Mothercare School

Developing empathy, caring, responsibility, sharing and gratitude for all that they have. 

Clothes, toys, books got from home by our children being handed over for their under privileged friends.

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A van loaded stuff sent to their underprivileged friends. Thanks to the mothers who made the effort to send the surplus things at home and help in their kids learning.

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Feeling good and content. This was done before the cold returned with a vengeance.

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Mothercare School kids plucking tomatoes and making juice and soup 

Mothercare School kids plucking organically grown tomatoes in the school campus and making  yummylicious juice and soup and having it too. Children learnt so many new words while doing these healthy and tasty activities like, plucking, squashing, cutting, slicing, mixing, cooking etc. We are sure most of our children are perhaps the first in their families to ever get the joy of plucking fresh vegetables from a garden and that too grown organically also using them fresh and full of vitamins. We wish parents could see how much their kids enjoyed tomato juice.

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Marching to the garden to harvest fresh vegetables.

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Is there a better way for me to know the names of vegetables?

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Experiencing the joy of making tomato juice and soup themselves and then tasting them too.

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How we love our fresh tomato juice.

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Posted by Web Team Saturday, April 8, 2017 8:52:00 AM Categories: Environment Friendly School Gardening School Activities School Campus Video Young Volunteers for a Better India

Mothercare School Children Planting… Our Little Future Care takers 

Children are having workshops on Ecology and Environment  with the onset of the rainy season and school reopening after summer vacation.They are learning how to grow plants and take care of them.

First day of plantation...Ist step

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3rd step. Little fertilizer and earth mixture being sprinkled on the sprouted beans.We are makings some healthy sprouts for our salad party

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2nd day...children excited to see their green seed sprouts...their roots (white straws) have started eating and drinking
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Posted by Web Team Thursday, August 4, 2016 3:03:00 AM Categories: Environment Friendly School Gardening School Activities Workshop Young Volunteers for a Better India

Celebrating our bond with Mother Earth 

The months of July, August and September is our ecology, environment, relationship, belonging and responsibility workshop time. On 31st July, Guru Purnima day, the months learning was celebrated with each class making a part of a huge rakhi, depicting what they are ready to love, care for, not harm in any way and be fully responsible for farm animals and pets, wild animals, no to plastics, healthy me and no no no to junk food.

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if I don’t take responsibility for conserving water, for planting trees then my future is bleak like this barren earth with land slides and acid rains.

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Nurture mother earth with preventing air pollution.

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All the rakhis were sewn together to make this very huge rakhi in readiness for Raksha Bandhan declaring joint responsibility.

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Singing plantation songs, chanting Sanskrit shlokas, picking neem tree seeds and saplings and learning to sow and transplant them.

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Posted by Web Team Saturday, August 8, 2015 6:38:00 AM Categories: Environment Friendly School Festivals Young Volunteers for a Better India

Young Volunteers for a Better India 

Thank you for all the clothes, toys, books and shoes collected for distribution amongst under privileged children. They have been distributed to the children of mobile labourers from Singrauli in Madhya Pradesh being encouraged to study at the NISHULK SHIKSHA KENDRA near Ashiana Aurangabad crossing Lucknow.

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This is the " IPTADA" of Young Volunteers for a Better India. Children have to learn to be grateful for what they have and realise that there are others who are not as fortunate. Makar Sankranti celebrations on 14th Jan can start with them collecting a fist full daily of Khichri ingredients or til/laiya laddoos or gur for their new found friends. Our children growing up responsible seems to be the only hope for a better India. Happy new Year.

~ Shobha Dev

Posted by Web Team Tuesday, January 1, 2013 6:54:00 AM Categories: Notice Young Volunteers for a Better India