Jollibee Talent Camp 6 Days Overview
As an intentional mom, my motivation in raising my son is to give him what ever is the best and the most helpful for him. My goal is to prepare him for life as a productive adult and to develop his God-given talents and abilities.
With that in mind, I am doing my best to help my son acquire multiple intelligence that will help him in the future. I try to expose him more in the real world. I don’t just make him do what is “in”, but I make sure that whatever activities he does will be helpful for his well being.
That’s why I am glad when Jollibee invited us to experience their 6 days Jollibee Talent Camp. I thought that this Talent Camp will be beneficial for him in terms of socialization and following instructions.
JKC Talent Camp is a 2 hours workshop for six days that aims to boost confidence among school-aged kids (6-12 years old) through a series of interesting activities like dancing, singing, acting, drawing and burger-making.
Here are the things they did for 6 days:
Day 1: Introducing Self / Learn the “Dito Masaya” Song /Practice Dance Steps (through Saggidy Sa Popo tune) / Act / Telling a Story
All focused to Kuya Shahein while explaining the “Dito Masaya” theme song
They were also grouped into 3 to create an act that is based on the story given. These two were Ren’s team mates that day.
The story is to act like you’re inside a vehicle. Ren acted like the driver and the two were his passengers.
After that, they did a circle time and they had a “dugtungan ng story” activity. The facilitator will start a story then the kids were asked what do they think will happen next. Surprisingly, Ren did great in this activity, even I was surprised. This activity improves kid’s imagination and predict outcomes.
Day 2: Introducing the person besides you/ Practice the “Dito Masaya” Song and Dance / Draw on the Story Board
The story board were created per group. Ren was assigned to be part of Group 3.
After that, they were given a piece of paper and that they needed to draw something based on what was indicated on the story board. This was Ren’s work:
Day 3: Act what’s on the Story Board / Create a Musical Instrument / Practice the “Dito Masaya” Song and Dance
This was what Ren and his group needed to act:
… and here was their interpretation. Ren acted as the father, the little kid was the remote control while Elijah (the one standing) was the TV.
After that, they created a musical instrument. They were asked to bring a plastic cup, some rubber bands, mongo seeds or rice and paper pins. Ren created a maraca.
Day 4: Practice Blocking on what’s on the Story Board / Create an Invitation / Practice the “Dito Masaya” Song and Dance
don’t mind the wrong spelling 🙂
Day 5: Practice the “Dito Masaya” Song and Dance Plus acting of Story Board for the Graduation/ Burger Making / Learn to Wash Hands properly / Played Games
They played “follow me” games. I was happy to see that Ren was good in following directions 🙂
After games and graduation practice, the kids got ready for the burger making. They were asked to wash their hands first.
… and finally they were asked to create their own Yum Burger.
Day 6: Graduation Day!
What I like about the Jollibee Talent Camp?
1. Registration Fee is Affordable- For only P500 (if you are a Jollibee Kids Club member) or P600 (if you’re not), you’ll get to join the Jollibee Talent Camp. You’ll get a FREE T-shirt plus meal for 6 days. Sa meal pa lang bawing bawi mo na yung registration fee. If you will use your old JKC T-shirt, you will just pay P200 on registration. This also includes the Certificate of Completion. Sobrang Sulit!
2. Handled by Trained Instructor– Kuya Shahein who handled Ren and the other kids was articulate. He can make the kids look and listen to him. He’s a cool instructor which is why the kids from different ages liked him. I think that their group also train crews from different stores who will handle the Talent Camp.
3. Meals for 6 Days – You’ll get different food variety for 6 days.
this stub is for 5 days and on the Graduation day, they were given a Jollibee Chickenjoy with spaghetti
4. Mascot Appearance– On the Graduation day, Jollibee himself delighted the kids with his presence and danced to the tune of the “Bida ang Saya” song.
5. Tons of Activities– They will not just sing and dance but they will also learn how to act, draw, create arts and crafts and make their own burger.
I gave Ren some questionnaires and this was what his feedback on this years Jollibee Talent Camp:
1. What were the things that you did at the Jollibee Talent Camp?
2. Which activities did you like the most?
3. Who are your friends?
4. What did you think of Kuya Shahein?
5. Do you like to go back to the JKC Talent Camp next year? Why?
We are looking forward for the next summer and attend the JKC Talent Camp again.
For more information on how to be a Jollibee Kids Club member click HERE
Kristina Villa says
This is a great activity to keep kids busy while they are on a break. I’ll be looking forward to letting my son join this in a couple of years.
I love how fast -food chains are being innovative now. They are no longer known as producing unhealthy food but empowering the children, as well as, instilling leadership and camaraderie. I am a product of something like this, too.
Exposing kids to these activities sure looks fun!
Maria Teresa Figuerres says
The Jollibee Talent Camp sure is a fun and educational summer activity for kids. I want Justin to try this, too, next summer.
Franc Ramon says
They would really learn a lot from Jollibee Kids Camp and its really affordable. Jollibee can really be effective with this campaign since they are well loved by kids.
It looks so much fun! I’m sure this would be one of the things the kids would remember when they grow up. My Papa still talks about his Uncle Bob’s Lucky 7 Club experience.. ;p
Fernando Lachica says
Very good activity for children with Jollibee. This is Jolliibee Marketing that enticed Filipino kids to be loyal with Jollibee products.
Mommy Mecheel says
I bet these kids enjoyed their summer as they have these kind of activities and workshop.
Jojo Vito says
another fun activity for the kids. I am so happy that Jollibee is doing this 🙂
Ohh dear! I miss this event I really want my kids to join this workshop. Hopefully next summer!
michelle co-huertas says
I didn’t know Jollibee also offers kiddie camp as well. oh well, next year then.
waah bakit wala sila nito nung ganito pa edad ko LOL
I’m sure the kids had a blast! And congrats for your kiddo in winning that handheld game device.. cheers!
PS. wala ba silang talent camp for adults LOL
thanks for sharing
Mommy Levy says
hahaha. Okay nga kung may pang adult 🙂
Kat Rodriguez says
The kids look like they had a great time. Kudos to Jollibee for this talent camp and to the parents who let and encourage their kids to join awesome activities like this.
Involving kids in such a workshop is great to help them realize their potential and boost their self confidence. I’m sure that it’s been fun and educational for them.
darlina aileen says
wow, the kids looked like they had real fun and learned a lot! congrats jollibee!
Wow! Congrats for winning a prize my dear! I can see you had fun! Good job mommy!
Kero Pinkihan says
what an awesome, productive way to spend summer! The children sure looks they had a grand time making friends and themselves better.
We’ve tried the Mcdo Kiddie Crew this year so I’m planning to enroll my son in Jollibee Talent Camp next summer vacation.