30.9.16

11 Lessons Kids (and Adults) Should Learn Everyday

11 Lessons to Learn Everyday
Beyond the lessons kids learn in school, from their parents and siblings or at home, there are a few lessons they need to teach themselves. 

We tell you more about these lessons. Adults would do well to teach themselves these things too!

1. There’s nothing wrong in saying sorry. Do not put your pride or ego before a relationship. Apologise when you have done something wrong.

29.9.16

My India: Ideas For The Future - Foreword By Srijan Pal Singh, Research By Shrutkeerti Khurana (Age: 12+ Years)

My India: Ideas For The Future - Foreword By Srijan Pal Singh, Research By Shrutkeerti Khurana (Age: 12+ Years)
This book is a collection of excerpts from Dr A P J Abdul Kalam’s speeches post his presidency. 

It includes his addresses to parliaments, universities, schools and other institutions that showcase his ideas on science, poverty, education, books, art and much more. 

This rich collection teaches many lessons and is a must-read.

Published by Puffin Books and available on Amazon.in

28.9.16

Workshop Guide: September 29 to October 05, 2016 - Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru & Delhi/NCR

Workshop Guide: September 29 to October 05, 2016 - Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru & Delhi/NCR
Mumbai

Nature
Sanjay Gandhi National Park is organising a 1-night trek to teach kids about moths and butterflies.
Date: October 1 onwards
Age: 10 years and above
Call: 09773485270/ 022-28868686
E-mail: nicsgnp78@gmail.com
Website: www.facebook.com/SanjayGandhiNationalPark

27.9.16

Doodle 4 Google Contest

Google is organising the Doodle 4 Google contest where students from class 1 to 10 can design and submit a doodle on the topic, ‘If I could teach anyone anything, it would be...’ The winning doodle will be displayed on the Google India homepage on Children’s Day this year. The last date to submit entries is October 21, 2016. For information log on to the contest's website.

23.9.16

The Ultimate Indian Colouring Book For Kids by Dhanashri Ubhayakar, Shikha Lal & Preeti Vyas (Age: 5 to 10 Years)

The Ultimate Indian Colouring Book For Kids by Dhanashri Ubhayakar, Shikha Lal & Preeti Vyas (Age: 5 to 10 Years)
This colouring book not only offers colouring pages, but also captures the diversity of India through 10 different categories. These categories represent our rich and magnificent country and include animals and birds, festivals, painting styles and our awesome structures. The book features 100 hand-drawn original artworks. Each page in the book also carries interesting facts that tell you more about India’s diversity and culture. Discovering India has never been so much fun!

Published by FunOKPlease and available on Amazon.in

22.9.16

Workshop Guide: September 22 to 28, 2016 - Mumbai, Hyderabad & Delhi/NCR

Mumbai

Creative
The Writer's Bug is conducting a creative writing workshop at Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum.
Date: September 24
Age: 9 to 12 years
Locality: Byculla
Call: 09820861972
E-mail: info@thewritersbug.com
Website: www.thewritersbug.com

21.9.16

Sanctuary Wildlife Photography Competition 2016

Sanctuary Wildlife Photography Competition 2016
Sanctuary Asia launched the Sanctuary Wildlife Photography Competition 2016, which gives wildlife photographers a chance to showcase their talent. 

The theme for this year’s contest is ‘Call of the Wild’. Participants can submit their photographs on images@sanctuaryasia.com. The last date to submit entries is October 15, 2016.

For information, log on to the Sanctuary Asia website.