Fun-day Playing with Colours

Seventeen children of our Heggnahalli and Yalahanka Bridge Centres had a colour filled fun-day on

16 November 2013.

We believe in innovative ways of sensory-education for our children with disability and this was an

attempt at making our classroom more fun-filled. Children in our Bridge Education centres have

various degrees of mental retardation, cerebral palsy, autism, learning disabilities and physical


The workshop involved children playing with water, water-colours, twigs, thermocol balls and

finally laying their handprints on paper. Through this workshop we aimed at giving various sensory

experiences to the children.

“Children enjoyed it a lot. It gave them different sensations and exercise in eye and hand

coordination, finger-movement and colour identification. I was surprised as two children with

cerebral palsy also started to identify colours,” said Saroja, the physiotherapist and teacher at

Heggnahalli Bridge Education centre.

Sama wants to come with more innovative ways of sensory education for its children with disability.

We invite innovators in education to join us!

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