Toiing Quarantivities: Engaging Kids At Home | Age 8+ Years

Toiing Quarantivities: Engaging Kids At Home | Age 8+ Years

We believe that Play is the best way for our kids (and for us) to learn, and become better people in the process. As an extension of our love for play, we began Quarantivities, live sessions to keep kids engaged during the lock down with a bunch of fun activities.

We have created WhatsApp Groups where we will send newer ways to keep our kids engaged indoors in the coming days as we make do with limited play options. You can look forward to fun Indoor Play Ideas, Quick Recipes, Workout Ideas, Book Reviews and Puzzles for kids in the coming weeks.

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Here are the links to our past sessions for age group 8+ years

Finger Painting with Rimjhim

Rimjhim, founder of Art Delight Group is a self-taught artist, an avid traveller and a strong believer of art to connect people!

Session Brief: Learn the art of finger painting and create a beautiful scenery using just your fingers!

Materials Required: Chart/ A4 white paper, paints, pencil, 2 ear buds

Zentangle with Rimjhim

Session Brief: Join us for this fun session of Zentangle, an easy-to-learn, relaxing and fun way to create beautiful structured patterns. It’s the most perfect way to get your kids to practice mindfulness, be creative as well as keep them busy during the lock down.

Materials Required: Pen (Any color- Gel, marker, sketch pen etc), Pencil, Paper, Eraser, Colours (Optional)


Mosaic Art with Shikha

Shikha is the founder at Create Out and she brings people together in everyday settings to explore the joy of creating. She is an engineer by qualification and a self-taught artist

Session Brief: Explore unconventional techniques of paper mosaic creation and paper marbling!

Materials Required:

Paper Mosaic: White and coloured sheets of papers, glue, scissors, pencil

Paper Marbling:
Shaving Foam, Water colours, white paper, thick paper sheet

Doodling with Rohit 

Rohit Soni, founder of The Doodle Kit Project, is a doodle master, artist, UI UX designer and an artpreneur.

Session Brief: Learn to make fun scribbles and doodles on tea time snacks and create your very own tea time family!

Materials Required: White papers, black pen/ sketchpen, pencil, eraser

Art & Craft Specials with Shruti Acharya

Shruti Acharya is the founder and creative mind behind the blog where she shares fun art & craft ideas for moms & kids. The blog is one of India's top parenting blogs with over 10 million monthly views!

Session Brief: ArstyCraftsyMom teaches you a fun idea to make your own Mother’s Day card using craft supplies easily found in your house!

Materials Required: A4 sized sheets - red, green white, Scissors, Glue stick, Black Markers, Crepe paper/ white tissues


Session Brief: Join us in creating your very own animal toy using a tissue roll and a monster bookmark using sheets of paper

Materials Required: Colored paper - pink, red, blue, green yellow or any square paper for monsters, White paper, Scissors, Glue stick or fevicol, Sketch pens, Tape or stapler (optional), Cylindrical Pencil box / Bottle / glass, Tissue Roll

Cooking Special with Aparna

Aparna Shah is a Momfluencer and a YouTuber by the name @mama_gotfit where she shares her passion for fitness and easy to make healthy recipes and workout routines that you can do from the comfort of your own home.

Session Brief: Get your little chefs to be part of this no fire cooking session and next time you can switch roles and ask them to make your a snack! 

Material Required: 

Biscuit Pizza

Monaco biscuit or Krackjack sweet and salty, 1 onion diced finely, 1 tomato diced finely, tomato ketchup 1/2 cup, finely chopped garlic 1 tsp, oregano 1/2 tsp

Salad In A Jar

Lettuce, 1 cup Chopped tomatoes, 1 cup Diced onions, 1 cup cubed cucumber,
mixed bell peppers (1/2 cup if available), 2 tbsp Grated cheese, 
1/2 cup olives, 2 tbsp squeezed lemon juice or vinegar, 1/2 tsp minced garlic, 1 tsp oregano, 1/2 tsp sugar or honey or maple syrup, salt to taste, 1 Bowl/ Jar

Fruit Chaat

1 diced cucumber, 2 cups grapes, 2 mangoes, 1 cup papaya, 2 bananas, 1/2 tsp Jeera powder, 2 tsp sugar, 1/2 tsp Squeezed Lime juice, rock salt, Big and Small Bowl, 1/2 tsp salt, chaat masala, cheese

Mind Mapping with Priya Somani

Priya Somani, an ECCE trained

teacher, certified Storyteller & Psychotherapist is the founder of Little Netwon’s Lab

Session Brief: 

Teach your kids this interesting technique called Mind Mapping where they will learn how to put their thoughts onto a paper!

Materials Required:

A4 size white paper/sheet, Sketch pens, Rough Notebook, Pencil & eraser

Mad Science with Sanskriti

Sanskriti Singh is a powerhouse, science communicator and an educator striving for excellence in alternative teaching methods.

Session Brief: Put on your scientist hats and perform these fun experiments – smoke rings, bouncy egg and sprinkler and learn the science behind it!

Materials Required:

Smoke Rings: Plastic bottle, cutter, incense sticks/ mosquito coil, balloon, tape, match box

Bouncy Egg: Egg, vinegar, salt, sugar mixed in water 50 ml, food colour, water, 3 glasses

Sprinkler: Straw, small stick, scissors, eraser, rubber glue/ glue gun

Session Brief: Make a clinometer, a straw rocket and learn how rocket gets launched into space

Materials Required: An old CD, straws with two thickness the bigger should fit inside smaller, thread, eraser. 

Kitchen Gardening with Mansi Shah

Mansi Shah is the founder of GiftGreen, which is into eco-friendly & sustainable gifting. She is passionate about growing her own food and follows a zero waste lifestyle.

Session Brief: Learn to go grow your own plant and help kids learn life skills like patience and commitment!

Materials Required: Old plastic bottle,100 Gms Jaggery, 300 Gms Citrus peels (lemons. orange, mosambi)

Origami with Bob

Bobbie Vijayakkar or Bob as everyone calls him is a 65 years young, acclaimed Architect and Interior Designer by profession and a self-taught Origami Enthusiast.

Session Brief: Engage your little one in this fun session where they create their own DIY Tumbling Toy

Materials Required: 4 Square sized papers, it can be colored paper, plain white paper, craft paper or magazine paper

Session Brief: Make an origami crane using just a piece of paper and multiple folds! 

Materials Required: 1 Square sized papers, it can be colored paper, plain white paper, craft paper or magazine paper

Session Brief: Make an origami barking dog and a bird using just a piece of paper and multiple folds! 

Materials Required: A colored magazine or Newspaper : 6"×6"
A colored magazine or Newspaper : 6"× 6" or 8” x 8” or square

Doodling with Mamta Singh

Mamta Singh is a professional wall artist, doodler and an illustrator. She teaches doodle art and wall murals through her workshops and has taught over 3000 students across the globe.  

Session Brief: Objects Through Shapes

Let your creative juices flow with a doodling workshop that helps you unwind, relax and keep calm amidst the strain of the lock down. Happy Doodling!

Materials Required: 

Pencil, Eraser, Any Black Pen, White Sheet of Paper, Drawing Notebook

Session Brief: Thank You Card

Learn how to doodle stick figures and objects & create your own Thank You card using the techniques!

Materials Required: 

Pencil, Eraser, Any Black Pen, White Sheet of Paper, Drawing Notebook

Creative Writing with Shruti Divecha

Shruti Divecha is a freelance writer, teacher and founder of Amazing World for Kids. In this session, she will be taking the kids on a creative journey and teach them how to write a gratitude filled letter to the healthcare workers.

Materials Required: 

Pen, Pencil, Eraser, Sketch Pens, White Sheet of Paper, Notebook

Conscious Art with Simran Pawa 

Simran Pawa is a budding counsellor, reliable kid’s coach and a multi-passionate workshop curator for self-growth and development. She is the founder of you_workroom - a company that successfully conducts workshops for children and ladies. 

Materials Required:

An empty transparent jar with lid, craft scissor, glue, double tape (if possible), fevi-stick/glue, pencil, colour paper/ craft paper, white paper, satin ribbon or coloured thread, any decorative stationery


Faux Calligraphy with Divvya Bhatia

Divvya Bhatia is an educationist who works in an Entertainment company. Being a teacher for more than 6 years, art has been her passion. She and her sister Manali together teach kids various art forms like mandala, calligraphy, bottle painting etc. 

Material Required: 

Pen, Pencil, Eraser, Sketch Pens, White Sheet of Paper, Notebook


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