Creating fun, surprising and inspiring surroundings for all.
To make academic learning easy, effective and fun. Creating innovative play equipment and playgrounds
WHO WE ARE
We are a bunch of involved mothers wanting to give our children a childhood full of adventure, creativity and knowledge which they rightfully deserve. We want to keep intact the innocence, playfulness and enthusiasm in children.
All work and no play doesn’t just make Jack and Jill dull, it kills the potential of discovery, mastery, and openness to change and flexibility and it hinders innovations and invention.
– Joline Godfrey
It has been observed that today’s children play less. Virtual reality and tuition classes have taken over most of the time post school. EXPLOROAR was founded to reduce study time without compromising on understanding concepts and to give children more time for free play.
A graphic designer by profession, Prajakta has worked at multiple design studios before heading the communication and image building at CTR Manufacturing Industries. A frazzled mother of twins, she is always on a look out for ways to minimise study time without compromising on concepts. EXPLOROAR was conceived from her passion for art and education. It is a company focused on developing visual learning aids for children.
Aparna brings to Exploroar her immense background in Engineering and Management. A mother of two whose daughter reads and understands things whereas her son is a visual learner. She joined hands with Exploroar out of her interest in simplifying education and helping children like her son to make learning funa
If we want children to flourish, to become truly empowered, then let us allow them to love the earth before we ask them to save it.
‘Grassroots’ was a venture started by Prajakta in 2010. After a search in the neighbourhood for interesting summer activities for her twins failed, she decided to have short camps revolving around activities like gardening, bird watching, flora fauna introduction, nature art, adventure sport and nature photography. The aim was to sensitise children towards nature. In a span of 7 years Prajakta conducted 35 camps and more than 700 students attended.
We have openings for following positions