Our Field Trip to Pinto Art Museum

We went to Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo last Holy Week. It was an unplanned visit but we were pleased that our trip to Antipolo was hassle-free and traffic-free.

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When we arrived at the place, we immediately liked the ambiance and the architecture. It wasn’t crowded and there were many paintings to see. They were made of different mediums and different sizes.

The kids favorite pieces were these ones:
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We spent about 2 hours in the entire museum. Be sure to bring fans and be ready for some heat. The entrance ticket price of 150 pesos for adults and 75 for kids was worth it!

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!

Ninoy: My Hero Exhibit

Last August 25, we visited SM Megamall and we saw this Ninoy Aquino Exhibit!

The life story of Ninoy Aquino was displayed and each photo had a short description of the highlights of Ninoy’s life. It was a great exposure trip for my kids as they learn about who Ninoy Aquino was and what role he played in the lives of the Filipino people.

In the next level of the mall, there was a section of portraits by Filipino artists depicting Ninoy Aquino’s life and legacy.

It was a wonderful exhibit and timely too – aside from the fact that we just celebrated the 28th death anniversary of Ninoy, we were also studying about National Heroes in our Social Studies too.


Trinoma Visit

It was our first time and probably the last (since its really very far) visit to Ayala Trinoma Mall in North Edsa last week…. And this is what we saw…

we were impressed with the mini garden outside…

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!