If you haven’t brought your kid to KidZania Manila yet, now is the perfect time to do so. Kids aged four to 14 can experience what it’s like to work in adult jobs and earn currency in the 10,000-square meter theme park. They will definitely enjoy going behind the scenes in the latest addition to KidZania, the Cream-O cookie factory where they can be cookie engineers and learn how to work together as a team, challenging their hand-eye coordination and their ability to follow directions to create delicious and chocolatey Cream-O cookies.
Kids will get to work with child-friendly machines that are specifically designed to simulate the process of making a Cream-O cookie. It features an interactive experience in cookie-sandwich making while getting a brief history about cookies, and learning about the importance of hygiene procedures and safety measures in manufacturing the cookie treats.
Apart from the Cream-O cookie factory, kids can also visit establishments such as a fire station, salon, supermarket, theater, as well as an urban garden and farmhouse. They can also choose from over 100 careers and live out their dreams of becoming a singer who entertains a huge crowd, a newscaster delivering the news, and even a detective who solves mysteries.
“We’re very glad to be a part of KidZania Manila in promoting role-playing as a fun and effective way for children to learn about the real world,” said Lance Gokongwei, president and chief executive officer of Universal Robina Corporation. “The kids’ experience becomes even more enjoyable and immersive as the factories allow them to get up close and personal with their favorite brands, such as Cream-O.”
Visit the Cream-O cookie factory at KidZania Manila today. For more information on ticket prices and schedules, visit manila.kidzania.com.
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