Story of Emoticons Online Creative Thinking and Writing Program

Emotions are the invisible threads which hold us together and tie us to others. When you string them into words, they take shape and form. Sometimes they flow like a poem and at times settle down as a story. Sometimes they come out like thundering rain and at times they may trickle out like a drizzle.

The story of Emoticons is a 10 session creative writing program designed for children to connect, express and absorb emotions in writing.

Note: The program is designed not just for those who love to write. All children have the capacity to express, they just need the right push and the right environment.

The program includes 10 sessions of 1.5 hour each, spread over these dates(every Saturday and Wednesday) –
16th Jan, 20th Jan, 23rd Jan, 27th Jan, 30th Jan, 3rd Feb, 6th Feb, 10th Feb, 13th Feb

Session with parents- 17th Feb

Batch 1-Timings: 5- 6.30 p.m. IST

Batch 2-Timings: 7- 8.30 p.m. IST

Age: 11-13 years

Batch Size: 6

Cost: Rs.7500 for new students

Rs.7000 for existing students


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

Program Highlights:

* Unmask Emotions: Learn to observe, face and express emotions
* Vocabulary of Emotions: Acquiring and inventing words to express emotions
* Express as characters: Etching characters out of personal experience and from our environment
* Dig stories from life: Writing personal anecdotes as universal stories
* Pouring into poems: Stringing emotions into poetry

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About the Facilitator-
Manmeet Narang is a facilitator and a writer. 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’ published by StoryMirror. Her second short story was published in 2018 as part of the anthology ‘Escape Velocity’.Lately 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.
When she is not training or writing, she is either reading, listening to music, walking in nature, exploring places or playing with her children