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Piramal launches botany-based educational game for children

Hyderabad: Piramal Enterprises’ Consumer Products Division today announced the launch of an innovative, educational game to nurture learning through creativity for children between the ages of 7 and 11.

Developed in the Piramal Innovation Laboratory, Jungle Magic’s ‘Garden Sciencz’ provides a wide expanse of practical learning for children to explore, question and gain all-round development by focusing on India’s geography and vegetation diversity, the company said.

 Jungle Magic, conceptualised in 2009, caters to the well-being of children by providing ‘well being through enchantment’.

‘Garden Sciencz’, a botany-based educational game, aims to stimulate child learning and development in a fun way, the company said.

The kit looks to enable holistic growth of children by developing their social, thinking, emotional and physical (STEP) skills.

Commenting on the launch, Kedar Rajadnye, Chief Operating Officer, Consumer Products Division, Piramal Enterprises, said, “In recent years, education and knowledge sharing has undergone a significant change, with hands-on learning being replaced by the virtual space.

“Through the launch of Jungle Magics Garden Sciencz, Piramal Enterprises seeks to revive the crucial role of hands-on learning in the lives of younger children by making learning fun.

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