Chooks-to-Go and Bounty Fresh Chicken recently partnered up with Winged Wonder Learning Center, a tutorial center that provides special education to children of all skill levels. The partnership created a program of fun learning activities for both moms and kids and it ran from April to May, with each activity an exciting opportunity to learn and interact.
In the first leg of the program, various arts and crafts activities were conducted based on stories from the Bible. These were held at Fully Booked Alabang Town Center and Fully Booked Bonifacio Global City. Attendees also got to know Chikoy and Tom Crew, the entertaining Chooks-to-Go mascots, through a puzzle hunt game and coloring activities.
At the Frozen Encore, the children dressed up as the character Elsa while enjoying arts and crafts sessions inspired by the popular Disney movie.
Part of the Winged Wonder summer program is the Mini Chef session that allowed the children to showcase their creativity with food. In one of the sessions, they got to learn how to cook the Bounty Fresh Top Torikatsu as well as plate it using sauces and vegetables, learning how to do food art in the process.
The special learning program culminated on May 23 at Fully Booked BGC. Parents of the participating kids were more than happy to see all the artworks their talented children had produced over the course of the program. All the children were given certificates by completing with flying colors.
Attendees were also treated to different surprises from Chooks-to-Go and Bounty Fresh Chicken, like the #DiskarteNaMayArte question-and-answer game for the moms, and the special chicken dance number care of Chikoy and Tom Crew!
Through this successful partnership, Chooks-to-Go and Bounty Fresh were able to help foster relationships between moms and kids by giving them fun and surprising learning experiences. With programs like these, parents take away more than knowledge but a deeper relationship with their child that brings more joy and delightful surprises at home.