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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!

Small plants and succulents for sale!
So True Naturals available!
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!

The caterpillar turned into a butterfly, Mommy!
Yuuuum! Z was holding one of those, hehe!
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.


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



17 replies on “Eric Carle Day at Quriocity”

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.

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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