LET'S START ART: MAY 2019by Karishma SrivastavaIn the Let's Start Art sessions, students often make paintings that can easily help us figure out their relationship with their parents/siblings, the surroundings they are living in, the things they love or hate and many such factors. In this session, we asked the students to make a paper mask of their favorite person, thing or fictional character.
LET'S START ART : FEBRUARY 2019by Karishma Srivastava
The academic year 2018-19 comes to its end in this March, so we conducted the last of Let's Start Art workshops for the session in the month of February. The students of class 3rd, 4th, and 5th belong to the age group of children who spend a lot of their time playing indoor and outdoor. So, in this session, we asked the students to draw their experiences about playing with dogs and received amazing stories.
Drawing Copy of Mayank from Govt. Primary School, Orderly Bazaarby Sneha Roy
Mayank is a student of class- 3rd at Govt. Primary School, Orderly Bazaar. He's a silent student in class but his work reflects his observation. Not just the stories, but also the diagrams from the science book, he confidently draws all these in his drawing book and this has definitely made learning easier for him.
The Shepherd's Boy: Kahani Mein Art, Episode 7by Sana Sabah
Had the Shepherd boy not lied earlier, the lamb would have been saved. All of us have read the story The Shepherd's story, its time now to draw it. Watch our episode and share your drawings with us.
Kahani Mein Art, Episode 6 : The Monkey and the Crocodileby Sana Sabah
"Presence of mind often saves us". It was his presence of mind that saved the Monkey from becoming a prey of the Crocodile's wife and left the foolish Crocodile in a dilemma. Draw the story with us, watch Episode 6 of Kahani Mein Art and share your drawings with us.
Kahani mein Art - Episode 2by Sana Sabah
We're here with the second episode of our "KAHANI MEIN ART" series. This time with the story of A Lion and a Rat. Sit down with pencils, colors, and papers with your young ones. Draw something together. Can there be a better way to spend time with your children? We're open to suggestions. Let's keep art alive