My Favourite Season
It is essential to teach children about the world around them. It helps them gain more knowledge about their surroundings.
Children are usually eager to learn and deepen their comprehension of the world.
While learning about various seasons, they also learn about the passage of time and change. They will quickly recognise each season, what changes happen in the environment with the change of seasons and how it affects them and the environment.
This will encourage them to contribute toward protecting the environment and enhance their awareness of Nature.
Including the arts makes other subjects more enjoyable, improving learning and increasing attendance. Through our Let's Start Art sessions, we aim to achieve this.
In the second set of Let's Start Art in September, we asked students to read a chapter named "My Favourite Season" and share their memories and experiences with us through their drawings.
"I've drawn two seasons in my drawing. One is in summer when I've shown myself having fun swinging. And then of the rainy season where I've shown myself on a boat," Mahim (Kodai chowki Government Primary School, Grade 5) shared the inspiration behind his drawing with our art instructor Chandan.
"My brother and I were once playing in the rain, and suddenly it thundered loudly. My brother got so scared he started crying and went inside our house" Prince (Sunderpur 2 Government Primary School, Grade 5) shared the inspiration behind his drawing with our art instructor Chandan.
"I've drawn three seasons. In summer, I pick mangoes from the trees with my friends. There's one of me dancing on my terrace in the rain. And then there's one when I'm flying a kite in the winters" Rohit (Government Primary School, Sunderpur, Grade 5) shared the inspiration behind his drawing with our art instructor Kavita. The topic given was "My favourite Season."
"I love summers because I get to eat mangoes during this season. I remember visiting my village during COVID lockdown. I went to pick mangoes from the trees with my friend, but got chased by an angry man holding a stick", Ayush (Government Primary School, Chittupur, Grade 5) shared the inspiration behind his drawing with our art instructor Chandan.
The art sessions were conducted by Kavita Kumari, Harshita Gupta, Chandan kumar Sahu, Radha Gupta, and Moni Gupta in Government Primary Schools at Kabir Nagar, Aditya Nagar, Orderly Bazar, Durgakund-1, Sundarpur-1, Sundarpur-2, Kodai Chowki, Nayi Sadak, Chittupur, Lolark Kund, Nariya, Bhikharipur.