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Last summer, all our three kids had an opportunity to try out The Learning Library’s summer workshops. My girls were able to take the Blog and Feature Writing workshop that helped them greatly with their high school writing requirements this school year. My then four-year-old boy was able to take the Reading Safari workshop for young kids, which helped him develop a deeper love for books and stories.

I’m really satisfied with my kids’ experience with The Learning Library’s summer workshops last year and am planning to enroll at least our now five-year-old boy in a more advance reading class with them this summer. In case you’re also interested, I’m pleased to share with you here more information about what The Learning Library has in store for your kids this summer of 2016.

The Learning Library

The Learning Library Education Cooperative,which began in 2005 as the Scholastic Learning Center, is an educational enrichment organization that aims to develop the love of reading and learning in children of all ages. They offer literature-based learn to read, beginning reading and reading comprehension classes in Metro Manila as well as Filipino and Araling Panlipunan lessons and Filipino speaking tutorials run by excellent reading and Filipino teachers.

From one location in Loyola Heights, 11 branches are currently in operation and managed by The Learning Library Education Cooperative.

The Learning Library Summer 2016 Workshops

The Learning Library Summer aims to make this summer extra fun for your kids! Enroll your them in The Learning Library’s exciting summer workshops, including Reading, Comprehension, Writing, Public Speaking and FILIPINO for children ages 3 to 16.


The summer workshop fee is only Php 5,000 for all programs, except for Big School Boost (Php 6,500) and Talas-Salitaan (Php 3,600 for 30-minute sessions over two months). Fees are inclusive of assessment, materials and a book-borrowing privilege.

The Learning Library will have two runs of its workshops.
Batch 1: April 4-29, 2016
Batch 2: May 2-30, 2016

You can choose among a variety of different workshops to suit your child’s age. Below are the various English workshops and their respective schedules.


If you prefer Filipino workshops, they also have those. Check out the schedules below.


Take note that the time of the workshop may vary per branch so do check with the branch of your choice.

To ensure the quality of their workshops, slots have been limited. Students will be registered on a first-come first-served basis.

Another great news it that The Learning Library offers early bird and sibling discounts too!

Enroll now up to March 15, 2016 to get 5% off from workshop rates for the April run, and 10% off for the batch in May.

For inquiries and reservations, please contact the branch nearest you. You may also reach The Learning Library at numbers 290.8081, 433.3135 and 0917.828.2669 or through email: [email protected].

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  1. I’m planning to teach Yuri how to read and write this summer and how I wish we could attend this workshop! Sana merong counterpart here in Davao.
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    1. Awww, yes, I hope they open branches in the provinces soon, Maan. 🙂
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  2. I am really excited whenever I hear workshop openings. These workshops are indeed helpful. Mu boys get to enjoy their summer vacation plus learn new things and also gain friends. You would know if they enjoy and like the experience because they would talk about it almost everyday on mealtimes and even before going to bed.

    1. That’s so true! The best workshops are those that not only teach our kids valuable things but are also enjoyable for them. 🙂
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  3. This is such a great activity for kids especially summer na!

  4. Sounds like a fun event! Sayang my lo is still a baby, next year perhaps. 🙂
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  5. These are great workshops for kids this Summer!

  6. Great to know! I’ll share this with my friends. Summer is a great time to learn stuff.
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  7. I can’t wait for the little one to be old enough to attend these workshops. We’re still a few years away, but I’m already taking note of the things I’d want us to try when the right time comes. Thanks for sharing this 🙂
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  8. I’m interested in the writing and speaking workshop, I think my kids need the speaking part more.
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  9. Yaaay! I can’t wait to let my (almost 1 year old) son try this one! May be when he’s big enough for this na. 🙂
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  10. It seems like my daughter can do with one of these summer workshops. Cheking it out soon.
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  11. A couple of my friends have been asking about reading and writing workshops this summer. I’d recommend this to them. Although I’m thinking of getting my child in it too. Will give it some thought. 🙂
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