Monday, September 23, 2019

Casas-Tumuran: Youngest McDo kiddie crew

Kangaroo’s Pouch

THEY made cheeseburgers. They served customers from behind the front counter and drive-through counter. They had an exclusive tour at the kitchen. They had the chance to experience these first before it officially starts in April 8.

Kids, ages 6-12 years old, have surely got an idea on what activity to indulge in this summer!

McDonald’s has announced that the registration for McDo Kiddie Crew Workshop: Explorer Edition is now officially open.

The workshop starts in April 8, with various workshop schedules you can choose from. The weekday workshop (P695) runs for 5days with each day lasting for 2 hours, while the two-day weekend workshop (P595) lasts for 3 hours per session.

McDo has been promoting Kiddie Crew Workshop for 27 years now.

“Ang mga activities natin, mga adventures siya of an explorer,” Ashley Santillan, McDo senior product manager, said.

Of course, Yanna, although not yet qualified for the real workshop, but got the chance to interact and play with other kids and no less than Ronald. (Did I just mention that we are officially part of Davao Digital Influencers? This is our first event as a vlogger-member. Thank you for inviting us! Don’t forget to watch our vlog on our Youtube channel— Ara Casas-Tumuran. Like. Comment. Subscribe. Yey!)

Summer for kids must be filled with learnings through hands-on activities to develop their social, and verbal and non-verbal communication skills. A Filipino line says, “Minsan lang sila maging bata.”

(The writer appreciates comments, questions, and story suggestions. Contact her through, Ara Casas-Tumuran on Facebook, and @tumuranfamily on Instagram.)


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