EVENTS & WORKSHOPS
Nature Study at the Farm
May 19th – June 26th, 2022
Not withstanding the heat, Edible Routes is facilitating an interesting opportunity for children on its Amarkanan Farm – A “Nature Study Workshop” for 18 days across 6 weeks (end of May-June), for 2 hours a day.
We invite your children to get away from those gadgets! – And re-connect with nature as well as their own selves, through an experiential learning and play session at the Edible Routes Farm!
Nature at our farm is living, vibrant and bountiful! In order for children to discover and understand all our earth has to offer, Edible Routes is facilitating an experience for them in an environment lush with living soil, vivid flora and fauna and the summer harvest!
Your children will:
• Explore the natural world and understand nature’s laws & journey
• Investigate their environment, its functions, diversity & sustainability
• Discover earth’s balance and generosity
• Think, question, converse, reflect; play and create
• Re-connect with their natural self
• Nature walks
• Drawing and Painting
• Games & Quizzes
We hope you all will avail this exciting opportunity to participate in an event that has been curated to enhance environmental consciousness amongst children.
Date: 19th May – 26th June 2022 (6 weeks) on 3 days a week -every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
Time: 08:30 am- 10:30 am
Venue: Edible Routes, Amarkanan Farm, 3, North Drive, DLF Chattarpur Farms, Chattarpur
Target Audience: children of age groups 6 -14 years
Participation Options: Register for either weekly participation (3 sessions) or for the full 6-week course (18 sessions)
Supplies will be provided by Edible Routes, but carrying a basic stationary kit would be much appreciated. It could include – small size chart paper/thick paper, recycled cardboard, sketch book, pencils, eraser, sharpener, poster color, paint brush, glue, tape, kids’ scissors, containers that are lying about at home that you wish to recycle as pots.
Other arrangements by Edible Routes – mist fans to beat the heat, adequate supply of water, a shady spot for the children’s activity.