Beautiful Sand Art

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Kids sharing their design ideas with each other

The Mandal Parishad Primary School, Bahadurapally, that is part of a quality education program partnership between RDF and Tech Mahindra Foundation, has been organising weekly creative learning activities for its students. Saturday is a day that witnesses a lot of excitement and buzz! Recently, the one day activity that was organised was on Sand Art.

Meticulously drawing out their ideas

Meticulously drawing out their ideas

Students used sand as a medium to design. The students were encouraged and guided by the teachers to translate their thoughts and ideas to paper in creative ways and create sand art. The children were able to come up with many interesting designs that they then drew on plain paper that was provided.

Some of the final creations

Some of the final creations

The children were very eager to show their talent and skills by sharing their thoughts with each other. Children were given white papers and colors by the staff. First the children decided what picture to design, then they drew it with pencil, after that, they applied fevicol in the area of picture. Thereafter, it was easy to stick sand on the area of picture. They applied some colors too to create varied colour palettes in their creations!

It was really marvelous and beautiful to see their art. Such activities also create work experience and experience a creative environment by working together. The school team believes that it is important to make learning creative and fun. When children find an activity interesting, the hardwork put in is effortless and such hard work will never fail in their lives.

 

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