Drawing session for the children at our Child Care Centre
Children don’t always have the words to express how they’re feeling. Drawing gives children another way to communicate their emotions and thoughts. Along with expressing their emotions, it gives children the opportunity to draw from their imagination and show it to their friends and family. Drawing helps in the development of the following. Motor Skills, Creativity, Cognitive Development, Planning Skills, Eye-Hand Coordination, Visual Perception, Attention Span, and Healthy Emotional Release and Expression.
On the 7th and 8th of June 2023, the MSW interns from St. Alberts College, Kerelatook a drawing session for the evening school children at Sishubhavan play school, Muthialpet. The children were very excited to learn to draw different images and they participated with enthusiasm. The session provided the interns with an opportunity to observe and interact with children.
First aid is an important tool in quickly responding to accidents to ensure that injuries can be efficiently and promptly dealt with before a trained medical professional arrives to administer more specialized treatment. First aid in schools is especially helpful as children often get into accidents that can need swift care in order to prevent things from escalating.
On 29.05.2023 the MSW intern from the Rajagiri College of Social sciences, Kerela conducted a session about basic First-aid for the students of evening schools in Muthialpet and Rainbow Nagar and for the girls in Janani Home. The session included primary and secondary first-aid, the DRABC method, choking and burning injuries, and how to deal with emergencies.
For the children of Prime Trust, summer camp was organized during their holidays. This program was very much useful for them during the vacation. With the support of volunteers and interns, classes on spoken English.
We organized a program for the children on making origami. This program was organized by an MSW Intern from Rajagiri College of social sciences, Kerala. Making Origami helps to reduce stress and promote relaxation, improve eye-hand coordination, boost creativity, enhance patience and persistence, and promote learning and education. The session was done on 26.05.2023. The children were taught to make butterflies, hearts, frocks, etc with colored paper. The children enjoyed Origami time.
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