It’s getting hotter by the day and we all know what that means – summer is near! And for us moms, that also means it’s time to look for summer activities for our kids to keep them happy and productive. For the past two summers now, my three oldest kids have joined The Learning Library’s summer programs and at least one of them will join again this year.
THE LEARNING LIBRARY offers English and Filipino programs that help improve comprehension and make learning enjoyable for your kids. By developing fundamental skills through enjoyable and accessible literature, they help advance independent learning critical to long-term academic success.
Their year long programs include The Reading Advantage, Wika’y Galing and Test and Homework Help. Because these are available year round, students can start anytime for any of these regular programs at any of their 8 branches in Quezon City, Makati, San Juan and Alabang.
Our Ziggy actually enrolled in their Wika’y Galing program several months ago because we wanted to help him learn Filipino. His first language is English and knew very little Filipino prior to enrolling in The Learning Library. The program took several weeks and I can honestly say his Filipino has already improved although I believe it will take more lessons to help him become fluent in the language.
Here is Ziggy featured in one of The Learning Library ads posted on their social media channels last year.
Anyway, I’m pleased to share with you the programs they will have for this upcoming summer season. Compared to the year-round programs which are usually administered individually, the summer classes are held by group, which is exactly what we want for Ziggy (who is homeschooled) this summer to give him a chance to interact with other kids in his age group.
The Learning Library will be offering Reading, Comprehension, Writing, Public Speaking, and Filipino for children ages 3 to 16.
Their summer workshops (Reading Safari, Beginning Filipino, and Speak Up, Write Now) are offered at Php 5,000 per run, while their year-round programs, Wika’y Galing and The Reading Advantage, have a fee of Php 2,500 per month. Fees are inclusive of assessment, materials, and book- borrowing privileges. Sibling discounts are available.
Students will be registered on a first-come first-served basis. So, inquire and enroll already as early as you can. The Learning Library provides free assessment so that the most appropriate program can be given to your child.
For inquiries and reservations, you may call The Learning Library at # 294-8081 and 0917-8282669 or through email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit their website at www.learninglibraries.com.