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Tweego: Ma teaches the kids, how to reuse Tin cans

mango seeds

It has been raining cats and dogs and much to Fangchu’s dismay, Ma has asked him not to venture out into the garden. Ma did mention though that being the retreating monsoons, the rains will be over in a very short while. That did uplift Fangchu’s mood but not much to avoid Ma being concerned. She planned to sit with the kids and teach them on how they can recycle empty tin cans. This will avoid creation of waste and also help create new life. She sat together with the kids with the following items neatly laid out on the …

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Fangchu’s ‘thirst quenching’ trip

It was an unusual morning. A very rare occurrence since it was a mid-week holiday. The house was quiet and even Tweego’s antics seemed to have taken a break! He was sleeping peacefully near the doorway to the garden. But as soon as Fangchu stepped into the drawing room, his ears twitched. By the time Fangchu had reached his parents room, Tweego was already at his parent’s bed side, wagging his tail. Fangchu thought otherwise. His Father has been working late these past few days and needed a good round of sleep and rest. Much to his surprise, within an …

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Video: a Forest’s life

lifecycle of a forest

Watch how a forest comes to life during the various seasons. This time-lapse video has been created by assimilating over 40,000 pictures clicked over 15 months.

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The importance of Roots

What is the importance of Roots to a plant? Fangchu and Kia's mother teaches them on their importance and the role they play to the development of a plant.

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Transplanting the seedlings

Fangchu's mother teaches her two kids on how to transplant the seedlings that they had prepared. For Kia, Fangchu's little sister, it is more about the mud than the saplings!

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The Seed Experiment

Tweego, fangchu, kia, rakshabandhan

After their last experiment with a plant and a poly-bag, Ma teaches Kia and Fangchu to plant their first seed. It's their first seed experiment.

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