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Friday, July 11, 2014

EVENT: Ogalala System in Play Child Development Workshop

As a mom, I like my 10 month old son to learn something new in everything that he does. I love to see him grow and development while having fun at the same time. As a teacher, (although I teach college students) I want to be able to teach him to develop a love for learning. I want him to enjoy the wonders of the world and to be always curious about the things around him Thus, I believe play is an essential part of his learning  Although it sounds easy, I find it challenging to find ways where he can play and learn at the same time. I don't have an idea of what play or toys can trigger his imagination, creativity, and curiosity which can help him learn. There are also studies that say that different learners, learn differently and so one method may work for one child but not for everyone. Thus it is important for me as a parent to adapt to the environment of my child and understand him as a unique learner.

This is exactly what Ogalala System in Play addresses. As Ms. Mae Yao Co Say, the genius behind Ogalala and a mom herself say, "Mothers have intangible goals. I want my children to be happy and fulfilled - and I'm sure it's what other mothers want for their child, too. The role of Ogalala is to make these goals tangible. the brand aims to help raise a warm, light-hearted, curious and global child." The wide range of Ogalala toys encourage fun and enjoyable learning while giving the family time to bond as well. It will give the parents more opportunity to get to know their children as learners and be able to provide the best way to help them learn.

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Good news, right? But want to hear better news? 

The Ogalala System in Play will hold a child development workshop starting from July 19 to September 20, 2014. The workshop is open for infants (0 - 12 months), toddlers (1 to 2 years) and preschoolers (3 to 6 years) Different sessions will be given for each age range and will be conducted in Toy Kingdom, Megamall.
And just to make the news even better, the workshop will be given for free. Just send an email to info@ogalala.com or through www.manilaworkshops.com with the following information to confirm your attendance:
Full Name: 
Your Child's Name: 
Your Child's age: 
Session you are attending: 
Mobile number: 
Who will attend with you and their name: 
(They highly recommend you to tag along your spouse or your child's main caregiver)

Schedule of Ogalala System in Play Child Development Workshop Series

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"If they can't learn the way we teach, we teach the way they learn."

For more information, you can visit Ogalala's official site: www.oga-lala.com
Like them on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OgalalaWorld
Follow them on instagram: @ogalalaworld
You can also read and register here at Manila workshop's site: 

See you there!:) 

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