You Are Your Child’s Best Teacher: A Workshop by The Learning Basket

Ever since I became a Mom, I’ve always been searching for blogs, resources and communities that educate parents on how to teach their kids. It’s even my dream to homeschool Lyndel! But that’s another post altogether 🙂 I am happy to share that there’s an upcoming seminar for parents this March 23 (Saturday). It covers the basics on how to support your precious tot’s development.

Here are more details I got from Mariel, the speaker:

About The Talk:
“You Are Your Child’s First and Best Teacher” is for parents of children ages 0 to 3. It’s perfect for first time parents who may not yet be confident in their parenting skills and who want to connect with other parents.  It aims to help parents support their children’s development by exploring the mindset of being the first and best teacher, discussing the basics of child development, and providing examples and ideas of appropriate activities for each developmental level. It would be a good venue to share experiences and connect with other parents.
Wonderworld will be holding a special raffle for the participants
Mama Chows will be providing free snacks
Medela Moms is, well Medela Moms 🙂
Click on this link to register. Registration is P250 but it will be waived if parents buy a minimum of P500 worth of books or toys from The Learning Basket’s booth during the event, to encourage participants  to add to their children’s library/educational materials.
About the Speaker:
Mariel Uyquiengco is a Mother of two “littles”, a Kindermusik educator, children’s books lover, and an advocate of the idea that parents are their children’s first and best teacher.
Mariel says:

“I started The Learning Basket in 2011 to document the magical moments I’ve been having at home with my kids as we homeschool preschool. Encouraged by the response and inquiries from readers, I opened an online bookshop in 2012 together with my longtime friend Sanne Unson. I started giving free parent-education seminars too, to further my cause. The Learning Basket is more than a blog. Through the books and toys available at the shop and by partnering with local establishments in parenting events, I bring my message of intentional and involved parenting.”


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