Get ready to see Filipino stories come alive and take home a part of them with you thru art- as we open our doors for the 3rd Summer Reading Camp this April 17, Sunday, from 10am to 4pm!
It will be a whole day of reading, storytelling and art activities for kids aged 3-12!
There will be teepees setup “camping in the city style” and three corners for them to explore namely:
READING CORNER –where they can borrow and read all the books they want from our Book Mobile Phils mobile library on site
ART CORNER – where they can unleash their inner artist by engaging in art activities related to stories read to them
STORYTELLING CORNER – where thay will listen and watch as children’s stories come alive via The Storytelling Project team and Ms. Isa Mijares.
ADVOCACY CORNER- where our partner NGO Black Pencil Project will be hosting a Paint-a-Pencil activity where blank pencils will be designed by kids and parents, and will be donated to BPP’s partner schools nationwide.
Aside from participating in these events, Adarna House will also be selling books on site at affordable rates.
An exciting surprise awaits the first 20 early birds (to arrive on the day) from our partner La Pomme Home.
Plus you can bring home a souvenir photo from our photobooth.
This event aims to rekindle and encourage a genuine love for reading in Filipino children, by spending one whole day doing reading related activities, ALL FOR FREE.
To register your child, please fill up this form http://goo.gl/forms/mQiPVXbpQb
The event is in partnership with Black Pencil Project, The Storytelling Project, Canon Philippines and McDonalds.
Activities are as follows:
9-10am Launch of Book Mobile Phils, Signup for the Book Mobile Phils Readers Club
10am-11am Storytelling sessions by The Storytelling Project
11am-12noon Art activities
12noon-1pm Paint a Pencil with Black Pencil Project
1-2pm Storytelling by The Storytelling Project
2-3pm Art Activities
3-4pm Closing/ Certificates for participants who completed the whole day event
For contact re this press release:
Lia Mañalac del Castillo