The study was conducted to describe the experiences and feelings of six-to-eight-year-old children in an evacuation center of a flood-prone barangay in the Philippines. The participants were asked to draw their experiences inside the evacuation center and eventually interviewed on what they drew, what they felt during their stay inside the center, and what they expected to see to make their stay comfortable, happy, and meaningful. A frequency count was followed to tally and categorize the participants' responses according to their variables. Six (6) categories emerged for children's experiences: sensory experiences, bio-physical experiences, family-related experiences, social activities, and rules imposed by the parents; seven (7) arose for children's feelings, namely: afraid, happy, sad, pity, difficult, frustrated, and hungry; and two (2) expectations were observed: material things and social relationships. The study recommends developing programs, interventions, designing evacuation centers, and food planning for young children.