|The attentive hubby and excited baby :)|
After every short "lecture", Teacher Jo proceeded to demonstration of the idea she was trying to convey.The nice thing about it was, it's the children who actually participated with her help and the kids parent's assistance. Looking at the children's faces who joined the demo, I could say that they had fun.
|Demo with audience (kids) participation|
Before the seminar/workshop ended, a Certificate of Participation was given to all the parents who registered and attended. Of course, it would not be complete without the class picture. :)
|Me and my baby|
|Class/group picture :)|
Aside from the learning that all the parents acquired from the seminar/workshop, everyone took home a snack pack from Eats Happy and some freebies from Pigeon.
Also, I got to see again Mommy Ginger of Manila Workshops, meet for the first time, Mommy Sally of The Binondo Mommy and other mommy bloggers.
Moreover, there were age-appropriate toys on display that parents could look, skim over and buy. I was so excited to get the Melissa and Doug Alphabet Nesting and Stacking Blocks for my daughter because she still loves to "build tower" until now.
And I was right about buying it because as soon as we got home, she played it together with her Dad. Well actually, she played it first with her Lola when we went to her house right after the seminar.
|My mother-in-law and her granddaughter :)|
|Father and daughter :)|
It was indeed an afternoon of learning and fun not just for me but also for my husband and daughter. I'm glad that we all went. :)
The Ogalala System in Play is still holding this free seminar/workshop until September. If you wish to attend or would like to know more about it, please visit Manila Workshops.
If you ever get a chance to go to this seminar/workshop, please feel free to share your experience on the comments below. I would love to hear from you! :)