Let your child learn through play with Ogalala System in Play
Children nowadays learn from a lot of things: from observation, TV, and other forms of media. But, as my guidance counselor sister said, one of the best ways for a kid to learn is through play. It’s not too imposing and not too stressful for his/her young mind, plus it’s a more enjoyable way of discovery.
And this is where Ogalala System in Play comes in. This system addresses the need to adapt to how kids are able to learn new things, and that is through play. It’s an enjoyable way to discover a whole new world of knowledge and at the same time encourages the children and parents to bond and communicate.
Know about Ogalala System and Play by joining the Ogalala Child Development Workshop, which will happen on July 19 and 26, August 2 and 16, and September 6 and 20.
The workshop will cover the following:
I. AVP introduction of Ogalala
II. Welcome message from Maye Yao Co Say, COO of Internationale Globale Marques, Inc. (IGM)
III. Brief introduction of IGM
IV. The Ogalala System in Play
a. Brief rationale
b. Infant, toddler, and preschool development insights
c. The Ogalala Schedule
d. Demo of activities (with children)
V. Q&A and Insight Sharing
Know more about the Ogalala System in Play Child Development Workshop from Manila Workshops: http://manilaworkshops.com/2014/07/ogalala-system-in-play-child-development-workshop.html. You can also register for this event. And it’s free, too. Limited slots only, so be sure to register to secure your slot.
Know how to make learning for your children more fun. Join the Ogalala System in Play workshop!