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Unearth Creative Thinking And Writing Program

Writing is not an external quest but an internal journey!

Layer by layer as we dig into our mind, we find out how we think and what we feel. Once we reach the fountainhead of our thoughts, writing comes naturally. That’s what we shall do in the program ‘Unearth’.

Writing is a process of opening yourself inside out. The program builds an ecosystem where all children together find their self expression, understand their unique thought process, discover their creativity and learn(also unlearn) nuances of creative writing.

Note: The program is meant for not only those who write but all children who desire and deserve to express themselves.

The program includes 11 sessions spread over these dates –

First week – 13th, 14th and 16th August

From second week – Every Thursday and Sunday

20th, 23rd, 27th, 30th August, 3rd, 6th, 10th September

13th September- Session with parents

Batch 1-Timings: 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. IST

Batch 2-Timings: 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. IST (9:00 – 10:30 a.m EST)

Age: 11-13 years

Batch Size: 6

Cost: 5,500 INR / 100 USD / 125 CAD

Email sailingleaf77@gmail.com for queries and to register.

Program Highlights:
• Observation Skills
• Mindfulness
• Divergent Thinking
• Imagery
• Poetry
• Micro Fiction

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

Visit our website www.sailingleaf.in to know more about our work.

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.