Early to bed, Early to riseby Avantika Chaurasia
Children don't have to be artistic but should be encouraged towards expression and creativity. Through our Let's Start Art session, we blend art with the other concepts of the curriculum. Art-integrated learning follows the experiential approach of education, which emphasizes 'learning by doing.' it engages children's minds, helps them better understand the topic, and leads to the holistic development of children.
What I love about My Schoolby Avantika ChaurasiaChildren are innately curious beings. They tend to ask a lot of questions! But as adults, we lose sight of this innate curiosity as we get swamped with our work and responsibilities.
Bapu in the Drawings of Childrenby Avantika Chaurasia
The topic of the art sessions conducted in September was “Mahatma Gandhi”. The art sessions introduced them to the inspiring stories from the life of Mahatma Gandhi. Since, students knew little about him and his life, they were very curious while listening to the many stories of bapu. After listening to the stories about him, they were able to envision the kind of person he was, his teachings and habits and that’s what they have depicted in their drawings.