how you can take action

Lesson Plans for Teachers

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Teachers can access lesson plans based on the Book of Dreams for subjects such as Art, Humanities, Global Perspectives to build Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), high-order thinking and other 21st century skills. Drop us a note below to get access to the material.

Collect Dreams

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Conduct a daydreaming workshop for a school, neighborhood or NGO, and send submissions to the growing database of dreams on India. Kids can now submit their dreams via audio, video and other multimedia format. Drop us a note below to know how.

Catch a Cry

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Did you see a child being abused, forced to work, or a woman was being treated unfairly, or something that made you angry or sad? Share a photograph and get featured in our next edition. Email your hi-res pic to letters@dreamonindia.com

Create Experiences

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Collaborate with us to create new, immersive experiences that help connect and engage with dreams of children better, e.g. Wall of Dreams. Drop us a note below and briefly share how you'd like to collaborate.

X.Changemakers Bootcamp for Kids

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2-3 day quarterly bootcamp for kids that use the dreams to build awareness about UN Sustainable Development Goals and solve India's pressing issues. Drop us a note to know about our next workshop.

Paid Apprenticeship Program

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Work on LIVE projects. Assist in organizing and executing new initiatives and experiences in museums, art galleries, and online platforms. Drop us a note below to know more.

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Dream On India - India's First Book of Dreams authored by Children of India