The first workshop will highlight an integrative method of education for children between the ages of three and six. The specific age range was chosen as children at the age of three are highly active and engaged whilst children between four and five are able to concentrate for slightly longer periods of time creating a balance of both engagement and activity, as well as an encouraging environment where younger children are able to learn from elder ones.

*The content was slightly modified in terms of depth and girth for children aged six to ten in order to accommodate for curiosity, span of attention and interest.

The workshop consists of:

  1. Hands-on learning of science, biology and moral science (morality).
  2. Interactive session of question and answers
  3. Engagement with parents/ caregivers
  4. Post-workshop debrief/ closing

In this workshop children are invited to listen to a story narrated by the workshop conductor. The story will take the children on an exploration of their environment, marine life (biology) and question their moral stance without reverting to religion.

Objective:


The purpose of this integration is to show both children and their parents that learning can be an engaging and hands-on experience, devoid of rote memorization. 

Facilitator:


Elena Bass (MS Child psychology, MS Journalism, Prof. Dhaka University).

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Buckets Engineer is pleased to announce their first interactive ‘STORYGAMI’ workshop session. The workshops are geared towards children of all abilities hosted at Moar.

A total of 2(two) workshops were conducted catered towards 2 (two) age groups:
Day 1 for kids between 6-9 and Day 2 for 10-12. Each workshop used different forms of art, music and interactive motion sensory games for children which will eventually help parents understand their child’s emotional quotient and growth.

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Objective:


  • Assess and improve hand eye coordination
  • Having a fun time working on things kids enjoy doing
  • A chance to understand the following skills of children:
    • Visualization and story-telling
    • Sensory
    • Gross and Fine Motor
    • Cognitive
    • Communication- verbal and physical expression
    • Musical sense
  • Understand and bring out children’s interest in art and music
  • Bring a positive difference in parent-children bonding, how they work as a teamwork and communicate with each other
  • Provide some tools and tips at the end of the workshop to help parents/care-givers work on their children’s strength and weaknesses.

Facilitator:


  • Tanjilut Tasnuba Riddhi- Curriculum Supervisor. MA in Special Education and Inclusive Education, Institute of Education University of London
  • Najmun NaharCurriculum Developer. MA in Education, Institute of Education & Research, Dhaka University
  • Yurika Uematsu Bhuiyan- Storyteller. MBA, Durham Business School, London. Chief Bopper, BOP Journal.
  • Saki Mochizuki- Origami Specialist. Founder, Ami Tumi.
  • Wasi Noor Azam- Animation Mention. Animator, Film Maker and Photographer
  • Mahenaz Chowdhury- Art Enthusiast. CEO & Founder, Buckets Engineer
  • Humayun Islam- Interactive Game & Animation Specialist and Musician, Kaaktalio
  • Shoummo Saha- Interactive Game & Animation Specialist, Movie Maker and Musician, Kaaktalio

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Spread the word on autism and learning difficulties in children with a bake off workshop.
Learn how to bake delicious daily treats guided by our cake experts and nutritionists.
How about learning a bit about nutrition through puppet music theater too?
There will be arts and crafts for the children and goodie bags to take home for everyone.
We bake a big batch each workshop to hand out to classrooms and the general the community.
Each bag contains a message from the children crafted in the workshop and information on autism. You’re free to come and join us to spread the word.

Making a difference has never been so sweet.

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Objective:


  • Teach parents and children about autism and what to understand about being friends with autistic children
  • Motor skills
  • Concepts of measurement
  • Following instructions and executing actions
  • Observation and listening skills

Facilitator:


  • Rukhsara Osman: Professional Chef
  • Hamida Saleh: Bakery Expert

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