Similar to the earlier promotional event we went last time, Samuel was given an activity card to complete before he could redeem a goodie bag.
We have to say, it was a better organized event.
Firstly, all the guests were required to have their body temperature checked at the entrance to the camp. The organizer then provided sanitizer for their guests to have their hands clean. We reckoned this was done in view of the H1N1 outbreak.
Then, their activities were more suitable and attractive for toddlers. There were matching games, computer games, ‘golf’ driving and even a session to advice parents on the important of AHA/DHA (which we thought they were over exaggerating la).
Samuel had no problem completing ‘em all. He earned his free goodie bag with ease.
The goodies bag provided was a better one too. It contained a sticker book, Enfa product sample, a toy and some leaflets.
The bag itself was a bad choice though. It was made of plastic and not too attractive.
With so much effort had been put on everything else, we would think that paper or recyclable bag would be a perfect fit.
Nonetheless, it’s a well organized camp. Samuel enjoyed it a lot.