Various activities such as Small Tales: Storytelling and Crafts for Kids; Little Fashionista: Fashion and Crafts for Girls; Camp Rock: Singing and Songwriting for Kids; and Superhero Art: Cool Drawing and Crafts for Kids were conducted during the 12-day long workshop. To conclude the summer program, Make Believe Productions recently held its culminating activities at Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street, Maria Montessori, and Imagine That! Creative Play Space in Three Salcedo, Makati City.
“This fun and engaging initiative of 3M Philippines with Make Believe Productions aims to build a relationship with the children while they are enjoying their talents in creating stories, visuals, crafts with the help of Post-it® and Scotch® products. We are more than happy to come on board and to be part of these children’s creative lives,” says Ms. Haydee Casapao, Stationery Products and Office Supplies Division Head of 3M Philippines.
During the workshops, the kids were provided with Post-it® and Scotch® Products such as the newest Scotch™ Kid’s Scissors, Post-it® Page Markers Ultra Colors, Scotch® Magic™ Tapes with Cool Color Dispensers, Scotch® Glue Sticks and many more.
All products are already out in leading bookstores and office supplies stores. 3M, Scotch® and Post-it® are trademarks of 3M.
In photo: Kids of Make Believe Productions act out as animal characters during their culminating activity to showcase their talents in acting, singing and dancing
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About Make Believe Productions
Make Believe Productions is a creative center that aims to nurture the natural creativity of the youth most especially kids at an early age through the use of mixed media arts.