Iloilo City library gives modules for kids

Photo from Iloilo City Government

THE Iloilo City Public Library (ICPL) will be producing more interaction modules for children aged four to 10 years old.

The first batch was made and given out in May to educate children while staying home amid quarantine.

"As soon as this module will be done, we will post this on our Facebook page and the parents can copy and print this freely," City Librarian Marion Aguirre said.

She added parents can also visit ICPL at second floor of City Hall and can have the modules for free.

"We are doing it on our own, we are doing this for our children. We are also prioritizing kids with special needs to educate them, to give appropriate learning and to make their mind work," Aguirre said.

The module is composed of English, Math and Arts for the creativity of children. (PR)


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