You-Oriented Banjara Summer Camp for Children (5-15 year-olds): 2-6, 9-13 May 11
Children's Summer Camp With A Difference
- You will not be forced to do things you don’t want. YOU fix the time-table. You don’t have to interact with kids (and adults) you don’t like.
- This activity is “You-Oriented”. We’ll sit and discuss with you individually what you like doing, explore your talents – and accordingly take you through those activities either singly or in small groups. Only fun-loving children allowed. Camp leader: one and only Bharath!
For: Children of (mental) age 5 to 15 years
Fee: Rs. 1,450/- per child (inclusive of snacks and materials)
Sessions will be 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Mon, 2 May to Fri, 6 May and then Mon, 9 May to Fri, 13 May 2011 (totally two weeks)
Choice will be given to each child to select from the following activities:
- Personality development, Interpersonal relationships and communication
- Handling difficult situations, Spiritual development (not specific to religion)
- Building self-esteem, Improving concentration and study techniques, mental math
- Self-expression: performing arts, creative writing, language development, story telling
- Craft, health and hygiene, yoga, songs, Group activities and games
Interested children will be given an opportunity at the end of the program, to participate in an overnight camp at Yelahanka (optional).
Contact Banjara Academy 1st Main, 1st Block, RT Nagar Ph: 23535787 23535766,
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