Spring Sing from a delightful bunch of children

Explore Learning moments at the change of seasons!

The change of seasons is an occasion to tweak daily routines in eating, playing, outing and other everyday moments. When life in villages takes on the colors of Spring, there’s magic everywhere. Children with multiple disabilities who are part of our projects use residual senses to explore the environment. Some love shopping or visiting markets, holding onto to their parents or guardians; others love to visit parks and gardens, feel the whispering wind, play with the light brush of butterflies,  enjoy the tickling grass and leaves, and bask in the fragrance of flowers.

Reaching out for the flowers!
All smiles as she tries to pluck a leaf
Group of children stand and give Namaste greeting.

It’s a wrap!

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