Studies in the Philippines show that only three out ten children have access to daycare and any form of learning.
Yesterday, I was invited to the sneak preview of UNICEF Philippines 3rd Auction for Action at the Yuchengco Museum at the RCBC Tower in Makati where I was able to see the lust-worthy items up for auction to benefit a unique education program that will provide children access to early learning via Supervised Neighborhood Play Program.
Parents are generally unaware that various forms of play actually keeps children healthy and sharpen a child’s skill in listening, self-expression, observation and other skills for beginning literacy. Playing both structured and unstructured, lays foundation for a child’s development and confidence, develop language skills, thinking, planning, organizing and decision-making. Children learn language quickly and easily through hearing and singing songs, having stories told or read to them, repeating rhymes and playing games.
With all these said, I definitely am excited to bid for any item I can afford! There are just so many lust-worthy items you can bid for at this auction. Here’s just some of the items that caught my fancy!
I was immediately drawn by the SIGNED books by the authors themselves!
Waaah Mitch Albom signed The Time Keeper!
All these books were donated by National Bookstore! How generous!
I want them all!
Now with fellow book lover Kira Ramirez
Auction for Action is an online auction curated and presented by UNICEF Special Advocate for Children Daphne Osena-Paez that will start on October 21-27, 2013 You may visit www.ebay.ph/unicef. At the moment you may preview items for auction at www.unicef.ph
When I grow-up I wanna do something like Daphne does too! She’s such an inspiration!
Stay gorgeous everyone!