At Kidsstoppress, we tell you the best places you need to take your kids out to, this weekend. From storytelling to art and crafts workshop, this page brings you the #BestEventsForKids you need to know to raise your young champions right! Go ahead, plan your weekends with us. 'Coz you know, the focus at Kidsstoppress has always been #SimplifyingParenting. Also, while you find out what events suits best for you and the kids, go ahead and read some of the best things you could do with your kids in and around Delhi NCR this weekend!
Beauty and the Beast- Directed by: Bill Condon
Sing- Directed by: Garth Jennings
The Boss Baby - Directed by: Tom McGrath
Smurfs: The Lost Village- Directed by: Kelly Asbury
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What’s the difference between a kyaari and a raised bed? What’s an ideal gamla size to grow pumpkins?What’s the difference between gudaee and nindaee? The workshop at the Edible Routes farm – Farm 8 – will answer all these questions and more in this practical workshop on growing vegetables, fruits and herbs at home. Roll up your sleeves and get ready to learn the basics of planning and running a kitchen garden, from seeding, weeding and harvesting to pest management and composting. But don’t expect too much theory, you’ll also get to work on a 1-acre farm and ongoing permaculture project. They’ll teach you about potting mix, seeding, weeding, harvesting, companion planting – basically everything about to go homegrown. Guaranteed you will not leave this workshop without getting your hands muddy.
Why did the ancients build pyramids? What was their purpose? Is there any special meaning behind the pyramid shape? How were they built without modern tools and machinery? Unlock the secrets to these mysterious engineering marvels and explore the mechanics behind them. Kids will learn about the Egyptian pyramids and will also examine other pyramids around the world, especially the Aztec and Mayan monumental structures.
iloveread.in (Library) is excited to present A super interesting workshop for Children ~ Natak Vatak by Kabuliwaala (Kamal Pruthi). This is a personality development workshop through theatre, storytelling and creative writing. The storytelling workshop makes children learn to imagine the characters, weave and express them in words, in form of poetry, short stories, comic strips or a short play. The Kabuliwaala opens his creative jhola for the kids and engages them in developing their imagination and creative expressions. The workshops will be held on weekends.
Young adventurers learn all about maps in a fun and interactive way. They participate in games & activities that explain and demonstrate key mapping concepts - such as legend, compass rose, landmarks, and symbols. Through an imaginative journey around the world, children get familiar with the world map.
We are Going on a Bear Hunt! Calling all explorers aged 2-5 years to join in for a fun-filled session of adventure and story. Call and register now!
How yummy is that when you have a regional food festival right at the end of the week! A one of a kind food festival with hand-picked restaurants serving the best regional food from all over the country. Expect cuisines like Naga, Goan, Kashmiri, Rajasthani, Bengali and lots more. There will be live music, desserts, entertainment and much more. Head over there with your family for a memorable weekend.
Reinventing the 16th-century art of oral storytelling, Fouzia Dastango, one of the first female storytellers of the Dastangoi style, will perform three stories 'Kijari Gaye', 'Pied Piper' (in Hindustani) and 'Natkhat Gadha' for kids. The fun-filled storytelling session will be followed by craft activity, lots of fun, songs and Jembe !! Presented by iloveread.in and Dastango-The-Storytellers
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