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The kids tap their artistic potential by being Little Van Gogh for a day. After having a little workshop on the basic foundations of painting like the different brush strokes and color mixing, they had the chance to interpret 4 of Van Gogh's famous paintings where each one of them created a very unique obra maestra!

Cambridge Binondo goes worldwide as they celebrate this year's Halloween party. Together with their parents, the kids enjoyed the fun activities that was prepared for them like the lantern decorating, photo booth picture taking and spooky sandwich making. They even went around the building for Trick or Treat while wearing their different national costumes! What a super fun day!

The best way to learn how a seed grows is by having the experience to plant and observe it. During Gardening Day, the Cambridge Binondo kids learned the different needs of a plant and then planted a seed for them to be able to observe how it grows. This activity is indeed a memorable learning experience for everybody!

There is nothing more adorable than little children dressing up as farm animals and bopping along to ‘Old McDonald Had a Farm’. On this special day, jolly Moo’s, Oink’s, Quack’s and Baa’s were heard throughout the Centre as the kids had the time of their lives pretending to be farm animals. They really enjoyed this activity, as this was a chance for them to experience what it’s like outside the hustle and bustle of city life.

Cambridge Binondo kids go oriental this September 8, 2014 by celebrating their version of the Mooncake Festival. It was a day of fun and laughter as parents and kids alike bonded over good food, exciting stories and games. It truly was a day worth remembering and repeating.

Cambridge Binondo kids love to roll up their sleeves and get dirty with paint, paint, paint. So for this term’s culminating activity related to the topic of Shoes, the students, along with their parents, each designed a pair of white shoes. This activity really fostered parent-child bonding, as well as unleash creativity and uniqueness of each individual, which is really what Cambridge is all about!

What better way to show nationalism and appreciation of the Filipino language than to celebrate Araw ng Wika in Cambridge Binondo. The students showed up wearing their best Filipino-inspired attires, sang tunes and played games from our beloved country. What a way to spend the day!