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March 17, 2020 Tuesday 11:27:07 AM IST

Time for a Holiday!

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The time has come for a holiday
See so many places while we are away
We'll get to share
We'll get to laugh
We'll have so much fun
We will get to play
              -Vacation Song

Children are really excited as the academic year draws to a close. As each one of them bid goodbye to friends, their parents are busy looking at options to keep their children creatively engaged in the scorching summer. Here we take a look at the more experiential and learn-while-play options not only for children but the entire family.


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