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It takes only 1/24th second to correctly interpret facial expression.

Empathy allows us to reach beyond our own individual experience by feeling what other people experience. Empathy leads to caring, altruism and compassion. This is must developed skill in kids who

  1. Does not listen to elders and are disrespectful
  2. Often fights with others
  3. Not considerate to others
  4. Not very helpful to others.

The moment your child will attend this interesting session on Empathy, his thought process will start changing. They will learn empathy through various role plays, games, stories and other activities. They are planned in such a way that it will match the age of your child.


1. Charades Guessing Game - A game where kids will have to guess the feelings of others. This fun filled game will help kids to acknowledge others feelings.

2. Meal blindfolded - This game will instill strong empathetic capacities in children, which in turn will make them less aggressive and engage in more prosocial acts, such as helping and sharing.

3. Art of agreeing with disagree



The lucky five


Seeing through different eyes.


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1. You, me and Em - This charming story uses verse, beautiful illustrations and a little person called Quinn to model an abundance of understanding, compassion and kindness towards others. Showing empathy towards others is a learnt trait, and one to nurture and cherish with children in our care.

Mindfulness Activities

Handling emotions

These exercises can help children calm down, become more focused, fall asleep more easily, alleviate worry, manage anger, and generally become more patient and aware.

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There is something we are all capable of but usually don't cultivate intentionally. Why not start young in training those capacities?

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The Conveyer Belt of Worries

This is a great exercise for the kids who are worries even for a very small reason like "I am going to fail in my exams"; "I think, I won't be invited in birthday party"; "I think I am ugly". Once practiced this exercise will always helps kids to face the world with more optimistic approach.

Handling emotions

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