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4/26/2018

McDonald's Kiddie Crew Workshop: Your Kid's Fun and Learning This Summer



Mothers, you know the drill. Summer is the time of the year when after the pressures of school year, we get our kids to join skills enhancement workshops and what not.

When my children were younger I signed them up to be McDonald's Kiddie Crew for at least 2 summers in their childhood not too long ago.  See. I'm a stage mother like that.



McDo cheeseburger-making

Kiel and Esme designing their own happy meal box


badges for every activity accomplished!



The workshop runs for 5 days and they get to wear their own uniforms and mingle with the other kids.

Last weekend, bloggers were invited for to join the same workshop for one afternoon of fun and learning. This time, I brought my 5 year-old niece Esme and 7 year-old nephew Kiel.

The McDonald's Kiddie Crew workshop annual summer program is now on its 26th year. This was created for 6-12 year olds to experience all the fun things that make up McDonald's through play-based activities, allowing them to learn good values, build confidence and discover new talents, all in the company of new friends!


Esme and her happy meal toys






And what do you know, the Kiddie Crew Workshop, might just be the highlight of your kid's summer as they experience unique exciting activities like making their all-time-favorite McDonald's Cheeseburger and serving delighted customers with their orders from behind the front counter or in the drive-thru window! They also get to sing, dance and let their creative juices flow with different activities to make for a memorable summer experience.

The workshop started last April 2 with various workshop schedules that parents can choose from. The weekday workshop runs for 5 days and each day lasts for 2 hours.  You can also opt for the 2-day weekend schedule, with 3 hours per session.

To know more about the McDonald's Kiddie Crew Workshop, visit their website at https://mcdokiddiecrew.com

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