Presenting the Kalinaw Kit! 

’Tis the season to have fun with the coolest set of toys in town!

 

Introducing our newest CLP product: the Kalinaw Kit!

 

You might be wondering what the Kalinaw kit is. Kalinaw is derived from Cebuano word Kalinaw which means "peace". With this, the essential goal of each Kalinaw kit is to nurture peace through play.

There are so many ways you and your child can use the materials of the kit for play, exploration, discovery, and creation.

 

We have 3 amazing collections you may choose from: The Loose Parts collection, the Sensory and Tactile collection and the Stories and Structure collection. Can’t pick one? Why not collect all three? For Php1,000 per Kalinaw Kit collection, you get to experience endless play possibilities. #NurturePeaceThroughPlay

 

This Christmas let's give our children the gift of wonder and discovery that awaits them inside each box! 🎁

 

Have a peaceful play day!

This Reggio Emilia-inspired kit is derived from the Cebuano word Kalinaw which means peace.  From this, the essential goal of each Kalinaw kit is to nurture a peaceful parent-child bond through play. There are so many ways you and your child can use the contents of the Kalinaw kit for play, exploration, discovery, and creation. The possibilities are endless and limitless!

We are excited for the wonder and discovery that awaits your child inside this box!

Which Kit should I get?

Stories and Structures Collection:

In this collection, children get to design and build their own worlds for role-playing and story construction. As your children bring their stories to life, they will also be encouraged to think like engineers. Buildings, spaces, and enclosures will support critical thinking skills and spatial awareness while the various materials and textures can be used as story props to support social, emotional and language development.

 

Sensory and Tactile Collection:

Sensory exploration allows for rich and meaningful play while learning measurement, transformation, and mathematical operations.

In this collection, young explorers will use a variety of tools such as funnels, sisters, and scoops to spark their scientific investigations. They will engage with sand, clay, and water and discover the properties of these materials. This collection is also a sure way to activate your child's senses, fuel inquiry, and build language skills.

 

Loose Parts Collection:

In this collection, children get to explore, discover, create and imagine using loose parts. Buttons, shells, ribbons, for example, might seem to be unusual play items, but the idea is for children to use these materials in many different ways. A stick, for example, can be used for a story or can become a magic wand for dramatic play. It can be bent or tied to something else to build a structure. It can be a tool used for poking holes in clay.

There's really no right or wrong way to use them as they provide children with endless ways to design and create.