Summer Camp

Summer time ought to be fun!

The new normal these days is to stay at home and It is understandable that children are finding the changed scenario bewildering.
A virtual summer camp was conducted by the school presenting a few ideas to help change gears and smoothly drive into setting up a new routine for the summers for children.

New skills were introduced through DIY and art and craft activities. Resulting in making the children independent and self- reliable. Contributing to their physical and mental growth there were multiple activities like: Puppet show and puppet making; Camping: Under the Stars;
Magic clay play; Crab Walk; Under the Sea : Sand Play Castle, Crab walk; Storytelling; Teddy Bears Picnic; Science Bonanza; Car wash; Splash Pool day; Magic Show were performed.

It was a wonderful experience on the whole!

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