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Nurture Your Child's Love for Writing Stories With This Workshop!
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  • Let your child's imagination come to life through words with Ayala Museum's "Short Story Writing Workshop for Kids" on May 13, 2017, from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

    Guiding your kids will be children’s author Xi Zuq, a writer and reader from General Santos. He is the author of the storybook Ngumiti si Andoy, the chapter books Supremo and Pangkat Papaya, and the Filipino translation of Peter Pan. He also blogs about Filipino books for children and young adults.

    Zuk will help stretch the limits of your kids’ imagination through a fun short story writing workshop suitable for ages 7 – 12 years old. The little ones will try creative writing exercises and pen their short stories as the final output of the workshop. 

    The workshop fee is P 2,800 inclusive of materials, handouts, snacks, a certificate, one-day free admission to the museum and one-day free access to the Filipinas Heritage Library at the 6th Floor. 

    Ayala Museum is sweetening the deal for readers of its official media partner -- us! Pay the Ayala Museum member rate of P2,520 only by showing a printout or a screenshot of this story on SmartParenting.com.ph or any of Ayala Museum's social media channels when you register. 

    The deadline for registration is on May 6, 2017, with a minimum payment of the 30% reservation fee of P840 (balance must be paid on the first day of class). The Smart Parenting's promo of 10% discount is only applicable to those who will pay in full on or before the deadline.

    Payment can be made at the Ayala Museum counter or through bank payment to Ayala Foundation, Inc. (account no. 0011-1490-14) at any BPI branch. Deposit slip copies must be emailed at education@ayalamuseum.org
    You should receive a confirmation email from the Ayala Museum staff to confirm if your reservation has been finalized.

    To register, click here.

    For more information, email education@ayalamuseum.org or call 759-8288 local 8272. You may also visit Ayala Museum through Facebook, Twitter and Instagram


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