What is empathy? How can I fill the others’ bucket without emptying my bucket? Interesting concept based on ‘How full is your bucket’ whereMathangi Rajasekaran Keyndle Spark took the children through the journey of understanding empathy and expression. Thank you, Mathangi for a lovely session where children could understand how to express themselves keeping others need also in mind.
Rashmi, thank you for a very lively, interesting and a wonderful session. Children were excited to listen to the stories and actively participating in the whole process.
Weekend Chetana was completed yesterday with becoming aware of difference between being mindful and being mindfull. Sessions were filled with lot of sharing, questions and thoughts. The journey of self awareness has just started. Thank you, to each participant for being open about their thoughts and feelings. We all felt connected to each other.
Reading class taken by Lata Senthilnathan came to an end for this year. The classes were filled with games and activities facilitating children to read and write.
Children of the lifeskills class enjoyed the last class for the year 2014 -2015 with games, reflection and eating delicious food sent by the parent
The wedesday class for the younger children got over for the year 2014 -2015 with the promise that they will be back in June for more fun 🙂
This workshop helped parents understand the how and when to start talking to their children. What kind of resources to use to give information, how to keep the communication lines open with children to help them come back to the parent for clarification and information. It was a lively session with lot of situations being discussed. Open discussion on different forms of child abuse, how to empower children to deal with abuse in different situations.
Active session at IIM (B) to understand how to facilitate learning in children. How do children learn, what are the things which stop their learning. What are our objectives for our children and how do we achieve that? Many more questions were explored and the participants were open and sharing their perspectives which made the environment an enriching experience.