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=== Process ===
Before beginning the camp at schools, initially, the education team sent an IVRS to the parents of the pupils. The facilitators also took up the responsibility to inform the parents of each student about the camp and its need for their children, to encourage and get support from parents in sending their wards to the school. Each camp day either starts or ends with games, to spread a healthy fun-filled learning atmosphere, and thus encouraging the students to attend school regularly. The team regularly shared feedback on various activities and modified them from time-to-time to meet the suitable needs of the learners. Students were also given an opportunity to drop questions on what they liked to learn, in the allotted box.
[[File:Figure 1- Colour mixing activity at HGBHS School.jpg|left|thumb|500x500px|Figure 1: Colour mixing activity at HGBHS School]]
[[File:Figure 2- Indoor games at Hombegowda Boys High School.jpg|right|thumb|490x500px|Figure 2: Indoor games at Hombegowda Boys High School]]
The list of activities that were conducted in the camps were - language basics, awareness on health and hygiene, puzzles (Tangram ), number line basics, scattergories, everyday science activity (colour mixing, separating mixture using different methods and acid-base test using natural indicators) number sense and foundational geometry, picture-based storytelling, reading activity (Kannada), making clock and timeline by students, matchstick puzzles, quiz time and indoor games (chess and other board games).

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