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Parents and children had a gala time exploring 'out of box' ideas as as they attended the experiential fest 'Unclone' organised by Children's Garden Preschool at Raj Nagar in Nagpur.
Unclone was a collaborative event, which brought unconventional and alternative businesses under one roof to give learning opportunities to parents and children through different workshops. Conceptualised by Dr Suchika Amol Deshmukh, Unclone was an unique event, which focussed on giving each visitor a memorable experience.
Speaking to Nation Next, Dr Deshmukh said, "I am doctor and I'm running a preschool now. I am really passionate about it. Through Unclone, I wished to bring similar passionate people with unconventional businesses under one roof to enable people a chance to explore new ideas."
Reacting to the response to the fest, Dr Deshmukh added, "This is the first ediotion of Unclone and I am happy with the response we got. It's great that people came in and learned new things."
The fest, which was attended by more than 500 people, had workshops by Jump, Corridor Seven, R Magic Door, Happy Hippo, Teepee, Healthy Traditions, Granny’s Gift, Genesys Pottery School, Tricous Chocolates & Academy, HERD Group, All Things Healthicious, Happy Clean, Zero Gravity, Neevam - The School and Infinite Space.
Children's Garden Preschool is a school with an alternative system of education. The school, which is for kids from the age of two to the age of six, teaches different things to kids through experiential learning instead of using the conventional methods of teaching.