Manila Day Care Center held a two-day trick or treat for the students and for the community. The kids dressed up and wore their best Halloween costumes. They *tried* to scare Certeza Street residents and the kids ended up getting more candies! Is there any other Trick or Treat activities here in Pandacan (or even in Manila)?
In Beata, Baranggay 837 Zone 91 just held a United Nation Parade. Through the supervision of their Chairman Reynaldo Cabrera and his Kagawad(s), they managed to put a humble show for their neighborhood. Councilor Joy Dawis of District 6 of Pandacan also helped in the event.
The event was hosted by Teacher Ver.
Children from 3-6 years old participated very well. Some of the songs they sung are: “Hawak Kamay“, “Over the Rainbow” (solo from Ms. Sweden named Ysabella) and a dance number from Kinder one (Mr. Greece and Mr. Japan).
The children are all adorable in their costumes and the proud parents smiled as they guided their kids in the parade.
After all the parade and some intermission program from the kids, Chairman Cabrera awarded a Little Mr. & Ms. UN. Judges were chosen from the office of Councilor Dawis to avoid any favoritism.
The winners: 4th Place: Mexico & Singapore 3rd Place: China & Cambodia 2nd Place: United King & Spain 1st Place: Thailand & Vietnam Mr. & Ms UN: the pair of Mongolia
See more pictures (85 of them!) in the slideshow! Or you can click here to view the photoset on flickr! (Kiko: May nakita akong mag-ina na pamilyar ah! :P )
Sean was just a little over 3 years old when his mother – Amor, a 1011 member – took a video of him reading sentences on a computer.
Sean is currently in nursery at Manila Day Care Center, and according to his teacher, he is ‘advance than other kids his age’. During his enrollment last summer, Sean was able to demonstrate his various skills: numbers, colors, shapes … he even knows several flags already. Reason why his teacher wanted to move him up to Kinder 1, which Amor politely declined. She thought it would be better for Sean to remain in Nursery.
Watch Sean read in this 37 secs video!
You can head over Amor’s personal blog to learn more about Sean. There’s a part 2 of this “learning to read” video, only this time, Sean is reading a book!
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