Jhoola Activity Centre


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No. 25, Ram Nagar 1st Main Road Extension, Nanganallur Chennai, India

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091765 83618



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Once upon a time, childhood was nothing but endless time spent outside just playing. Children played, learned, socialized and most importantly had fun. Today, children have their life so mechanized that they do not have time to explore or have real fun. When it comes to children, we don’t think about happiness enough. We think about success, we compare, we think about trophies, prizes etc. We want the child to excel in everything that we end up forcing the child to do things that he/she has absolutely no interest in or we end up destroying their interests by making them do things the adult way. Jhoola is a fun and value based learning and activity centre for children aged 5-10. Rescuing the childhood of children from the tight grip of television and other gadgets.

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The value of art goes far beyond helping children develop their skills with painting or sculpture. As children learn to be artists, they are developing life skills that will help prepare them for their future — whether they become professional artists or not.
At Jhoola, we believe that every child has the potential to be an artist — all they need to do is find what works for them. Each student has different abilities because each student is different. One might have an eye for proportion, while another will be skilled at color.

Our October after-school classes will be focused on giving children many different experiences with art so they find a medium and process they connect with while learning crucial life skills.

Batches on Wed/Thurs/Fri. Time: 5 - 7 PM
Fee: Rs. 1000 per month (inclusive of all materials)
Age: 5 - 10
Venue: Jhoola Activity Centre, Nanganallur

Call 91765 83618 to register

Kandinsky was a famous artist who was known for his colourful concentric circles. From experimenting with colors and shades, Kandinsky was famous for putting all his colourful creative circles together to form beautiful images. His work was worth millions.
Other Description
Welcome your child into the world of Kandinsky and let them experience a world of colourful spirals, polka dots and fractals by creating their own large Kandinsky Polka Tree.
All of us would have gone through the phase of sitting in our Math classes to learn and memorize mathematics. How many ways can you arrive at the same answer for a math problem? The realization comes only after you get to a certain level, right? But why not inculcate this idea of developing our children's creativity when it comes to Math? Math too is an art... isn't it?
Other Description
This session of Crazy Laya aims at opening a new perspective where children would be introduced to concepts of permutations and combinations in numbers and patterns in a seamless way and get them to come up with their own ideas.

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