Students of 3rd and 4th grades participated in clay modelling and had fun designing fruits, vegetables and flowers using clay. Clay modelling uses the senses of touch, smell and sight, and improves fine motor skills and dexterity in young children.
Paper bags were made by 5th and 6th graders using old newspapers, tissue, acrylic colours, strainer, large dry sponge, rolling pin and butter paper. The students realized that paper bags can be an alternative to plastic dustbin bags, especially for dry waste, and also for carrying light items.
Students of classes 7 and 8 made pen stands using cardboard and wrapped them with colored paper. Even the smallest item was made with a lot of love by the students, and they were eager to keep it on their study tables at home.