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. This we are sure is just one of the countless inspiring examples of people who consider age to be no more than a mere number! A policy that we at Raindrops have taken to heart.From the Editors' Desk.com www. As you may have noticed. "And anyway what can I do? The adults are the ones who pollute the waters. she raised money with members of ECO..raindropsmag. All of our articles only feature the creator's names . before now after (may be) You can make a difference Hi all. At the age of 12. she presented environmental issues from a child's perspective at the summit. drive around in automobiles that generate greenhouse gases. Along with three other group members. to attend the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. it passed by. you may ask... This year too.com Drop No: 3 . festivals mean a day off. I am just a child and am powerless!” Many a time.. The 22nd of April has been marked globally as "Earth day" since 1970. being a child can be very frustrating but age should never come in the way of following your heart! Severn Suzuki was 9 yrs old when she started the Environmental Children's Organization (ECO)..what good is an Earth day for a child?".You can make a difference! warmly.. "A birthday is fun.never their age! Believe that the future starts with you. cut down trees and clear up rainforests in the name of development. editors@raindr0psmag. She was greatly applauded for a moving speech to the delegates and has since been popularly known as "The Girl Who Silenced the World for 5 Minutes". The Raindrops Team.
Giggles and his Rainforest friends By Eesha Srinivas Giggles tried not to think about being eaten by ocelots or jaguars as they walked. before Giggles could stammer out anything. they heard a soft hissss. But suddenly. "Has Howler gone mad?" But then. "Run!" and took Giggles by the paw. "Hello!" she whispered. "Wait!". but he couldn't see anything. the Anaconda had wrapped both howler and him in her thick coils.The Amazon River! (If you recollect.) Then Ginger whispered a goodbye and streaked away. when a striped blur of colour zipped towards the Anaconda's eyes. "Ana what?" thought Giiggles. "HISS! How dare you tresspass on my property!" Before Giggles could react. "ANACONDA!" howled Howler. Drop No: 4 . Giggles turned around and saw his sister.. They walked and walked and finally reached what Giggles called one of the wonders of the world . shouted Giggles. She was just about to strangle them. Then. Eesha The journey continues. Giggles looked back. a great big snake slithered out of nowhere. rushing after her.. He began to giggle at that thought. (Ginger seemed to have picked up the habit of whispering. Ginger smiled and gestured towards a beautiful parrot... Suddenly. Howler bellowed. Maybe Howler really had gone mad. The Anaconda gave an angy hiss and retreated with scratches on her eyes. "That is Mayuri!" she whispered again.A story feature. they were in that rainforest).
picked up a bottle and poured it's contents into their mother's glass of coffee. "Oh no!" gasped Uma. It read : DEADLY POISON. when the doorbell rang A lady walked in.. dear. "Then I shall have to call a detective!" "That's it!" groaned Geet miserably. They walked all the way back home and spent the next half an hour cowering as their mother shouted about how worried she'd been.. To be continued. Geet and Uma had no choice but to go home. "We can't be bothered with such childish nonsense!". they said and showed them the door after warning them not to trouble them anymore with such tall tales. As her mother picked up the phone. "No shred of evidence!" she said. Eesha Drop No: 5 .The mystery of the missing golden vase Part V By Eesha Srinivas Geet and Uma ran into the police station shouting. She told Geet everything and they swapped the two mugs of coffee while the lady was not looking. The lady evidently thinking that she was not being watched. The lady picked up the poisoned coffee and took a sip. "Oh. how she had forced open the door of the old shed only to find two men who shoved her aside and hurried away! (Geet and Uma let out shouts of horror at this!) Then they changed into brighter clothes and were doodling on the floor. rather haughtily. "We've failed!" Uma wasn't listening though. "We don't believe it!" said the police officers when Geet and Uma told them the whole story. After a while. just as Geet and Uma dashed out of the room." said their mother. "Thieves!thieves!" at the top of their voices. Uma peered at the bottle. she stared at the lady.
Our special thanks to Gerry Martin India’s first adventurer on National Geographic channel. some soil and then some gravel and Drop No: 6 . Plan for the day - First talk about the Rainforests and unde rstand what they are.He grew up in a farmhouse. the dos and don'ts in the outdoors and get ‘hands-on’ experiences in nature and leave with a certain connect with the environment.Kaleidoscope A DAY OUT AT GERRY'S FARM Cartoon Strips by Asawari. Write-up by Eesha. Sec ond make a moss garden in a glas s jar e collect some the moss garden. first w For dried leaves. wildlife expert and herpetologist Gerard ‘Gerry’ Martin has been wild at heart since the times he was a kid . Today he shares his love for adventure with children and educates them about nature and animals through camps and workshops. where children from the city learn about survival. This time.South India. surrounded by animals and nature. we present a snap-shot of a day out at Gerry’s farm located in the outskirts of Bangalore . His camps involve a structured introduction to nature and the wild.
They can watch the effects and that can then translate to a conversation on something as relevant as climate change!” Drop No: 7 . “The children and I spoke about rain and rainforests as the moss All too soon it's time to go. then add the mixture of soil and crushed dry leaves. flood it. gardens help them 'see' a little of Meet you next time with another project! why we need pebbles at the bottom.scraping off moss from the water tank walls with a special scooper! To assemble moss garden: In a glass jar. Sprinkle some water and close the lid of the jar .. Let them experiment with the environment in their jars. some soil and humus on the top before we plant the moss. etc... Another interesting conversation that can be had with the kids regarding their moss gardens is that of the 'environment'. Gently place the moss on top. This was the fun part . Dry it up.. Don't forget to take care of it! Now it's assembly time! Gerry says.place it in the bathroom or any other area with high humidity and enjoy your special garden. put gravel in the bottom.Kaleidoscope A DAY OUT AT GERRY'S FARM Continued.
Now.Limerick's Lyrics A Crafty Poem by Shalom Put out your drawing books. get out your paper. How about an ugly frog. Maybe doing up a photo-frame. is certainly nosy! Who knows what I’m going to make. or maybe a witch. Sharpen your pencils. Lay down your scissors. what are we going to make ? How about a guitar. But a picture of a goblin. Maybe I should just start to bake! [Lok at Foody’s Kitchen in the next issue to find out what I’m going to bake. may seem cozy. hold on to your eraser. bring in your tape. or a noisy drum. sitting in a ditch! A drawing of a kitchen.] Drop No: 8 . with some super sticking gum! A picture of a wizard.
Crafty’s Corner Alien Attack! You need.. Dip the newspaper bits into the milky glue and stick them onto the ball.. Then paint the aliens. Display your alien infested planet right away! We even made some space rations to tempt the aliens and lure them away from Earth. Make some aliens out of selfhardening clay and stick them on the ball. Drop No: 9 . Put multiple layers till the ball is completely dry. Make sure the ball is upright till the aliens are dry.mixture of 3 parts water and 1 part glue 4) Self drying clay Method: First clean the tennis ball . paint the ball (we used blue to look like Earth). When dry. 1) Tennis Ball 2) 2 or 3 sheets of newspaper shredded into bits 3) Milky glue .
” If you want knowledge of perfect peace. that we can only imagine. For isn’t God supposed to embody all ideal qualities? And isn’t peacefulness one of these qualities? If God sees you spread his language. I know that this seems very farfetched. You must always remain steadfast and true to yourself. on next page Drop No: 10 . All around the world there are many people who have been terrorized by extremist groups in the name of religion. I think that if we gave these people a chance to experience a day when they h a v e n o worries.” The goal of my religion is that every single person in the world will know what will have experienced peace and will know what it means.but the reason for this goal is because if the world were peaceful. and don’t have to be worried about getting k i l l e d b y members of an extremist group. The way to a perfect world is not to be selfish. There are horrors that happen there everyday. That is the method that you should follow whenever you are practicing Prathate Shanti. and if you know something that others don’t. teach it to them. When you spread peace. it would be a much better place. The principle on which I am basing my entire religion is called “The Three ways to Peace. Bindhu Swaminathan they would be very happy. your knowledge will come to you. They deserve peace for everything they have gone through. wars. Contd. etc. exotic thing. My second idea is that “if you spread peace. This means “World Peace. Violence would be a far-fetched. People would not even know what violence meant. There would be no homicides.” God will be pleased that you are reading his teachings because the language of God is peace.Let's Peace our world together! Pranav Swaminathan I envision a religion called “Prathate Shanti”..” The first idea is that “All pain comes through a loss of mindset. you will understand and practise it better.. your mind must be disciplined and you must not waver in your quest.
We experience peace every day. Missionaries are people that spread a religion across a wide area. Prathate.Let's Peace our world together! Continued. Another concept is that you should never lie. When this happens. big are kept O! learn. usually prompted by a ruler who follows the said religion. there will be a chance. I was deceived Of those memories. and Shanti.become a religion that it all started in Mr. especially those people that are under the ruthless influence of extremists groups.” If you procrastinate.Lorenzana’s class! Pranav Swaminathan WISDOM Some people learn by fist and gun. Anger can destruct. My third idea is that “the way to attain peace of mind. If you just finish everything up. Some key vocabulary words that I think you should know about my religion are Missionaries. while they almost don't experience it at all. World Peace. I would love to one day actually bring this religion into play. The reason that I am mentioning missionaries in my essay is because they are the people that spread peace. thus the name of my religion. this will be worse.. learn ‘fore too late. body. Care for everything. It will weigh on your mind just like procrastinating does. The age of ten. I think that it could really help the world and that people would welcome it as a new religion. Bindhu Swaminathan Abu Bakr Jamal Drop No: 11 . according to karma. Prathate Shanti will hopefully one day . But the wise learn through words. cats and birds. This is another thing that I think should be followed in my religion. you will not be able to enjoy any good things that are happening to you during the day. Have wisdom. How have I grieved. and soul is by not procrastinating. Destroys a man’s faith which he does construct. you will always have something weighing on your mind. you will be able to enjoy all the good things that life gives to you. comes around. that something good around. especially those people that people would welcome it as a new religion. but not all under the sun.. however. It would be fairer towards them. It’s the devil’s bait. how have I wept.
The roosters and pigeons had separate cozy pens on the terrace. The roosters were quite shy and refused to pose for pictures until John had to wet their feathers to prevent them flying around.... I set my glass of cool mineral water on the table.Cool & refreshing! Drop No: 12 . We took a break and went indoors where Muthu was sitting on a table watching me out of the corner of his eye. So I decided to have birds instead!" Makes sense?! FYI: Muthazhagi roughly translates to "Pearl Beauty Hmmph! don't wet my feathers! A drink anyone? Mmm. John said. "Oh.err... The damp and sorry looking roosters then kept protesting with loud "Cock-a-doodledo" s for the rest of our visit. He used his talons to help him sit on the rim of my glass and kept going round and round the rim without taking his beak out of the water! When asked about how he came about having such unusual pets.lover! He is John and on his small terrace apartment he has two roosters. a dog and a cat but that didn't work out.Petter’s Diary Pearl Beauty By Eesha This month we give you a glimpse into the world of a bird maniac. Muthu went up to it and put his beak into it and began to drink. I tried the usual pets like a squirrel (?). many pigeons and a parrot called Muthazhagi (for obvious reasons we will just call him Muthu from now on!).. The pigeons were offered lots of food in return for their constant chattering company. After a while.
This is a very funny anecdote extracted from his book . they came to tea. nothing daunted. Not one to lose her head in a crisis.Welcome visitors! By Anjana Iyer Gerald Durrell. and they had jolly sight better manners than some of the people you have had up here !” What well-mannered guests! Eesha Drop No: 13 . This they proceeded to do to the wires on their cage one afternoon when no one was around. she went to open it and found Chumley and Lulu on the front stairs. and she added thoughtfully. be it an ant or a bear. “In those early years [when the zoo was being set up]. there were many bizarre happenings and even my mother was subjected to the sort of episode. off the coast of England. England and in the island of Corfu. having just settled herself with a pot of tea in front of the television. my mother quietly phoned downstairs and reported the whereabouts of the truants. but he lives on in the hearts and minds of animal lovers world-wide. He demonstrated that each and every species. Puzzled. she said. My mother measured four feet eight inches high and the chimps came up to her waist. after much research. My mother. He told his mother that he wanted to have his own zoo when he was just six! In 1963. The fact that the apes could have seriously injured her did not occur to her and when I remonstrated with her for letting them into the flat she was puzzled. were delighted to find her at home and were in no doubt that she would greet them with the same enthusiasm with which they were greeting her. which can occur only when you are unwise enough to live in a zoo. It was obvious from their demeanour that they had come to visit.“The Ark’s Anniversary”. that interlink wire – if you could find a free endcould be unraveled like an old sweater and almost as quickly. He wrote a large number of books in which he describes in interesting and amusing detail his experiences with animals. While the chimps were raucously feeding on this manna from heaven. world-famous naturalist and zoo-keeper was born in India in 1925 and he spent his childhood in India. But dear. Gerald Durrell passed away in 1995. he founded the New Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust and located his zoo in Jersey. heard a bang on the front door. she invited the apes in as she would honoured guests. sat them down on a sofa and opened a large box of chocolates and a tin of biscuits. is important in the cycle of nature.. Our two half-grown chimpanzees Chumley and Lulu had discovered.. Channel Islands.
refrigerate it for 10-15 min. Serve with a long handled spoon.da.well. Before drinking. Add a few drops of rose syrup into the base of a tall glass.add sugar. Top it off with a scoop of ice cream or Whipped cream. the sweet perfume of rose syrup and the wonderful texture of noodles and subja seeds. Then add the boiled sev and subja. Then pour milk into each section. 8. 4.. Pista and cherries..Foody's Kitchen "Whew!".. cardamom powder. 3. Put the ice tray in the freezer till the milk is frozen. By Aisha Safia Jamal 2. The cold milky drink combined the sublime smoothness of ice cream. Drain the water from the noodles and subja seeds. without disrurbing the other layers. rose syrup.. cried Foody dancing around and her mother really thought she had gone. A few of Aisha's choco-ice blocks (see inset) floating on top adds to the yummy medley of flavours. I'll soon evaporate!". Let the milk cool. Put a chocolate chip or two on the bottom of each section. Boil the milk. 7.. Soak the Subja/Takmaria Seeds in water for atleast 1/2 hour. trying to gather interesting recipes for Raindrops! "Ta. stir up the contents and enjoy the unique. Take the cubes out and enjoy! Method: 1. Boil the noodles/sev in water for about 10-15 minutes. 6. the wholesomeness of milk. "In this heat. Foody took one sip and immediately felt refreshed. Cherries for garnishing A pinch of Cardamom powder Ingredients: Millk – 250 ml Chocolate chips –1 packet Chocolate sauce Method: Take an ice tray. 9. She had been out all morning talking to people.have a Falooda". "Falooda! Falooda!". Then gently pour the milk mixture. Now add 2 tsp whipped cream and mix it well with the milk mixture to thicken the milk. Then cover each milk cube with chocolate sauce. 5. said her mother handing her a glass of an interesting looking drink. sighed Foody as she sank into her arm chair..Faloodas! Choco-ice Cubes • • • • Falooda: Ingredients: • 2 cups full cream milk • ½ tbsp chinese noodles ( or falooda sev) • 1 ½ tsp Rose syrup • ½ tsp Basil/Takmaria seeds (subja) • 2 tbsp Sugar 2 tsp Whipped cream scoop of vanilla ice cream/ whipped cream Pista. refreshing combination of flavours and textures! Drop No: 14 .
I was wondering what to feature in my column this time but then Foody came dancing up to me shouting"falooda! falooda!" She didn't stop long enough for me to ask her what she meant so I did what I do best. They have no aroma or taste but a strange pleasant combination of contrasting textures. Once they get to this stage. fruit salad or even clear drinks.. They need no cooking.Tidbit Tales Seeds or Frog's eggs? Hi Folks. Store in a dry airtight jar for up to a year. Subja seeds may not be very easy to find but look for them in Indian grocery shops. The seeds dry on the plant or are dried in the sun. they are ready to be eaten. A little amount puffs up to a lot and will go a long way so about 100gms of seeds seems to last for ever.. Foody is planning a devilish concoction of lizard slime and frogs eggs for Halloween! Yuck you say? But once you get past the looks. it should be quite delicious! Drop No: 15 . When dropped into water they first develop a whitish grey bloom and then the skin swells up quickly. Falooda Facts Falooda or Faluda is a popular beverage in the Indian subcontinent made primarily by mixing rose syrup with vermicelli and subja seeds along with either milk or water.research! And read on to see what I found! Cheers. The main ingredient of Falooda is Subja or Takmaria seeds. They are tiny black and tear drop shaped. Tidbit.. The outer coating is translucent and pale grey so the black seed within can be easily seen. it is also good for you! You can experiment with them as a garnish for other puddings. Falooda is an adaption of the Persian dessert Faloodeh and was brought to the Indian subcontinent by the Mughal Kingdom. The outer fur is slippery and soft whereas the centre is crunchy. It's supposed to aid digestion in the hot summer months. So Falooda is not just delicious.Ayurveda. Beware Folks. Subja seeds are considered to be a "coolant" for the body in the Indian system of medicine . They are the seeds of a variety of basil plant (Osimum basilicum) which is found all over India.
He was shocked and greatly surprised to see me alive. This reminds me of BEES. There was a huge beehive on top of the tree. They are supposed be very busy creatures . Eesha Unfortunately. the bees covered by head. I had another interesting and painful experience with bees. the bees were provoked. Below the tree a Homa Kundam had been set up.V. where about 40 to 50 people had gathered under a tall. Perhaps it was divine intervention that saved me that day! The trauma of the whole episode lasted several weeks when even a mosquito bite would send shivers through my body. Affectionately. we left home to do our grocery shopping. unless provoked of course. I was standing right next to the holy fire and even before I could start running. They stung me in all these areas and by the time I reached a nearby house. People started running in all directions to save themselves. they swarm into the room searching for the source of light. huge banyan tree in front of the temple. Well. In this fast paced world. One afternoon. It was not there when we left in the afternoon.you must have heard the expression . where people helped remove the bee stingers from my body. as generally the toxin from bee stings on the head of a person goes directly into the blood stream causing instantaneous death. Grandpa Drop No: 16 . It generally has mats for the priests to sit on around a fire basin where they perform the rituals. which nobody noticed and as the smoke rose. Suddenly as if from thin air. face and neck. The bees were just acting on instinct but the moral of the story is let the Bee be and the Bee will let you be! Play safe this summer and have fun. When we returned in the evening and opened our window. I had been to my village for a temple function. A Homa Kundam is an altar-type setting where Hindu priests perform rituals with fire.Grandpa Tidbit's Blog To Bee or not to Bee By S.busy as a bee! I would like to share some interesting things about bees. See how quickly they build their homes! Bees generally do not trouble us during the day. my head. once the lights are switched on.Venkataraman Hi Kids. everything was quiet until the holy fire was started and smoke rose high from it. face and neck were swollen due to the toxins of the bee sting and I had almost lost consciousness. wild bees swarmed around the entire area attacking all the people present. we were surprised to find a large bee-hive adjacent to our window. I was still feeling nauseated when I called on the doctor with the help of some relatives. we see everyone around us extremely busy. But after dusk.
bees seem to be the "arty" types. watermelons and tangerines . They would have just died! A bee attacks by driving its stinger deep into the enemy's flesh. mandarins develop undesirable seeds. need lots of bees to pollinate.dancing! Entomologists studying bees have figured out that the bees use special dance forms like the "round dance" and "waggle dance" to tell their fellow bees how far the nectar is and in which direction. the bee cannot pull it out. more and more consumers prefer seedless grapes. The bees communicate with each other by .and we are not talking about the ones who have been stung! US tangerine growers have asked beekeepers to buzz off! Tangerines and other normally seedless mandarins are self-pollinating. watermelons. This continuous fanning evaporates the water content. Without honey bee pollination. thickening and concentrating the liquid and making the honey sweeter.What's the buzz? Some facts about Honey Bees Concept by Shruthi Kulkarni Facts source: Internet You read about how grandpa got bitten by bees and survived miraculously. With singing and dancing.The conflict arises because on one side. In trying.on the other hand the struggling bee colonies look for winter food.. But once the stinger is in. strawberries and many other fruits and vegetables are pollinated by honey bees. Foods such as apples. But seems like not everyone wants bees around .. the food we eat could decrease by 1/3rd. squash. lemon or grapefruit. Tough one to resolve! Drop No: 17 . Yummm. In effect. for the bees who stung him. But if bees cross-pollinate the crop with the pollen of a seeded orange. When humans do that. Almond trees on the other hand. the stinger is torn from it's body. it gives up its life defending his hive. beekeepers relocate hives to have access to natural food and citrus (the bee-keepers claim) is part of that. we hail them as heroes! Eesha Many of the cells in a honey-comb are filled with the sweet nectar that the worker bees gather from flowers. Well. Each bee hive has its own special high pitched hum called "the song of the hive". Bees also communicate by buzzing. there can be no such miracle. Other worker bees fan the nectar by beating (or fanning) their wings rapidly. However once the pollination season is over. leaving the poor bee dying.
This time around I have a special contest feature for you. For those of you who haven't bothered to learn to write in English yet. look at the picture of Barbara the balloon seller and all her balloons. you could send it across to us. Tidbit wants me to tell all of you that if you have questions that you would like answered about the things around you. warmly. Posty Drop No: 18 . Actually there are two contests in one. The winning entries will receive a special handmade card of appreciation from Hibiscus Creations. It is called the story-maker contest. you may ask an indulgent parent to take down notes and send it across :) I have made up a story as a sample! You can choose to do both colouring and writing or either one. It will be fun exploring together to find answers. So don't forget to send in your complete postal address with your entries.Posty’s Mailbox Hi all. A scanned image would be perfect! While you are at it. In the following page. The best coloured entry and the most interesting story will be featured in our next issue of Raindrops. also make up a story about Barbara and her balloons and also send it across to us. Colour them in your favourite colours and send them across to us. All the entries will be featured on our web-site.
The end Colour Barbara and her balloons with bright colors and share your creation with us! Drop No: 19 . So she took some of her balloons. filled them with air and tied them with new thread. the taxi that she took to reach home broke down and she couldn't return home.Barbara and her balloons Barbara the balloon girl always sold great balloons. tied them with a string and then held on tight as they rose into the air. Then she quickly untied the strings and as they slowly lost air she drifted down. Then they all enjoyed a good supper. One morning. until finally they were floating above her house. up and up they went. Up. Barbara brought all the balloons in. down and down until finally they landed on the front yard of the house.
your game is not saved and you have to start from the beginning every time! Anyway. This is an exciting place where you can become an Energy Hog buster. and keeping the hogs from taking long showers. You can create your own identification card and learn to keep the energy hogs out by playing games that will have you caulking windows. the web-site also offers useful information on how you can conserve energy in your home. Other activities include Hog and Seek and an energy scavenger hunt. Play the games and become your home's Energy Hog Buster too! Au revoir! Passpartout.energyhog. The games are very exciting but I found it difficult to finish them within the time-limit. Drop No: 20 . I was aslo upset that even though you create an id for yourself. there is no way to retrieve it the next time.Passpartout's Page You can celebrate Earth Day at the Hog Busters Training Camp www. changing lightbulbs.org/childrens.htm. insulating an attic. In other words.
. Leave TAKE minimal footprints! CARE OF THE EARTH Drop No: 21 . Reuse and Recycle and pass the message on to eveyone you know! Time taken for garbag e to decompose: plastics .Mahatma Gandhi. oil and car usage over a year’s time. the number of cubs they get are dwindling. but not every man’s greed! . You can calculate your own Carbon Footprint by entering values into a special calculator (available online).Unearthly facts! By Eesha Srinivas Recycle Bean! The Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need. gas. The same thing could happen to planet Earth because of global warming. The footprint analogy is used because it suggests something we leave behind for generations to come. Carbon Footprint is a measure of the impact human activities have on the environment in terms of the amount of green house gases produced. Polar bears journey far from their home when the ice melts. They are forced to swim long distances across the ocean and as a result.. A greenhouse effect on planet Venus has raised the temperature there and made it impossible to survive in. We have to save our planet so we can live and grow.500 years aluminium cans . These numbers include your electricity.6 mo nths My name is Bean.6 months organic material . rags and pape r . So tread lightly on the Earth. So Reduce.500 ye ars cotton. measured in units of carbon dioxide.
Posty’s Pics The Mouse In the big tree near my house there lives a tiny mouse In that big tree how much space does he need? When all he eats is just half a seed! Shika Pai Dinkar Drop No: 22 .
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