India’s biggest Kids carnival to kick off on June 2


Hyderabad :  India's largest Kids' Carnival--Kids Fair 2016 is back again and it will be held at Hitex in the city from June 2 to 5. Powered by KidEngage, Hyderabad's premier discovery and engagement platform designed to enable holistic development of children, the organizers have lined workshops, competitions and activities besides the exhibitors showcasing latest products, services and offerings. Groiler, which is the world's largest book publisher and a leader in educational technology, whose mission is to become the in-home learning experts by providing quality products to help parents educate their children at home is the knowledge partner for the fair. Over 100 exhibitors will display their new offerings in this fair include Child Care and Daily Use Products, Children Clothing, Accessories, Furniture, Food, Nutritive products, Courses, Trainings, Skills, Health, Medical, Fitness, Innovative Gadgets, Toys, Educational Aids, Tools, Learning Products, Financial & Insurance products, Parental Education in upbringing up children. Some of the exhibitors include KidEngage, Grolier, Zebronics,, Nickelodeon Sonic, ParentEdge, Brainfeed, Champak, Robinage, LIC of India, Kumon, Cognosia, Next Education, Havmor, TTK Products, Orchids International school, Kings Chess academy, Crossword Book Stores, Sproutz school.
The Fair will play host to a great line-up of kid’s fashion, accessories, games, education and food brands.
The Fair provides a comprehensive shopping experience showcasing vendors that appeal to children and parents alike. The workshops lined up include Clay Craft; Strings & Fingers; Snip & Fold; Curls & Squiggles, Science Experiment Zone. Some of the activities which children and parents must eagerly look forward to are the Man Machine, Mixed Media Art, Framing a Feast, T-Shirt Painting, Rock Climbing, Dirty Feet, Water Zorbing, Chhota Bheem Show, Shiva Show, Bungee Trampoline and Golf. Water Zorbing is the most fun filled activity at the carnival that the kids fall in love with over and over again. Robin Age an award winning weekly newspaper for children, whose 25 per cent of content is created by children will set up a stall to spread awareness about how this forum could be used by children to express their opinion and creativity. Some of the competitions include Painting and Singing.
KidEngage is lining up a wide range of activities including live song, dance and theatre performances by children.
More than 50,000 foot-fall is expected at the Carnival and the entry to the fair is put at very nominal at Rs 50 for adults and Rs 30 for kids and booking can be done online on KidEngage, bookmyshow and MeraEvents websites.

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