Jollibee Mini Managers Camp Summer Learning Experience for Kids

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This summer I want Jael to have a fun sociable experience. Though he’s been going to pre-school he needs more interaction and authority. Despite being a work at home mom I’m not as hands on as I’d like to be with a busy work schedule. Hopefully this program helps Jael develop a sense of responsibility and teamwork.

The Jollibee Mini Managers Camp is now on its second year and is exclusive to Jollibee Kids Club members. The six-day camp is designed to build the values of responsibility, creativity, and teamwork in kids ages 4 to 12 years old. Fun activities are set to get these leaders-in-training excited to try on their very own Jollibee store manager’s uniform and busy themselves with making friends, storytelling, arts and crafts, and Jollibee core values exercises.

“Kids hold a lot of potential, and they are at their best when they are having fun. Jollibee’s Mini Managers Camp builds on that and uses enjoyable activities to cultivate among children the values of teamwork, humility, responsibility, and excellence,” said Charisse Sumulong, Jollibee Senior Brand Manager for Channels & Kids Marketing.

For only Php600, parents and guardians of Jollibee Kids Club members can enroll their young managers at any participating Jollibee store nationwide. Non-members, on the other hand, can sign up as a Jollibee Kids Club member for just Php100 to get a JKC Happy Plus card and be eligible for the Mini Managers Camp.

Jollibee’s Mini Managers’ package includes a set of manager uniform, a camp kit complete with activity materials and a sling eco bag, snacks for the entire duration of the program, and an invitation to the regional culminating activity of the Jollibee Mini Managers Camp.

Sign up your kid boss for the Jollibee Mini Managers Camp today and bring them over to the jolliest place, where children learn leadership by having fun. Visit your nearest Jollibee store or follow /JollibeePhilippines on Facebook.

 

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Jollibee New Birthday Party Theme Jollirace

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The newest birthday party theme from Jollibee has arrived! They’re revving up with JolliRace, their newest and coolest addition to the Jolly Kids Party. 

You’ll get a fun Grand Prix experience with this party theme where boys and girls can have a blast on their special day with balloons, relay games, awesome prizes, and a delicious cake to give them a birthday party set at full speed.

Mascots Jollibee, Yum and Popo will thrill party guests in this one-of-a-kind celebration. All these, plus Jollibee langhap-sarap favorites Chickenjoy, Jollibee Spaghetti, and Yumburger meals, make the JolliRace Jolly Kids Party a sure winner among kids and kids-at-heart.

An Exciting First Race

We were able to attend the preview of racing fun at Jollibee E. Rodriguez where it was officially launched. The new JolliRace Jolly Kids Birthday Party theme welcomed media guests, radio personality Delamar Arias with her sons Cooper and Parker, and celebrity mom Bettina Carlos with daughter Gummy and nephew Camilo Marco.

We enjoyed some party games and I got to join one as well! Jael and I took advantage of the photo wall and had our picture taken.

During the event Jael got to play, join a game, and color. He took home party goodies to go with his jolly, cool memories of the event.

Recreate the thrill of the racetracks and enjoy the newest and fastest route to a memorable birthday celebration today. Parents booking a Jolly Kids Party can mix and match party elements for 30 or 80 guests with Jollibee’s “Create-Your-Own Package” option.

After choosing from among Jollibee’s four special themes: Jollitown, Hello Kitty, FUN-tastic Factory, and the newest JolliRace, parents can get in the back seat and let Jollibee host the jolliest party experience for their kids.

The Jolly Kids Party is available for booking in store or set up in chosen locations. For more information on birthday fun that is up to speed, visit Jollibee Party.

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Benefits of Nursery Rhymes from Babies to Toddlers

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Almost every child has grown up singing and listening to nursery rhymes. No childhood is complete without it. From catchy rhythms to fun words, nursery rhymes can bring the brightest smiles and tons of giggles to a child’s face.

With the onset of digital technology nursery rhymes are no longer confined to books but are readily available on social media like YouTube. The Hey Kids channel has some of our favorites. Who can forget classics such as Rain Rain Go Away, Incy Wincy Spider (my personal favorite!), Old MacDonald Had a Farm and more?

Nursery rhymes aren’t only just for fun though. They have positive a impact on our little ones. From babies to toddlers let’s discover the benefits of nursery rhymes.

Development of language skills

As soon as babies are born they’re introduced to nursery rhymes. We usually use these rhymes to soothe and play with our kids but did you know that along the way you’re already helping your child develop his language skills? They’re introduced to new words and phrases through these rhymes. It also helps build comprehension as they try to understand the rhyme.

Repetition for memory

Rhymes usually repeat lines and the repetition in the rhymes help kids learn recall. Repeating the lines can help children master their own techniques to memorization as they form the rhymes in their head and sing them. A perfect example is Old MacDonald Had a Farm. With this rhyme children have to remember the sequence that they’ve sung the song.

Produces a love for reading

Some nursery rhymes are handed down through generations and some we get from children’s books. I had a few nursery rhyme books for the kids and we would sing and read to it. They learned to like books because they were fun. They engaged themselves in the stories wanting to learn what would happen.

From this children can have a love for reading which hopefully progresses to a lifelong love for it.

Comfort and soothe

I sang nursery rhymes to my kids in lulling tones and funny voices. Either way they were meant to comfort and soothe them. To assure them through my voice that I was there for them and that they were safe. I often a night sang these rhymes to put them to sleep. This is why when we hear these rhymes we can get nostalgic and warm.

The Incy Wincy Spider can be a lullaby as proven with my three kids. They would get excited upon hearing it and as I sang the song sometimes up to 10 times in a row they would be lulled and comforted.

What are some of the nursery rhymes you enjoyed as a child?

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