Learning at the Land

August14, 2017
by Shibumi
The beginning of this academic year has been wonderful for us all. Interactions with our new campus have begun. 
The Ketaki and Tulsi groups (our littlest ones) have been spending three mornings a week at the ‘new land’.
It was wonderful to watch and learn with the children. Being outdoors, participating in the construction process, mingling with the civil workers, cleaning the land, tractor rides, quiet observation activities, cooking and nature walks have all added a wonderful flavour to the learning for the last two months. 
This frequent contact with nature has brought about sensitivity which is not measurable. It also naturally created lots space in our rhythm to be alone and quiet.  
Helping with the brick making.

Activity Time for all.

The games field is almost ready 🙂

Discovering some natural colours

Half an hour of Shibumi care at the New Land.

Walks on a hillock close to the New land
During Quiet Observation, while a child was looking at a leaf, he met little spider friends.
Joy rides!

Slowly the buildings are also rising up!

Our local Vet and Herriot fan comes to medicate our puppies 🙂
And Dr. Chandrashekar patiently answers all the questions before he goes 🙂

We spotted a tiny turtle in the tank. Without any instruction, the children gather around the tank quietly and hopefully gaze into the water. they much more than the turtle.
animals, Education, nature, New Land

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