Program Dates - 08 Apr 2016 to 06 May 2016
Once a thought flows like a river, the words find their way!
Just go with the flow! How often do we say this and how often do we get stuck! The moment a thought takes birth, numerous barriers come in the way of expressing it. FLOW is a program designed with the purpose to help children shed their inhibitions, knock down each barrier and write freely!
About the Program-
8th April- Knock down Self-imposed Limits
Facilitating children to see their unlimited potential by-
• Identifying their barriers
• Reflect how and why they limit themselves
• Widening horizons and pushing boundaries
15th April- Knock down Fear of Failure
Making children understand-
• Failure is inevitable
• Failure is an evidence that one is trying and taking chances
• Each failure takes them closer to their goal!
22nd April- Knock down Fear of Approval
Stimulating children to-
• Think out of the box
• Trust their ideas
• Not get stopped by defined rules or by what others say.
29th April-Get Ready
Hand holding children to-
• Give shape to their thoughts in the form of stories, essays, or paragraphs
• Guiding them to find stories in everyday life
• How to bring their characters alive
• How to open and close their stories
6th May-Get Set Flow
Culmination of the program-
•Presentation by children of their work in front of an audience which would include our guest Sonali Misra.
Sonali Misra has been a part of the publishing industry for 3 years now, first as an editor and currently as a product manager. She has worked with companies such as Macmillan Publishing Services, Scholastic India and Hachette India. She was also an organiser of and a speaker in a panel at the Kumaon Literary Festival 2015.
•A brief interaction with parents on how they can support their children at home.
About the Methodology-
We follow experiential methodology and each day will involve-
• Writing assignments
About the Facilitator-
Manmeet Narang is a behavioural trainer with Parwarish Institute and Youreka. Her entire work with children, parents and teachers revolves around making people think, reflect and discover themselves. Her other passion is to dig into the imaginative world of children and weave stories for them. Her published work includes ‘The Amazing World of Animals’, ‘Magical World of Benny Buzo’ and ‘Jiggly Wiggly’ rhymes. When she is not training or writing, she is either reading, listening to music, walking in nature, exploring places or playing with her children.
If sibling or friend joins then 4500 each