MUMBAI, (GNI): Bachchon Ka Boom, a unique edutainment carnival organised by Growel’s 101 mall is proving to be an immensely enjoyable as well as a thorough learning experience for children this summer. The fun extravaganza, which started on May 6 and will go on till May 22, includes a series of workshops to engage kids and is being held at the mall premises in Kandivili.
This is the third edition of the annual fun fiesta. The festival has an array of workshops including some delectable ones like chocolate making which gives kids the opportunity to learn the art and technique of preparing chocolate at home. It will cover a range of sessions like preparation methods, shaping of chocolates and so on.
There are also other exciting attractions for kids at the Fun Zone such as Dunk Tank Unit, Burst-the-Pinata, Fish Bowl Toss and Feed-The-Clown. With almost 20 amusing activities for kids between ages 6 and 14, the aim of the carnival is to encourage them to utilize their valuable time, help them home their skills and provide a platform to showcase their talent. Some other activities that are a part of the carnival include Sand Moulding, Paper Quiling, Balloon Painting, Cup Cake Decoration, Rubber Band Making etc. The popularity of the gala is visible in the fact that on any given day, more than a hundred kids are seen participating with great enthusiasm and fervor.
Talking about the summer carnival, Urvi Vira, Head Mall Marketing, Growel’s 101 Mall said, “The idea of Bachchon Ka Boom is to offer something innovative and unconventional to our customers. Often because of immense work pressures, many parents are unable to spend quality time with their children. The activities in the carnival are helping to keep the kids occupied in something creative during the summer vacations which is always a concern for parents. That is the reason why we thought of hosting such fun learning activities that can best engage the kids and help them improve their skills and knowledge. We are happy with the success of the event and intend to host more such activities in the days to come.”
The participants also got a chance to be trained by expert trainers who were present at the events and shared valuable knowledge.ends