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Ajinomoto launches Virtual Experience: Be More where students and homemakers can learn about food safety, sustainability, and more!

Going on field trips or educational tours is one of the most exciting ways to learn. Before the pandemic, food factory tours were widely used as an avenue for interactive learning for students aspiring to be part of the industry. To replicate this activity, Ajinomoto Philippines Corporation (APC) brings its factory tour online with the launch of  The Ajinomoto Virtual Experience: Be More ,   this time not only targeting students but homemakers as well. Aside from a detailed tour around Ajinomoto’s factory, the virtual space is also packed with kitchen tips and games that everybody will enjoy.   “Meeting eager participants on factory tours is one of the things we miss during these times. More than sharing what we do, the tour has been an avenue for us to educate about food safety and proper nutrition, as well as to share our advocacy on environmental sustainability,” says Roann Co, APC’s General Manager of Marketing and Public Relations. “Now that we’re bringing it online, we are excite

Let's Talk About Shapes

Let’s talk about shapes

If there’s one thing I am guilty of is I never get the chance to sit down at least 30 minutes with my son to teach him about shapes, numbers and alphabets. But please don’t judge me because I don’t have a helper that’s why 24 hours a day is not yet enough for me.

When I do my domestic duties, I babysit the kids watching tv with their favorite videos. I make sure to limit it to at least three hours only. But still there are times that I exceed because multi-tasking is not yet enough to give them more attention.

But every chance I get to teach my kids with the basics I do it. The rest of what it’s in their memory bank is from the videos they watch and everyday, applications installed in the ipod and conversation we have here at home. I am quite surprised on how he identifies some things that I know I haven’t taught him yet. I am just happy that at least he has a retentive memory in a 32month old body.

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I always laugh every time I ask him to identify shapes but I am surprised that he can identify the basics already!

Circle – sirka
Triangle – kanggingga
Rectangle – wektangga
Square – kwer
Oval – ovo
Star – tar
Diamond – Diemon
Heart – hart

At first I thought he was wrong identifying shapes and other objects. But I was just not sensitive enough to hear what he was trying to say.

Hope you had fun!


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