You would have heard chants of A-E-I-O-U, spoken like true Filipinos, from our new group of kids. There were also strains of Lupang Hinirang, which we will continue to learn and practice through all the workshop sessions. The children also learned the correct way to display the Philippine flag, and a general idea of how the country's many islands look like.
Our Saling-Pusa kids colored the flag and traced the names of the islands. But learning about manners and etiquette cannot be done with just pencil and paper! They got up to show respect to elders, touching hand to forehead and saying Mano po! They also practiced those short vowel sounds in Magandang hapon po! and Paalam po!
But birthday parties aren't complete without frosted cupcakes so after singing Maligayang bati!, they sat down to a birthday snack to end their first workshop with Paaralang Pinoy.
Join us next month for Bahay Kubo: Pansit and Menudo in the Menu.
Sunday, November 16
St. Joseph's Center
Our Lady of Good Counsel
8601 Wolftrap Road