Help Promote Good Reading Habits in Kalimantan

by Yayasan Usaha Mulia / Foundation for Noble Work
Help Promote Good Reading Habits in Kalimantan
Help Promote Good Reading Habits in Kalimantan
Help Promote Good Reading Habits in Kalimantan
Help Promote Good Reading Habits in Kalimantan
Help Promote Good Reading Habits in Kalimantan
Help Promote Good Reading Habits in Kalimantan
Help Promote Good Reading Habits in Kalimantan
Help Promote Good Reading Habits in Kalimantan
Help Promote Good Reading Habits in Kalimantan
Help Promote Good Reading Habits in Kalimantan
Help Promote Good Reading Habits in Kalimantan
Help Promote Good Reading Habits in Kalimantan
Jun 27, 2022

Boosting creativity through Arts & Crafts at our library!

Making a bracelet with friend at the library
Making a bracelet with friend at the library

Arts & Crafts is an activity to channel the children’s creativity, feelings and imagination. According to experts, this activity has been proven to improve motor skills, encourage focus, train and nurture creativity. It is the children’s favorite activity at the library, especially for preschool and primary school students. Sometimes, our librarian will demonstrate how to make a craft and the library members can copy, or they may also create their own craft with the materials given at that moment. After the session, the children can bring their creation home to show their parents. 

One of the crafts that they love to make is a bracelet made of rope. This activity has been done so many times yet it’s still being requested by the children. They sometimes ask to make more than one bracelet, because they want to offer it to their loved ones: siblings, parents or other friends. Our librarian will allow them to make a maximum of 3 bracelets. In order to instill teamwork and empathy, Kak Rusti, the librarian, will ask those who are experts in making bracelets to teach their friends who have just learned. 

We cannot thank you enough for your generous support of this project. We’re so happy that the library continues to be a safe and comfortable facility for the many children living in the surrounding villages. Your kind donation continues to provide various materials for the activities in the library. Thank you!

Measuring wrist diameter for bracelet
Measuring wrist diameter for bracelet
Our bracelets is ready!
Our bracelets is ready!
Making a tree from hand print and colorful papers
Making a tree from hand print and colorful papers
Making cards for Mother's Day
Making cards for Mother's Day
Learning about  body parts with a creative box
Learning about body parts with a creative box
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Yayasan Usaha Mulia / Foundation for Noble Work

Location: Jakarta, DKI - Indonesia
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Yolanda Utami Nilasari
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Jakarta, Indonesia
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