Sensory Mela At Sri Aurobindo School
A ‘Sensory Mela’ was organised at Sri Aurobindo School of Integral Education, where the young Kindergarteners hopped from stall to stall exploring how, through the five senses, the world is experienced. Students were blindfolded and were taken to ‘Sense of taste’ stall where their task was to identify the food items only through taste. The students, at the ‘Sense of Smell’stall sniffed the bowls filled with different objects in order to identify their different contents. For the ‘Sense of Touch’, blindfolded students explored clothes and papers with different textures and smoothness. At the ‘Sense of Sight’ stall, students indulged in fun task such as ‘separating of different coloured balls’. And to explore the ‘Sense of Hearing’ the little ones were again blindfolded and asked to identify various sounds of musical instruments and follow them. Sensory Mela was successful in providing a unified – wholesome sensory experience to our young ones.