DA started his Kiddie Crew workshop at McDonald’s yesterday. Finally! He has been so excited about the thought of making ice cream all weekend! LOL!
I was able to stay all throughout the first day so I’ll share with you some of the things that they did.
The night before, I received a text message reminding us of the proper attire that the children should wear.
- Kiddie Crew Cap
- Kiddie Crew Shirt
- Long Pants
- Closed/Rubber Shoes
- No nail polish/jewellery/expensive watch
These are his day 1 and day 2 OOTD. 🙂
He’s growing into such a big boy already. Pretty soon, I’ll have to buy new clothes for him (those are new kicks by the way). Plus, some for DS of course, just to be fair. It’s a good thing that I found a wide array of baby and kids’ clothing at ZALORA’s Marketplace. I digress, more on that next time. 🙂
Once the group was complete, they trooped down the stairs to wash their hands. They were then given a tour of the facility. DA’s the youngest and the smallest in the group.
They were then taught the basics like getting drinks and ice cream. Cool!
After the orientation, they got to actually stand behind the counter to greet and serve the customers. They also took turns at the drive-thru window to give the customers their orders. A lot of the customers were amused to see young crew serving them. They’d often chat with the kids or ask them for high fives.
There’s DA, too small to properly reach the counter. Awww. I had him bring a step stool the next day so that he can at least see the customers. 🙂
After their hard work, they were rewarded with food and drinks. They had Burger McDo and Iced Tea on their first day. Other food choices include Spaghetti and Cheeseburger.
P.S. No fries included. I ordered extra. Haha
While they were eating, the teacher gave a briefing of what they’ll be doing the rest of the week – learn how to dance, man the floor (greet and serve customers), make cheeseburger, among others. She also reminded the children to always smile and be polite to their customers.
Judging by the kids’ smiles and laughter, it seems that they all had loads of fun. Tomorrow again! 🙂