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Maximize crucial window of child’s talent development

For parents, there is nothing more rewarding than seeing their child succeed. We all know the important role parents play in helping their child reach their highest potential. But did you know that there is a perfect time for parents to be present in helping unlock their child’s talents and passions?

“The crucial window of talent development presents itself only at a child’s critical age of learning, which happens during a child’s first six years. This is the optimum time for parents to help their child stimulate his or her brain. Aside from proper nutrition and a stimulating environment, parental support is imperative at this stage,” shares Dr. Joselyn Eusebio, a developmental-behavioral pediatrician.

Reality-based talent search Promil Pre-School I-Shine Talent Camp returns for its fifth year of enabling parents to develop, celebrate and support their children’s talents. Show’s host Rica Peralejo (left) is with Stage Camp mentors Georcelle Dapat-Sy and Rico Blanco,
and Art Camp mentor Robert Alejandro   
Further emphasizing the importance of parents’ role at this particular learning phase, Didi Manahan M.S. Ed., expert in early childhood and elementary education, and the directress and founding partner at Keys School Manila and Explorations Preschool says, “A child can grow or develop a talent through possessing life skills, and acquiring this set of skills entails thorough guidance and strong support from parents and teachers. It is vital that parents respond to their child’s areas of interest, strength and need, to ensure the child’s success.”

Having been the parents’ trusted partner for more than 20 years, Promil Pre-School aids parents in helping their children achieve their potential by providing them with the unique combination of brain and body building nutrients which help support learning during the crucial window of talent development, and by creating avenues like I-Shine that help parents hone their child’s talents to their maximum potential.

Now on its fifth year, I-Shine Talent Camp continues to enable parents to develop, celebrate, and support their child’s talents, while inspiring other parents to do the same.

Open to kids above three years old, I-Shine Talent Camp 5 has three camps: Stage Camp, which includes both singing and dancing, Music Camp and Art Camp.

The children are given the opportunity to work with high caliber mentors who are meant to draw out each of their talents and enable them to reach their full potential. Teacher Georcelle Dapat-Sy and Rico Blanco team up to coach the Stage Camp. Ryan Cayabyab shares his mastery of music to the Music Camp, while Robert Alejandro uses his artistic vision to mentor the Art Camp.

I-Shine Season 5 is bigger and better, allowing the participants more opportunities to celebrate, develop and showcase their exceptional talent, helping them become their best and is now accepting entries from kids all over the nation.

For more information, visit

www.ishine.com.ph

Topics: Promil Pre-School , Didi Manahan M.S. Ed. , Dr. Joselyn Eusebio , Keys School Manila , Explorations Preschool , Rica Peralejo , Georcelle Dapat-Sy , Rico Blanco , Ryan Cayabyab , Robert Alejandro , Promil Pre-School I-Shine Talent Camp
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