Develop the love of reading through The Learning Library Summer Programs

This summer, let your kids develop the love of reading and appreciation of the Filipino language through programs of The Learning Library.

The Learning Library offers English and Filipino programs that help improve comprehension and make learning enjoyable. By developing fundamental skills through enjoyable and accessible literature, the Learning Library advances independent learning critical to long-term academic success.

  • Literature-based, highly interactive programs anchored on a collection of over 4,000 of the best children’s books
  • Close alignment with your child’s school curriculum to enhance academic performance
  • Detailed pre-and post-assessment of your child’s comprehension and communication skills
  • Excellent, experienced, and passionate teachers helping your children be the best learners they can be

The Learning Library is composed of teachers committed to using expertise and experience to help improve the quality of Philippine education.

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Program Offerings

The following programs are being offered at (12) branches in Quezon City, Makati, San Juan, BGC, Alabang and Sta. Rosa, Laguna:

Reading Safari 
A fun workshop for children getting ready to read: teaches letter sounds plus word reading strategies and develops the love of reading.

Wika’y Saya! 
This workshop builds vocabulary and listening comprehension through different interactive activities. Guaranteed to make learning Filipino fun!

Speak Up, Write Now 
A one-of-a-kind writing and speaking workshop that builds good composition and effective oral presentation skills

Panitikang Filipino (High School)

A one-of-a-kind workshop that builds understanding and appreciation of the literary works read in high school.

The Reading Advantage
A complete reading and writing program with exposure to children’s literature, from beginning reading to comprehension and composition

Wika’y Galing! 
Anchored on Philippine culture and literature, this unique language program helps students acquire fundamental skills, confidence, and enjoyment in expressing themselves in Filipino.

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Free Assessment

Know what your child’s needs are. Get a detailed description of his/her reading and communication skills — in English or Filipino. It’s absolutely free!

Tashy the toddler during the free assessment for The Learning Library program

Reading

The free 45-minute reading assessment is for children age 2-16. For younger children, we assess the following skills:

  • mastery of letter names and sounds
  • phonological awareness
  • reading and listening comprehension
  • reading and spelling ability

The assessment for older kids will cover the following skills:

  • reading and listening comprehension
  • writing composition and style
  • familiarization with English grammar rules
  • critical analysis of text
Our little girl loves books though she can’t read just yet 🙂

Filipino

The free 45-minute assessment for younger children will cover the following skills:

  • vocabulary
  • reading and listening comprehension
  • conversational skills

For older children, the assessment will cover the following skills:

  • reading and listening comprehension
  • writing composition and style
  • familiarization with Filipno grammar rules
  • critical analysis of text

Parents will be briefed on results immediately after the assessment. Appointments are required.

Locations

What’s great about the Learning Library is that their programs are being offered in several locations around the metro. Click here to check out the location most convenient for you and your child.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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