Check out these 2019 summer talent camps and workshops for kids!

Check out these 2019 summer talent camps and workshops for kids!

Hey, kids! Thinking of what to do this summer? Make your vacation a fun and productive one by signing up for a workshop or enrolling in a talent camp. Not only will you learn a new skill or hone your talents, you’ll have fun and made new friends, too! We list down five awesome summer camps and workshops you can join:


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Promil iShine Talent Camp

A fun and interactive learning experience for children ages 6 to 11 years old, iShine Talent Camp offers workshops from art to ballet. You will train alongside experts who will help you discover and nurture your talents. For more information on schedule and registration, visit the iShine Talent Camp website.



MILO Sports Clinics

Love sports? Check out the MILO Sports Clinics. Choose from 19 different sports activities including Arnis, Wushu, and Ultimate Frisbee that you can participate in all summer! For more information, visit the MILO Sports Clinics website.



PETA’s Workshop Express

Do you have a flair for the dramatic? The Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) offers theater workshops for children ages 6-12 years old. You will learn about different disciplines in theater from creative drama to body movement. Polish those acting chops and register!  



Young Writers’ Summer Hangout/ Write Things Summer Workshop by Write Things

This creative writing workshop offers individual and hands-on writing sessions for you. Catering to kids ages 8-17 years old, you may opt to choose either the two-day session or the immersive six-day workshop. Gain the skills and know-how to write fiction, poetry, or even your future writing assignments. For more information, visit the Write Things website and their Facebook page.



Nature Farm Camp by Weekend Wild Child

Ever wondered how plants grow? Curious about how farmers live their everyday life? Find out in this immersive nature camp! You will spend your mornings doing farm chores—composting, planting seedlings, and more, while your afternoons and evenings will be all about exploring nature and telling stories. Visit Weekend Wild Child’s Facebook page for more details on how to register.




Text by Yen Cantiga.

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