Even though the world of entertainment has evolved, Fair is still and will always be close to children's hearts. Giant wheels, magic shows, toy shops, ground full of fun activities, and rides full of amusement are always a delight for children.
In the lets Start Art sessions this month, we asked students to read a chapter named "The Fair" from their English book and relate it to the Fair they visited.
Such topics help children express the ideas that they can not put into words. Through our let's start art program we aim to encourage such expression.
Here are a few stories that will surely bring back your childhood memories of visiting a fair.
"I go to my grandmother's house during the Sawan fair. I enjoy it a lot because I get to swing on the tree, I also like to dance on the DJ.", told Sagar, a student of class 4th at Government Primary School Sankuldhara Pokhara.
"I have made the drawing of Sawan Mela. It started raining, and everybody at the fair started running and the tents started flying away", said Shubham about his drawing.
Shubham is a student of Class 3 at Government Primary School Sundarpur-2.
"I enjoy the Kajri fair a lot. Before going to this fair, we visit the Kali Mata temple, where the priest gives us kajal, and then we go to the fair" told Varsha while explaining her drawing to our art instructor Radha.
Varsha is a student of Class 4th at Government Primary School Sundarpur.
"When I went to visit the fair I sat on the swing and had a lot of fun. I also bought a doll and a balloon for myself. I even ate ice cream there", Menka student of Class 5th at Bhikharipur Government Primary School told our art instructor Kavita about her drawing.
The art sessions were conducted by Kavita Kumari, Harshita Gupta, Neelam Gupta, 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.