The kids in our Maglaro Tayo! Workshop were in for a treat with this one: a class where one gets to play! Thanks to Kuya who served as assistant to Teacher Valerie, they learned the Filipino names for different parts of the face and body.
For the little ones in our Saling-Pusa Station, mommy and daddy helped write the big words: buhok, tainga, and bibig, and remembered the body parts through traditional songs, Sampung mga Daliri and Paa-Tuhod-Balikat-Ulo!
The kids had a bit of rest between strenuous games with a game of marbles, called holen. Those daliri found new skills in them, and a few of the kids were naturals! We could have moved on to a game of teks after that workout.
But tumbang preso truly captured their interest. With the help of a few tsinelas, a tin can, and their good pitching arms, the kids learned how to have fun with these simple items just like their counterparts in the home country.
Join us on Sunday, April 27 at OLCG from 3:30-5:00 p.m. Click on the registration link on the right.