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Museo Pambata

A few weeks ago, I attended the 3rd Philippine Homeschool Conference while the kids with their aunt and their dad went to Museo Pambata. This is their 2nd time there but they had a great time as usual!

Our Museo Pambata Trip

My sister, Kyla, Toby and I went to Museo Pambata today. Museo Pambata is located at Roxas Blvd. just between Luneta and the US Embassy. The entrance fee is 100 pesos per head. If you are a resident of Manila City, you get 50% off.

The kids had loads of fun. I was so happy that Kyla and Toby enjoyed their 2 hours stay there. We didnt even realize that we were there for 2 hours already. The museum had lots of historic pictures and information for the children. They also have environmental experience and explanations. They also have art galleries, with creations of kids displayed. There were science experiments and body parts section too.

Here are some of our pictures…(i wish i brought my Canon DSLR but since i wasnt able to bring it, i had to use my Nokia N70 to capture the moments!)

Mommy Moments – Museum Day

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May 18 is International Museum Day. Since my family loves to visit museums, I will share some of our recent museum trips! Our most recent museum trip was The Mind Museum. It was a wonderful place for exploring minds. The place was interactive. Actually, the place is packed with information so a return trip is necessary to enjoy the other areas.

Another favorite is The Ayala Museum. We LOVED the diorama section of the Philippine History in the 2nd floor. It was really visual and the kids enjoyed their time listening to the stories while looking at the diorama piece. We also enjoyed the Manga exhibit at the Ayala Museum had at the time we visited.

And the first museum the kids loved was Museo Pambata. Though some of the stuff inside looks a bit old and worn, the place is still a hit! They enjoy every time we go! And best of all, the entrance fee is very affordable.

Museums are great places to visit. Everyone learns something new! A fun and educational way to learn and create some great memories as a family!

Mommy Moments – Congratulations!

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Congratulations to all moms who have kids who graduated or moved up another grade level! Indeed, these are proud Mommy Moments! If your kids are not yet going to school, I am sure they have their own achievements which you can share with us today… Share your proud mommy moments today!

As you guys know, my kids are homeschoolers and this is our first year to homeschool. We are very happy with the results. We have finished our 1st grade curriculum and she will take her OLSAT (Otis-Lennon School Ability Test) exam soon.
Our first year of homeschooling generally went along fine. I had to adjust my daily activities so that we can homeschool everyday. I learned a lot too… I learned how to discipline myself in terms of internet usage, I learned how to prioritize what really matters, I learned to become more patient (still learning!), I learned to be more creative.. but above all, I learned more about my kids. How they respond in particular situations, what they really think and what is important to them. It is a blessing to be able to train and guide our kids while they are small.
We were also very blessed that we were able to join homeschooler’s support group here in Sta Rosa Laguna. And that we were able to find a ballet class nearyby which Kyla enjoys! We were also able to go to field trips like Museo Pambata, Yuchengco Museum, Fort Santiago, Zoobic Safari, Butterfly Garden and La Mesa Ecopark. We were able to watch theater productions like Sleeping Beauty and Christmas Ballet. It is family bonding – at its fullest!

I am pretty excited to see and hear from you! Happy mommy moments!

Art’s Cool!

Another exciting summer activity for the kids especially if you live in or near Manila.
This is Museo Pambata’s Art’s Cool!
Check it out!