Caring for nature

Tiny tots spread the message of nature conservation and showcased their creativity at the Nature Dream contest held by EVWR (Evolve With Wisdom Route), a centre for experimental learning for c

Published: 29th January 2012 12:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:24 PM   |  A+A-

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(Left) Children take part in the Nature Dream contest held at The Little Millennium on January 21; (Right) Sudha Gururaj and Shobana Vijay Anand, foun

Tiny tots spread the message of nature conservation and showcased their creativity at the Nature Dream contest held by EVWR (Evolve With Wisdom Route), a centre for experimental learning for children, in association with Fun Squared, at The Little Millennium, Anna Nagar on January 21. Over 80 enthusiastic youngsters took part in a slew of competitions on the theme, ‘Reduce, Recycle and Reuse’.

The fun-filled event began with the ‘Best Out of Waste’ contest where the children created captivating art works from junk items, including plastic bottles, cardboard boxes and paper plates.  The drawing and colouring competition witnessed young minds put in their creative best on the canvas using diverse mediums. Adding to the excitement was the storytelling and action rhymes contest centred on the core theme.

In a fitting finale to the contest, Parampara, an organisation dedicated to spreading the values of Indian heritage and traditional practices, distributed 100 Tulsi saplings to the participants.

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