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Date: Apr 29 2018 - May 19 2018

Time: 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM

Address: Starlite St. Rancho 3, Marikina

2018-04-29 00:00 2018-05-19 23:59 Summer's here. Let the fun and learning begin at KCLC!

Kindergarten Camp Learning Center (KCLC) Marikina

It has been a longtime personal goal of the Directress, Lala Ticzon-Santos, to put up her own preschool. Her passion for teaching young children immensely drove her to broaden her horizon in the field of education. Learning the ropes of teaching young children was possible with the help and support of Dr. Felicitas Pado, Former Chairman of Teaching in the Early Grades (K-2) Department, College of Education (University of the Philippines – Diliman, Quezon City), who played a vital role in its existence. As an adviser, she continuously supported the project through her guidance in designing developmentally appropriate programs to potential young learners of the school. Great confidence was built up to provide quality education through imparted content-based instruction and interactive & integrated methods, which could help the school attain its goals and objectives. Only few schools offer literature-and-play based approach in Antipolo community. Majority of the schools are traditional by nature. This helped coin the idea of setting up a unique type of learning center in a conducive, family-owned compound in the vicinity. Kindergarten Camp Learning Center of Antipolo Inc. (KCLC) is in existence in the community for 12 years now with a growing population of more than 200 students. It only started with less than 10 students on its first year of operation. Currently, KCLC is the biggest independent preschool in the area with a huge population of preschoolers. Since KCLC has grown in the past years with the overwhelming success and achievement of its preschool students in the big schools of their choice, particularly, their ability to be independent readers upon graduation in Kinder as well as the support and demand of the Antipolo parents. As such, Ms. Santos aims to provide the same quality and holistic education, which has been the trademark of KCLC Antipolo, in the lower Antipolo and Marikina children and families. The addition of Joanne Tabora-Sison with her background in Family Life and Child Development in the University of the Philippines, Diliman Quezon City and her expertise in Singapore Math through her several branches of Mathemagis in various cities, would definitely be a great asset to the new branch of KCLC in Marikina Area. Ms. Sison would be a co-director with Ms. Santos. Together they aim to further strengthen the foundation and development of KCLC students in the areas of literacy as well as problem-solving through numeracy and purposeful play. Only few schools offer literature-and-numeracy play based approach in lower Antipolo and Marikina community. Majority of the schools are traditional by nature. We are very confident with our preschool program as parents coming from farther places choose to enroll their children in our preschool despite the distance and cost. We aim to have the same success in the new branch to cater to the needs of preschoolers in the new community.

Summer Classes

Master Readers (2 - 6 years old)

KCLC is well-known for its Beginning Reading Program. As early as the toddler level, children are introduced to the fundamentals of Reading. KCLC aims to send an important message to children that reading is fun, exciting and worthwhile. They are exposed to a print rich environment, nature of storytelling as well as to a wide selection of appropriate and intellectually stimulating materials in school. Their early exposure excites their imagination and encourages them to understand the world around them. It enhances not only their listening skills and vocabulary but also reinforces their speaking skills.

Math Buzz (2-6 years old)

Math Buzz emphasizes mathematical investigations in many different ways, building familiarity with numbers in playful multi-sensory situations carefully prepared by well-trained teachers and compatible with world-renowned math curriculum in Singapore and UK. The essence of KCLC’s math approach is its focus on hands-on activities as key to understanding math. Preschoolers use a variety of manipulatives which makes math learning more meaningful, practical and fun. With the use of manipulatives, students go beyond rote memorization of numbers and procedures and go deep into understanding number relationships, developing problem-solving skills and proficiency is calculations.

Cooking and Art (2-8 years old)

Kids enjoy creating artworks and mixing up yummy dishes in this playful approach to developing children's creative minds and hands.
103 Starlite St. Rancho 3 Kindergarten Campr info@kindergartencamp.com

Summer's here. Let the fun and learning begin at KCLC!

Kindergarten Camp Learning Center (KCLC) Marikina

It has been a longtime personal goal of the Directress, Lala Ticzon-Santos, to put up her own preschool. Her passion for teaching young children immensely drove her to broaden her horizon in the field of education. Learning the ropes of teaching young children was possible with the help and support of Dr. Felicitas Pado, Former Chairman of Teaching in the Early Grades (K-2) Department, College of Education (University of the Philippines – Diliman, Quezon City), who played a vital role in its existence. As an adviser, she continuously supported the project through her guidance in designing developmentally appropriate programs to potential young learners of the school. Great confidence was built up to provide quality education through imparted content-based instruction and interactive & integrated methods, which could help the school attain its goals and objectives. Only few schools offer literature-and-play based approach in Antipolo community. Majority of the schools are traditional by nature. This helped coin the idea of setting up a unique type of learning center in a conducive, family-owned compound in the vicinity. Kindergarten Camp Learning Center of Antipolo Inc. (KCLC) is in existence in the community for 12 years now with a growing population of more than 200 students. It only started with less than 10 students on its first year of operation. Currently, KCLC is the biggest independent preschool in the area with a huge population of preschoolers. Since KCLC has grown in the past years with the overwhelming success and achievement of its preschool students in the big schools of their choice, particularly, their ability to be independent readers upon graduation in Kinder as well as the support and demand of the Antipolo parents. As such, Ms. Santos aims to provide the same quality and holistic education, which has been the trademark of KCLC Antipolo, in the lower Antipolo and Marikina children and families. The addition of Joanne Tabora-Sison with her background in Family Life and Child Development in the University of the Philippines, Diliman Quezon City and her expertise in Singapore Math through her several branches of Mathemagis in various cities, would definitely be a great asset to the new branch of KCLC in Marikina Area. Ms. Sison would be a co-director with Ms. Santos. Together they aim to further strengthen the foundation and development of KCLC students in the areas of literacy as well as problem-solving through numeracy and purposeful play. Only few schools offer literature-and-numeracy play based approach in lower Antipolo and Marikina community. Majority of the schools are traditional by nature. We are very confident with our preschool program as parents coming from farther places choose to enroll their children in our preschool despite the distance and cost. We aim to have the same success in the new branch to cater to the needs of preschoolers in the new community.

Summer Classes

Master Readers (2 - 6 years old)

KCLC is well-known for its Beginning Reading Program. As early as the toddler level, children are introduced to the fundamentals of Reading. KCLC aims to send an important message to children that reading is fun, exciting and worthwhile. They are exposed to a print rich environment, nature of storytelling as well as to a wide selection of appropriate and intellectually stimulating materials in school. Their early exposure excites their imagination and encourages them to understand the world around them. It enhances not only their listening skills and vocabulary but also reinforces their speaking skills.

Math Buzz (2-6 years old)

Math Buzz emphasizes mathematical investigations in many different ways, building familiarity with numbers in playful multi-sensory situations carefully prepared by well-trained teachers and compatible with world-renowned math curriculum in Singapore and UK. The essence of KCLC’s math approach is its focus on hands-on activities as key to understanding math. Preschoolers use a variety of manipulatives which makes math learning more meaningful, practical and fun. With the use of manipulatives, students go beyond rote memorization of numbers and procedures and go deep into understanding number relationships, developing problem-solving skills and proficiency is calculations.

Cooking and Art (2-8 years old)

Kids enjoy creating artworks and mixing up yummy dishes in this playful approach to developing children's creative minds and hands.
Venue Address Starlite St. Rancho 3, Marikina
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 09175199858 Email:  info@kindergartencamp.com
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