Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Exploring the Marketplace at Museo Pambata Museum

These pictures were taken in Museo Pambata, a children's museum located in Metro Manila Philippines. My nephews and niece were exploring the Marketplace area of the museum. This museum was built to stimulate the children's inquisitive minds, and discover new things thru hands-on activities. The marketplace promotes Filipino culture where children explore the neighborhood play-stores providing them ideas on entrepreneurial skills. This area would give them a formulation that these are important part of the community as well as give them an idea of becoming business oriented person when they grow up.Museo Pambata has seven cool theme areas to explore: I Love my Planet Earth, Children in the Global Village, My Body Works, marketplace, Old Manila, Career Options and Environment.I remember that this topic has been included in Social Studies/Civics subject in first grade.The kids love Museo Pambata Museum in fact, they don't want to leave just yet. The father promised them that they will come back next time.

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