Lil’ Yogi Presents Fun Yoga 4 Children, Multiple locations in Mumbai

Lil’ Yogi specialises in Childrens’ Yoga & Relaxation. By tapping into the every child’s fascination with the world around them, Lil’Yogi has developed a kids yoga program that entertains, engages and teaches basic yoga principles.

Come roar like a lion, Buzz like a bee,

Hiss like a Cobra & Stand tall like the Banyan Tree.

Explore your inner self & have fun with Yoga!

Unique Integration Of Yoga With Games, Value & Health Based

Activities, Mindful Activities, etc. Teaching kids About Their Bodies,

Inner Strength, Creativity, Sense of Belonging & The Environment.

Improves Cognitive Functioning Instills Moral Values & Creative Thinking

Develops Focus & Confidence Improves Posture & Body Awareness

Builds Strength Flexibility & Balance Reduces Stress & Anxiety.

The classes are conducted in Nepeansea Road, South Mumbai, Worli, Parel, Juhu, Versova, Santacruz, Bandra, Andheri etc. We also provide Yoga Classes in groups and individually at your doorstep.
For Further Information Please call Snehal on 9819090306/ littleyogi@outlook.com
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Kidzania Mumbai, the ultimate place for kids, Ghatkopar (West)

A Mexican chain family entertainment Center situated at Rcity, Ghatkopar is a must go for all the kids. This edutainment indoor park is specially built up for kids aged between 4-14 years makes learning a fun experience for kids.  Kidzania aims to provide various experiences to kids by empowering, inspiring and educating kids through role-play. Kids can play various roles like fire-fighter, journalist, bankers, doctors and more. Given the busy season we would recommend making a reservation before you head out as they have 2 slots a day only.

 

Age: 4-16 years.

Location: R City, Ghatkopar (W), 3rd Floor, North Wing, LBS Marg, Mumbai.

Contact: 022 3955 3700

Email: info@kidzania.in

Website: Kidzania

6th edition of KORUM Summer Champs for 6 – 14 year olds, ending 7 June, Thane (West)

6th edition of KORUM Summer Champs is here!

KORUM Mall adds thrill to Summer Champs with life size Dinosaurs while kids compete for a 1

What: This summer go back into the Age of Dinosaurs at KORUM Mall. KORUM Summer

Champs 2015 brings larger than life Dinosaurs for children to learn about these creatures of

the past through exclusive visual treats and activities like Pebble Painting, Clay Modeling,

Performance by Dharavi Rocks, Jungle dance and the likes. Gear Up! Entail your kids in these

exciting workshops and give them the opportunity to win a 1 year scholarship and be the

Summer Champ of 2015!

When:  21st May – 7th June, 2015

Eligibility: 6 – 14 yrs

Time:  12noon to 8pm

Where: KORUM Mall, Mangal Pandey Road, Near Cadbury Compound, Eastern Express

Highway, Thane (W).

For further details, please contact: 91 22 4114 44 44 or log on to

http://www.facebook.com/korummall

http://www.twitter.com/korummall

 

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Storytelling Workshop for kids, May 31st in Khar (West)

Join Small Tales for a story workshop for children 8 to 14 years of age. Kids will explore what story actually is and leave knowing what it takes to create their own. More than just a storybook session, the three-hour event (including lunch) is full of games, exercises, and interactive discussion about how to find the storyteller inside you– no matter how old you are!

“People have been asking us for years to create a children’s version of what we do with adults. We’re thrilled that it’s ready. Human beings, no matter what age, are natural storytellers. Our work with Small Tales is to capture that spirit, nurture it, an unleash the storyteller in all of us.”  – Michael Burns

For more on Small Tales see the ST page at the Tall Tales website: talltales.in/smalltales.html

On Your Mark. Get Set. Story!
11am to 2pm
The HIVE
50-A, Huma Mansion, Next To Ahmed Bakery, Chuim Village Road, Off Union Park, Khar West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400052

Fee: 1500 per child

Registration at the door and ahead of time via Book My Show: http://in.bookmyshow.com/events/on-your-mark-get-set-story/ET00030430

Questions? Email smalltales@talltales.in or call 98205860

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Storytelling Workshop by Nilum Jajodia for children, Fort, April 16th

Stories are what brings a lesson to life, makes a difficult concept easier to understand and helps children to remember sequences of events. Storytelling can be the imaginative reading aloud of printed stories or the telling of stories from memory. Sharing stories has great social and educational benefits for children and the storyteller too.

Storytelling: “Rumble-tumble twist & fall”     11:00am to 12:30pm, April 16, Age Group 5 – 8 years, Rs 500
What’s this “Rumble-tumble twist & fall” all about? It’s about stories — stories that are fun. In this session the children will help the storyteller Nilum Jajodia to create stories that are action packed and entertaining. A fun filled session of stories, songs games and even more stories. Besides, some fun craft activity to make something that you can take home!

Storytelling: Trickster tales from Ghana in West Africa   2:00pm to 3:30pm, April 16, Age Group 5 – 8 years, Rs 500
Anansi the Spider (who is half man-half spider) is one of the great folk heroes of the world. A character from the Ashanti story traditions of Ghana, he is a trickster, a rogue, a mischief maker and a wise, lovable creature who triumphs over larger foes. The workshop will suggest to children what “being good” may mean. Storyteller Nilum Jajodia will weave a world of fantasy with short stories, anecdotes, crafts and games where all will get an opportunity to participate in creating stories.
About Nilum Jajodia
Nilum Jajodia is a professionally  trained storyteller. She has been telling stories to children for over a decade. She is also an experienced teacher and the Principal of a pre-primary school. She also tells stories in bookshops, schools and NGOs connected with children and to people with special needs. At learning ladder she will be taking two session with children as mentioned below
For registrations and more details write to us at cometmediafdn@gmail.com or call us on + 91 90110 30055.

 

Comet Media Foundation
301 Meher House, 15 Cawasji Patel Street
Fort, Mumbai 400001, India
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The Kids Company’s intelligence building and fun filled Summer Workshop – 20 April – 1 May 2015, Juhu

The Kids Company’s Summer Workshop 2014 was featured among the top 20 summer
activities curated by Mumbai Mirror in 2014 and was a huge success.This summer,
The Kids  Company is back with its fun filled and intellectually stimulating
summer workshop catering to children between 3-6 years of age.

Through the workshop, we shall be exposing our children to a world beyond
academics with our innovative and exciting program. There will be a combination
of intellectually engaging activities along with play, thrill and excitement.

Each day of the workshop will be a surprise mix of educational games, I.Q.
sessions, puzzles, mazes, crosswords and many more brain tickling activities.

The activities are designed to improve skills related to logical thinking,
problem solving, self management, communication and inter personal skills.

Batch details:
Batch 1 : Nursery (3 – 4 years) 10:00 – 11:00 am
Batch 2 : J.R. KG (4 – 5 years) 11:15 – 12:15 pm
Batch 3 : S.R. KG & Std 1 (5 – 6.5 years) 12:30 – 1:30 pm

Dates:
Workshop 1: 20th April – 25th April 2015 (5 days , 24th April is a holiday)
Workshop 2 : 27th April1st May 2015 (5 days)

Venue : Jamnabai Narsee School, Juhu

Website: www.thekidscompany.in

For any queries and registrations, call at +91 9819119835 or inbox us at
dhara@thekidscompany.in

 

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Scratch SuperCoders Bootcamp for kids aged 7 – 10 years, Nariman Point, Jan 30-31 and Feb 6-7

The purpose of the bootcamp is to encourage computational thinking among children using a programming language called Scratch. Scratch is designed especially to encourage logical thinking and reasoning among children, and has been created by the MIT Media Lab. See more at scratch.mit.edu.

Scratch is a programming language to create interactive stories, games, and animations. Designing and programming Scratch projects helps children learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively.

HOW SCRATCH WORKS

Scratch programs are built by snapping together graphical blocks, each representing a programming event or command. By connecting the blocks together like a jigsaw puzzle, children can create programs to make characters move, jump, dance, and sing. Scratch has been developed especially for children by the MIT Media Lab.

TRY SCRATCH AT THE BOOTCAMP!

The Scratch bootcamp is a great way to try Scratch and see if you like it, all in a single weekend. The bootcamp runs on Friday evening and Saturday morning (2 hours each) and teaches children the basics of programming Scratch through two starter projects.

Bootcamp registration: tiny.cc/scratchbootcamp

Dates: 30 Jan 2015, 5 PM to 7 PM and 31 Jan 2015, 11 AM to 1 PM

Repeats: 6 Feb 2015, 5 PM to 7 PM and 7 Feb 2015, 11 AM to 1 PM
Venue: 213 Raheja Chambers, 2nd Floor, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021
Cost: Rs. 2000/- per child

NOTE: The minimum class size is 6 children and the maximum is 10. Should the minimum class size not be met, the bootcamps might be combined or rescheduled. Please indicate your preferred date in the form.

Questions? Contact the bootcamp coordinator Vikram at 9619815328.

Email: vikram.melonfire@gmail.com
Website: http://tiny.cc/scratchbootcamp