks!

While it's great that your kids are enjoying their break doing things they love, we don't want them to be idle too. Summer is a great opportunity to enhance their talents and skills. Not only that, extracurricular activities can help them make new friends, too! 

Whatever your kids' interests are, there's a workshop that can match it. Here are three popular ones they can enroll in: 

Main photo from: Timcraft UK.

Jollibee Mini Managers Camp

WHO: Kids ages 4 to 7 years old 
WHAT:
A six-day workshop where kids are taught and exposed to Jollibee values, store practices, story telling, burger making, arts and crafts, dancing and so much more! 
WHEN: April to May 2016
HOW TO JOIN: For members of the Jollibee Kids Club (if you aren't yet, you can enroll for only P100!), all you have to do is pay a fee of P500—this is inclusive of a Mini Manager Uniform, Certificate of Completion, snacks, and Camp Kit with a sling eco bag, reflection journal, art paper, bond paper, crayons, pencil and name plates. 

To learn about the participating branches, click here. For more updates you can follow them on Facebook.

Photo from Jollibee's Facebook page.  

The Archery Academy

WHO: Kids 9 years old and above 
WHAT:
 
Archery lessons with professional coaching
WHERE: The Archery Academy, 5th Floor, Intrawest Centre, #33 Annapolis street, Greenhills
WHEN: 
Lessons start from April 18 and May 9/ MWF or TTHS from either 9:00-11:00am or 12:00nn-2:00pm
HOW TO JOIN: 
Beginners must pay a fee of P8,500 while returning students can re-enroll for P6,500.   

For more details, you can follow them on Facebook or call them via 0917-803-7422. 

Photo from The Archery Academy's Facebook page. 

The Learning Library 

WHO: 
Kids ages 3 to 10 years old  
WHAT: English and Filipino reading comprehension skills to improve communication 
WHERE: The Learning Library has 9 branches located in Quezon City, San Juan, Pasig, Taguig, Alabang and Makati. 
WHEN: The next run starts on May 2 and ends on the 30th! 
HOW TO JOIN: For registration details, class schedules and fees, you can call 294-8081 or 0917-828-266.  

For more details, you can visit their website or follow them on Facebook.

Photo from The Learning Library's Facebook page.   

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