The children are thoroughly enjoying every bit of the time they are left with. At the same time, they are doing well and are resting. Children had milk and biscuits after waking up at 7:00, followed by breakfast.
Yesterday, in the evening the expert gave the children some focus questions on the form and the function a species performs in its habitat. This gave the children a new perspective to observe about their species. The budding naturalists set out with all curiosity for the sanctuary by 8:30. Today, they will be completely engaged in their crews for closely observing and understanding the behaviour and habitat of their species with support from the experts.
As soon as they come back, they will have lunch at 1:00 and rest. They will bathe and enjoy free time till 3:00. Between 3:00 and 6:00, the children will be divided into two groups, one practicing the specie specific theatre and the other will interact with the expert to share their observations and clarify any doubts. Later the groups will swap. The interaction with the experts today will help the children to finalise their theatre for the final performance tomorrow.
Around 6:00 children will refresh themselves with snacks and milk followed by own time till 7:00. This is the time they will spend playing and chit chatting with their friends. Today, in the circle time, they will be sharing their fears, if they had any and how they overcame them. Children will also share about their connection with the nature.
Dinner will be served around 8:00 after which children will go off to sleep for a longer yet interesting day tomorrow. They are looking forward to the final theatre presentation tomorrow. Since it is the last night at the camp, children will be briefed about the schedule for tomorrow.
Apart from these, the feeling of togetherness is on a high as we will be celebrating the birthday of Neil Biala of class 4B in the evening.