The Summer Project
Get busy, naturally LET THE HARSH SUN NOT BE AN EXCUSE TO STAY INDOORS. CHECK OUT DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES THAT PROMISE A LOT OF FUN AND SOME LEARNING
Check out different activities in the region that promise a lot of fun and learning to beat the summer heat
The Nature Club organises different summer programmes outdoors where children engage in composting, pottery, science experiments, photography, fire-less cooking and nature scavenger hunt. The group, speardeaded by Disha Suri, 40, which has been operating for the past five years and now involves parents and their children in the activities. “We bond as we play, talk and learn, and make memories together. One feels immense personal satisfaction in working towards a common goal of bringing harmony in our lives in sync with nature and developing sensitivity towards our environment,” says Suri.
"Our activities facilitate bonding between parents and children as they play, talk and learn, and make memories together,” Diksha Suri, organiser
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