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BOUQUET OF OPTIONSThere's more out there for kids than just the World Cup
BOUQUET OF OPTIONSThere's more out there for kids than just the World Cup
Looking for some interesting options for your child this summer vacation? Plan ahead and decide how you want them spending their time. Choose from a host of camps running in the city.Kara Kindergartens will hold "Kinder Kamps" — holiday camps and workshops for two to six year olds. The camps are aimed at improving self-confidence and thinking skills, mathematical abilities, and enhance communication skills. Activities include pottery, drama, creative gardening, construction, carpentry, creative writing, performing arts, drawing, painting, sports, games, cookery, experiments, photography and more. Kara is at HSR Layout, Koramangala, RMV II Stage, and HIG Dollars Colony. Call: 98441 32323 or 98443 21212. Email: info@kara.inInlingua International School of Languages is organising a summer camp for kids between the age group of six to 12 years. The program includes language enhancement, reading and listening skills, social skills, etiquette classes, table manners, story reading, public speaking etc. The three-week program would concentrate on an overall personality development. Inlingua is at No. 157, 36th cross, 9th main, 5th Block, Jayanagar. Call: 41505568/ 78 or 9448034783. E-mail: Active Canvas, the art school, will start summer courses from April 1. Activity course for pre-schoolers (three to five years) starts on April 2 and is on for two weeks from 10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. Story Telling (three to six years) starts on April 2 for two weeks from noon to 1 p.m. Call: 41609122 or 99801-29768 or log onto Sangeetha Seva Prathisthana, in association with Susvara Bharathi and Sri Jayamma Seva Mandali is organising a free summer camp on Carnatic classical music for children everyday between 10.30 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. from April 2 to 13. Contact B.N. Hariprasad on 26630680 or Shashikumar on 26649338 or 94485 70122. The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers, Bangalore Centre, is conducting a summer school in electronics for children in the IX and X standards from April 1 to 29. Contact IETE, Bellary Road, Ganganagar Extension on 23337231 or log onto K.C. Reddy Swim Centre is organising a learn-to-swim camp for children and adults. The camp offers a choice of three batches from April 2 to 22, from April 23 to May 14 or from May 15 to June 4. Contact the K.C. Reddy Swim Centre, Sadashivnagar on 23619558 or 23610774. Go Sports is organising two month-long summer sports camps at the Woodrose Club in J.P. Nagar from April 2 and April 30. The camps are for children between the age group of five and 13 include an hour a day each of swimming coaching with Olympian Nisha Millet and sports edutainment activities such as story-telling on sports-based themes, screening of sports movies and arts and crafts. Contact Shefali on 99443 52823 or email Karana is organising a summer workshop in arts and crafts, light music, keyboard, creative dance, Indian folk dances and yoga and meditation from April 2 to 14 and from April 16 to 28. Karana also offers free Sanskrit vocational training courses from April 3 to 13 and from April 17 to 28. Contact 65608979 or 23488977 or email Log onto




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