Clay modelling is a great way to help children develop imagination and to ignite the spark of creativity. A clay modelling competition was held on Friday, 24th July 2015, to give a platform to the young but creative minds.
In this competition the students were required to fabricate any imaginary product/object out of clay. The students participated whole heartedly. They prepared different models of objects that caught their fancy – such as the sun, a snake, a flower, a bird, a rabbit, a dog etc. The motive of the competition was to stimulate the imagination of the children and to enable them to give it a better shape. This enhanced their eye hand coordination, colour recognition, fine motor skills, social skills, creative skills, aesthetic skills and cognitive skills.
This activity allowed children to let their imagination flow. It was fun to see the little hands at work as the young artists sculpted their imagination. At the end of the competition we could witness the creativity of our children as a number of models were laid in front of us. The activity helped the children gain confidence and experience the joy of creation.
In class Nursery, the first position was secured by Hera Zehra followed by Anant Kumar Singh and Atul Kumar Rawat who came second and third respectively.
In class K.G-A, the first position was secured by Shobhit Verma followed by Tauquir Siddiqui and Mohd Faiz who came second and third respectively.
In class K.G-B, the first position was secured by Lamiah Shafi followed by Aman Verma and Khulood Mujtaba Tariq who came second and third respectively.
Whoever may win, all our young hands were brilliant!!!