Moulding paper mache, sniffing scents around the home, household chores, diy musical instruments, shadow art and making friends with food… were some of our suggestions to parents who had gathered virtually for Mirra's Annual Sensory Experience Exhibition on 28th of November 2020.

Threading themes into the Senses has always been an interesting perspective and throws a whole body of ideas. It has been so right from SEE's initial edition in 2016 and this year was no different . The pandemic ensured that our thinking caps were securely on to look at novel ways of engaging and facilitating interactions with our children.

Hence, at SEE 2020 parents saw how all our Senses can be put to use right from the comfort of their homes and materials at hand.