FLOW: Creative Writing Program for Children

FLOW is a program designed with the purpose to help children knock down barriers, find their voice, expand their canvas and write freely.

The workshop is meant not only for children who want to be writers, but for every child as everyone desires and deserves to express.

The program will be spread over ten sessions ( every Wednesday and Saturday) on the following dates-

16th July, 20th July, 23rd July, 30th July, 31st July( This is an exception. The session to be held on 27th July Wednesday will be held on Sunday), 3rd August, 6th August, 10th August, 13th August, 17th August

Batch 1-Timings: 4 -5.30 p.m.(IST)
Batch 2-Timings: 6.30-8 p.m.(IST)
Age: 11-14 years
Batch Size: 6 students in each batch
Cost: Rs.7000

Visit our website www.sailingleaf.in to know more about our work. Email at sailingleaf77@gmail.com or whatsapp at 9871090943 to register.

Highlights of the Program-
• Break Barriers
• Mental workout
• Conscious Vs Subconscious
• Quotes & Sayings
• Captions & Names
• Travel Stories
• Speech Writing

• Writing assignments
• Group discussions
• Audio-video aids
• Activities
• Brain games

Expected Outcomes-
• Self-confidence
• Self-awareness
• Self-expression
• Ability to work with a group
• Ability to think things differently
• Ability to question and reflect
• Observation Skills
• Listening Skills
• Communication Skills

About The Facilitator:

Manmeet Narang is a facilitator, a poet, an author and a performer. Her entire work with children, parents and teachers revolves around making people think, reflect and discover themselves. Her writing began with children’s books and then she forayed into adult fiction with her short story in the anthology ‘The Other’. Her second short story was published in 2018 as part of the anthology ‘Escape Velocity’. She was declared winner of the prestigious Write India contest by noted poet and lyricist Gulzar. Her articles feature in Daily O, The Better India and Women’s Web. You can find Manmeet reciting poetry on her YouTube channel.

When she is not training or writing, she is either reading, listening to music, walking in nature, exploring places or playing with her children.