SM Supermalls kicks off summer with exciting activities inviting children of all ages to learn new skills, discover another hobby and develop their talents through SM Summer ‘Musements in an SM Supermall near you starting April.
Parents who usually struggle with leaving kids at home during summer months now have more choices to continue enriching and entertaining their kids in the safety and comfort of their nearest SM Supermall.
The Kids at Work sessions, from April 18 to 30, is back to provide kids interactive summer workshops, where they can learn how to act, dance, draw and paint, sing, or play their first musical instrument. On April 1 to 12, participating SM Supermalls will hold music festivals and acoustic nights featuring well-loved music artists, as well as set up interactive playgrounds and art installations. Food tenants will also be offering special dining deals on April 21 to 23, April 28 to 30, and May 5 to 7.
Another anticipated highlight is the Grand Kids’ Zumba events from May 1 to 13, as this summer season can also be the best time for children to start healthy fitness habits. With online gaming as part of the key factors, studies show that the overweight rate of children in the Philippines has almost doubled over the last two decades. Play and sports are now available options in the malls this summer to provide physical exercise and social interaction for youngster of all ages.
Mall-goers are also invited to join the #SuperSummerAtSM2017 digital promo, powered by Vivo from April 1 to May 13. #SuperMoms and #IdolDads all need to do is to share their kids’ happiest summer moment on Facebook, then use its official hashtag #SuperSummerAtSM2017 for a chance to win exciting prizes.
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