Give Your Kids an Amaize-ing Day of Play

16 May

Kids. They just love to play, sweat, and get gritty-nitty down right dirty. For them, playing is a form of learningwhich I strongly believe in! They achieve holistic learning through the mental and physical stimulation of playing. They are like tiny sweat machines running on curiosity, excitement, imagination, and wonder. Play is such an amazing, magical, and wonderful part of a child’s life. When I say “Play”, I mean the kind of play we as kids enjoyedplaying in the streets, getting dirty, stinky, and sweatybecause every kid likes to play and they really love to sweat!

Sweat. It’s every mother’s worst enemy. Not only do you get dirty and stinky kids, there’s also a chance of them acquiring coughs, colds, and skin diseases.Chuck away your “bimpos”, “lampins”, and wet wipes. You can now chill out and relax cause there’s a new and Amaize-ing guy in town to put all your “sweat fears” to rest.

Amaize Clothing is made from 100% corn fiberbreathable, all-natural and organic, hypo-allergenic, and best of all, the production process and material used is eco-friendly and sustainable! It’s perfect for active little tykes who loves to sweat and fretful eco-chic moms who hates the sight of sweat.

Amaize Clothing-corn fiber clothes

The clothes are really cooland when I say cool, I mean breathable and comfortable. They are also perfect for our tropical climate, rain or shine with its breathable and quick-drying materialfor those sweaty sunny days and wet rainy days. The material looks like cotton but it feels like silk, it’s really super comfy! They come in fun and vibrant colors, too!

The shirts retails at P400-P600, depending on the design. They are specially made for children ages 4-12. For moms with little tykes like mine, Amaize will be coming out with clothing for babies aged 0-4 this June, and I just can’t wait to get some Amaize-ing clothing for my little man!

Collared Shirts for Boys

Pretty Lace-Up Blouses for Girls

To find out the perfect size for your tykes, check out the size chart below:

Check out more fun designs at Amaize’s Facebook Page.

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*Photos courtesy of Amaize Clothing .
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13 Responses to “Give Your Kids an Amaize-ing Day of Play”

  1. diosyl evan May 17, 2013 at 1:13 pm #

    As a new and working mom, I really made it a point that I have time for my little boy. At his very young age, he loves to play and stare on colorful toys and images. What I did is I bought colorful posters (pictures of fruits and letters) and post in our room; I also bought books that suite his age. Every after work, my son drags me to the wall of our room; recognizing and pointing on those images on the posters and reading with him his books are our bonding moment. It might sound simple for others, but for me, these experiences are priceless moment for a mom like me.

  2. diosyl evan May 17, 2013 at 1:14 pm #

    As a new and working mom, I really made it a point that I have time for my little boy. At his very young age, he loves to play and stare on colorful toys and images. What I did is I bought colorful posters (pictures of fruits and letters) and post in our room; I also bought books that suite his age. Every after work, my son drags me to the wall of our room; recognizing and pointing on those images on the posters and reading with him his books are our bonding moment. It might sound simple for others, but for me, these experiences are priceless moment for a mom like me.

  3. julie christie tan May 17, 2013 at 3:08 pm #

    I let my sson play on our yard using ordinary household items. He would use spoons and sticks to dig up soil and make mudpies. I also join him in play pretend as well as explaining to him about helping / protecting the environment. We would sometimes create stuff using recyclable materials.

  4. Vanenie May 17, 2013 at 7:30 pm #

    I try to find learning opportunities in otherwise ordinary situations. Like when we are out in the supermarket, I point out the veggies and fruits in the fresh produce section and tell them the names of those items. That way they'll know what food it is that I serve them. We also do counting, like when we put several pieces of the same item inside the grocery cart.

  5. mayla lagrimas May 18, 2013 at 10:53 am #

    I make learning fun for my son by watching educational TV program with him explaining the things he don't understands, we play pretend as doctor & patient, we draw,we sing & dance, we paint,we write & color.. we always do it together for more fun..my son is 5 yrs. old now & his on kinder 1..when studying I set time because they get bored & tired very easy. I'm proud of my son & to my self too every time I see the result of his exam..I never expect he will exceed more beyond my expectation 100% really makes me smile it's ok with me if he get's a 80 or 85 but he gave me more..and because of that I always gave him a reward.. 🙂

  6. Maegan Delorme May 19, 2013 at 5:12 am #

    my daughter is only 9 months, but were constantly acting silly. i dont want her to ever feel like she has to learn, i hope she feels like she wants to!

  7. Chantelle Knick May 19, 2013 at 4:38 pm #

    I actually don't do anything other than listen to them and answer their questions when they have them because fortunately learning is still fun for them.

  8. tsam May 19, 2013 at 10:40 pm #

    i always just make sure to be super hands on with my kid. he learns all day everyday so i make everything a learning experience like counting or saying the alphabet while going up or down the stairs.

  9. sherry ann gole cruz May 22, 2013 at 11:39 am #

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  10. Michelle Namilit May 22, 2013 at 11:57 am #

    Our children can benefit from having a close relationship with us. In fact, children end up more successful when their parents are close to them. Doing outdoor activities strengthen family bonds and build a healthy life style. We choose to go swimming because we know that children love to play with water. It makes our day more exciting than any regular mall strolling and teaches our children important survival skills at the same time.

  11. rhaindropz May 22, 2013 at 12:27 pm #

    even im a working mom.. i still manage to teach her small things like counting singing and playing =) seeing her learn on her own bring joy to my heart

  12. sherry ann gole cruz May 25, 2013 at 1:31 am #

    i encourage my kids to explore around,play with other kids,buy toys and books that are educational and fun to play,i also buy dvd's that encourage them to learn new things, i also let them go to summer classes or workshop,just like my daughter had been,mcdo kiddie crew,she learns how to mingle,work with other people and kids,she develops her confidence and creativity,as a parents we should always let our kids explore and learn new things!

  13. Vicenta Castillo May 25, 2013 at 1:44 am #

    I did yesterday wit my son and to his fellow playmates,i'll gave them an assignment to make a short story just for fun.Who anyone who make a good story i will give something special.they so excited,and they willing to make it.

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