Eric Carle Day at Quriocity

I like doing new activities with the kids that veer away from the usual weekend activity (aka going around the mall!). So when I saw ManilaMommy shared Quriocity’s event on Facebook, I had to reserve a slot because it was the culminating activity for their Eric Carle month.

We had so much fun!
We had so much fun!

Quriocity, as I learned is an indieshop which houses quirky and artsy items. They also offer classes and sells hard-to-find books. It’s a place where in your curiosity will be tickled, both for the kids and kids-at-heart!

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Small plants and succulents for sale!
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So True Naturals available!
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For a small group, you can rent out their quaint space for workshops and classes. They also have an in-house coffee shop!

For a fee of P300 per person, we witnessed Eric Carle’s books come alive. Z super enjoyed the puppet show/storytelling of The Very Hungry Caterpillar and even volunteered to be one of the puppeteers! My animal-loving Y got especially drawn to the turtles and birds present. It was really a different experience for them! Showing them other forms of art and entertainment definitely got them curios-er!

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Cowabungaaaa!
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The caterpillar turned into a butterfly, Mommy!
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Yuuuum! Z was holding one of those, hehe!
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My little donya!

I’m looking forward to the next activity Quriocity is planning! There’s just a warm and fuzzy feeling knowing that there are more establishments that cater to learning are opening up.

Quriocity

2nd floor Crossroad Center, 79 Mother Ignacia Ave., Quezon City

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17 Replies to “Eric Carle Day at Quriocity”

  1. I love Eric Carle! Saan ito? I saw Martine de Luna once post her child’s art works based on Eric Carle books and I thought it was a great idea. But to have an actual, sort of exhibit to go to would reinforce the learning too. And mura ha, 300 lang.

  2. These are the kind of events I look forward to after I became a momma. I’d like to spend some quality time with my child doing stuff like what you did in Eric Carle Day. Quriocity would be a very good alternative to playhouses. I hope it opens a branch in the South, too. πŸ™‚

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