International Happiness Day at our Partner NGO

April 05, 2015

Last week at the NGO we did a lovely activity about happiness, to celebrate the International Happiness Day. First, we asked the kids about the definition of happiness. Then we asked them to write in pieces of paper what makes them sad or unhappy. They put those pieces of paper inside balloons, filled them with air and later on they bursted the balloons, representing that you can let go of things that make you sad, and whenever you get upset, you can take a deep breath (like when you fill a balloon with air) and make things better. The kids had a "blast" bursting those balloons.

You will be amazed to know the simple things that make them unhappy,which they want to let it go. Few of them become sad whenever they couldnt achieve what they want to, few of them don't like when somene scolds them when they get less marks in school ,few of them become sad for not leting them play during exams.

Later, we asked them to split into pairs and discuss things that make them happy. They had to switch pairs 3 times, and share with everyone what makes the other people happy, so that they can learn that happiness can be found in different things, and that they can learn new ways of being happy. Children really have a pure heart and find happiness in small little acts, like eating chocolates, going out to see new things and meet new people.

Sometimes, all we need is to look around ourselves and find joy in small little things, people around us. Because life is gift, if we don't live and enjoy it with happiness, we are kinda wasting it.
This week - at the kids request - we'll start teaching them drawing and painting. Stay tuned for wonderful news coming up!

Check out the pictures below and, by the way, Happee Easter everyone!!



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Size Chart

In case you have any doubt regarding which size you should purchase, kindly follow these steps to measure your foot, then check on the table below, the size which corresponds to the length of your foot in centimeters.

1. Standing up, place a sheet of paper under your foot. Draw the outline with a pencil.

2. With a measuring tape or ruler, measure the length of the foot, from the heel to the tip of the biggest toe.

 

   BALLERINA SHOES
COUNTRY SIZE

UK/INDIA

5

5.5

6

6.5

7

7.5

 

EUROPE

38

38/39

39

39/40

40

41

 

BRAZIL*

36

36.5

37

37.5

38

39

 

US

7

7.5

8

8.5

9

9.5

 

CENTIMETERS (FOOT) 23.8 24.1 24.6 25.1 25.4 25.9

 

   MOJARI SHOES
COUNTRY SIZE

UK/INDIA

3

4

5

6

7

8

 

EUROPE

35

36

37

38

39

40

 

BRAZIL*

33

34

35

36

37

38

 

US

4

5

6

7

8

9

 

CENTIMETERS 21,3 22,2 23 23,8 24,6 25,4

 

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