Summer Programs for your little ones by The Learning Library!

March 27, 2019

Hiya, rookie mommas!

Summer is finally here! Ramdam niyo na ba? 

What's a better way to spend your kids' summer vacation other than going to the beach? - SUMMER CLASSES! But not just any summer classes.

If you're like me, who has a daughter who's grown-up with a lot of Youtube and English cartoon shows then you know the struggle. Other than a bit of language delays, I bet that your kids either has the Dora, the Peppa Pig, or the Paw Patrol accent. What's worst is that even if I speak to my child in Filipino, and Filipino is our main language at home, she doesn't seem to pick it up. Most of the words she uses is still in English.

The Learning Library has some of the unique classes for kids that I have encountered so far, simply because their classes are focus on Reading, Filipino, Writing. I believe that learning to speak our native language is still important today and it's becoming more difficult to achieve that because of technology.

The Learning Library is opening up these classes for the summer so be sure to check out their branches which just might be near you!

Reading Safari (ages 3-6)
A fun workshop for children getting ready to read: teaches letter sounds plus word reading strategies and develops the love of reading.

Wika'y Saya! (ages 4-10)
This workshop builds vocabulary and listening comprehension through different interactive activities. Guaranteed to make learning Filipino fun!

Speak Up, Write Now (ages 9-14)
A one-of-a-kind writing and speaking workshop that builds good composition and effective oral presentation skills

Panitikang Filipino (High School)
A one-of-a-kind workshop that builds understanding and appreciation of the literary works read in high school. 

The Reading Advantage (ages 3-16)
A complete reading and writing program with exposure to children's literature, from beginning reading to comprehension and composition

Wika'y Galing! (ages 3-16)
Anchored on Philippine culture and literature, this unique language program helps students acquire fundamental skills, confidence, and enjoyment in expressing themselves in Filipino.

The Learning Library has 12 branches in Quezon City, Makati, San Juan, BGC, Alabang and Sta. Rosa, Laguna.

Arya and I are very lucky to have a branch nearby our place so we're really excited to try one of their summer programs this year. We surely look forward to the experience and I'll definitely share it you guys! 

For rates and other inquiries you might have, feel free to check their website at or you can also visit their Facebook page at

Rookie Mommy PH - Totally thrilled!
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