July 27, 2017
Zinnia Towers' kids play and learn at "Kidzinnia"
Zinnia Towers in Quezon City recently held its own version of a play city to allow kids in the community to learn and have fun at the same time.
advantage of children’s strong yearning for new knowledge and skills, Zinnia
Towers in North EDSA, Quezon City recently held its own version of a play city
to allow kids in the community to learn and have fun at the same time.
DMCI Homes development recently held “Kidzinnia,” a five-day workshop that
involved children who lived in the community. Spearheaded by Zinnia Towers’
Property Management Office (PMO), the event included workshops on gardening and
recycling activities as well as other fun activities such as games,
storytelling, a treasure hunt, and role-playing.
15 to 20 children were expected to turn up at the workshop, but in the end, the
event counted over 40 participants – a testament to just how active both the
Zinnia Towers’ community and PMO are.
the activities, children were able to learn about the Zinnia Towers community,
and know more about the roles of the people they interact with everyday, from
the DMCI Homes property management staff, to fellow residents.
kids also learned about taking care of their surroundings, and were oriented on
the community’s house rules in an enjoyable and exciting way. With their safety
in mind, the kids were also given an emergency preparedness workshop.
event ended with a hands-on activity that allowed participants to actually
experience what it’s like to work in the property management aspect, stepping
into the shoes of security guards, housekeepers, receptionists, officers, and
property managers. This way, the kids were able to truly learn the value of
doing their best, working together, doing the right thing, and making other
Gerald Sanchez, a parent at Zinnia Towers, said that Kidzinnia was a “great
activity”, sharing that he appreciated that it was both informative and fun.
KidZinnia was only one of several events held by the PMO for its residents.
it up,” he told the PMO, referring to the event’s success.
to Zinnia Towers property manager Edilyn Perez, the idea for the event came
about because they wanted to get children more involved in the community.
PMO believes that children have a positive impact and contribution to the
community,” she said, explaining that children are a factor to having a safe,
clean, and healthy environment.
workshops according to Perez were designed to teach children how to be better
members of the Zinnia community, in an interesting and experiential way. They
also aimed to instill values that will benefit the children in the long run,
and help them not only at home, but also in school, and with their friends.
instance, she explained that learning about property management and having that
hands-on experience not only made the children more aware of house rules, but
because property managers are leaders, the experience also helped instill
leadership skills in the kids, training them to be more proactive in the
was only one of several events held by the PMO for its residents. They also
held a bazaar as well as a Santa Cruzan to keep Filipino culture alive while
giving the residents an opportunity to bond, make friends, and have fun.
want them to have not just a home, but a community,” Perez said.
community is the best word to describe what the residents at Zinnia Towers
have. The best part is, their community includes the entire family – especially
Zinnia Towers is one of the developments of DMCI
Homes, the country’s first Quadruple A real estate developer known for building
quality resort-inspired communities in Mega Manila, Baguio, Boracay and Davao
City. Each of its properties is built with world-standard craftsmanship borne
from D.M. Consunji Inc.'s over 60 years of expertise in the construction and
For more information on Zinnia Towers and other DMCI Homes projects,
call (632) 324-8888 or visit the official website www.dmcihomes.com. News and other updates are also posted on the company's official
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