Ice Age – The Lab of Crazy Scientists Workshop for kids, 25th July, Juhu

The coldest show in the world — “ICE AGE”. The tremendous simulation of the frozen world!

Ever thought what ice age would be like? To give a unique experience to kids Studio Blocks in partner with Lab of Crazy Scientists is organizing a workshop where in we will be creating the ‘Ice Age’ right in front of the kids.

It is a fantastic show with the liquid nitrogen with the temperature of -200C!!! We will be freezing flowers and toys, boiling the kettle and frying food without fire, creating mysterious fog from horror movies and making BIG BANG for the end of the performance!

And wait there is more!! How about frozen popcorn for all the guests! Feel like a dragon. “The Lab of Crazy Scientists” is a unique scientific entertaining project, franchised from the most successful show in Ukraine.

The concept is based on the adaptation of the most spectacular scientific experiments and promises 100% involvement and fun for kids.

Date: 25th July, 2015

Time: 11:30 am-1:00 pm

Age group: 5-18

Ticket price: Rs 550

Venue: Studio Blocks, Saket, 5th Floor,

Main Gulmohar Road,

Opp Sujay hospital, Above HDFC bank,

Juhu,JVPD,Mumbai-400049

Contact details: +91-9820164094

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Workshops for 5 to 9 year olds at Learning Ladder, Fort, 28 – 29 May

Making Handmade Paper, Thursday 28 May, 11:00am to 1:00pm, Registration ₹650

Making paper by hand is a traditional art, passed through the generations by craftsmen known as kagzis. The name comes from the wordkagaz and after this exposure, you can call yourself a kagzi too.  Handmade paper is traditionally made using various vegetable fibres or pulverised cotton rags or even discarded paper. At this workshop, participants will recycle used paper to create new paper using a deckle (wooden frame). By making their own paper, participants will experience the artistic and scientific aspects involved. It will also help them to see paper from an environmental perspective. Participants will get to take home a kit consisting of a deckle, organic colouring agents, a sponge and napkin with an instructional booklet.This will enable them to make special papers for their cards, invitations and other customised needs.

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 Clay Modelling, Thursday 28 May, 2:00 to 4:00pm, Registration ₹650

Clay modeling is a form of play-based learning that encourages children to express their emotions and to think about what they are doing with their hands. Whether you’re a child or an adult, the act of shaping clay can be very calming and thrilling. After some free play, the resource person will show participants how they can conceive of a form in their mind, and then realise it with their hands. When children pull and shape the forms they have imagined into existence, they experience the deep inner joy of seeing the results of their creativity emerge from their own hands.

 
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Sand Art, Friday 29 May, 11:00am to 1:00pm, Registration ₹650

Sand Art is an outstanding activity where children will learn various transferable skills like creativity, logical thinking and more. At this workshop children will choose a picture and then decide what coloured sand to use on each section. When developing their picture they will think positively about their creation, having a real sense of achievement as their pictures continue to develop. As a child’s morale is boosted, benefits such as improved motor skills, hand-eye co-ordination, concentration, colour awarenesss and problem solving skills are seen. At the same time, self-expression causes imagination and self confidence to grow. Sand Art is also beneficial to children with learning difficulties.

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Film Screening – Media awareness on World Cultural Diversity Day, Friday 29 May, 2:00 to 4:00pm,  Registration ₹500

Film is a powerful tool that fascinates the young. In this session we would engage with young people through critical guided viewing of advertising media that is part of our everyday environment. Detailed viewing will enable them to understand the constructed nature of cinema. This exposure will help them to develop skills of de-constructing film images and sequences themselves. They will understand the effects of film on individuals and how the compelling imagery of films influences our understanding of the world. They will see how manipulative media push us towards a narrow homogenous culture, when we are uniquely blessed in the rich diversity of cultures that makes India, on this day celebrating World Cultural Diversity.

Cold Cooking for Hot Days, Saturday 30 May, 11:00am to 1:00pm, Registration ₹650

When the summer weather gets harsh, children love cooling foods. This workshop will show them how to combine various ingredients to make their own healthy smoothies, salads and deserts without the use of fire. Along with learning some creative cold cooking recipes, children will gain nutritional ideas that will help them to mindfully choose what they eat. Participants must bring a knife that they are familiar with using, a cutting board and an apron or at least a thick cloth or towel that they can wrap around their waists, to protect their clothes from spills. The best part is they can eat their creations at end of the workshop.

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You can pick single sessions or register for all 5 session and get a discount of ₹450, paying ₹ 2500 instead of ₹ 2950.

For registrations call +91 90110 30055 or write to us at learnignladder.comet@gmail.com

Learning Ladder
301 Meher House, 15 Cawasji Patel Street
Fort, Mumbai 400001, India
www.cometmedia.org/learning-ladder| +91 22 22876033

 

Nature work at Sewree for kids and parents, 22 March, 9 am

Travel-logs has arranged Neighbourhood Walk @ Sewree for parents and kids.  Get together with your kids for a fun learning 1 hour walk in Sewree! Starting with the flamingos (and many other birds) and understanding their migrations to the Sewree Fort and the Sufi Dargah, this walk is replete with interesting stories and trivia on the history of Mumbai and Sewree.
Rs. 500/person.
Duration: 90 minutes.
Meeting Point – Sewree Station (East End)

Contact Details

+91 8425830004/+91 8425830006

email: dhiresh.sharma@travel-logs.co.innitika.khanna@travel-logs.in.

Visit to Mahatma Gandhi’s Life @ Mani Bhavan, 14 Dec,

Calling out to our ‘Young Explorers’ for a peek into MK Gandhi & His Life@ Mani Bhavan! We have studied about India’s independence ….now it’s time we actually see it come alive at Mani Bhavan, which was not only the residence of Mahatma Gandhi but also the venue for landmark protest movements. The Charkha (spinning wheel), the Swadeshi movement, Non-Co-operation and Satyagraha, Home Rule and much more…

Contact Details

@ 9867350005/9930999748

Email: dhiresh.sharma@travel-logs.co.in
Website: http://www.travel-logs.in

Rs. 750 / child. Rs. 850 / adult. Duration: 90 minutes. Meeting Point – Mani Bhavan