A creative lesson titled "Zebra at the Glade" was taught to kids in the children's room on April 29th, and they used a variety of techniques to create a picture.
The youngsters painted a zebra figure and sketched the background of the project using wax chalk and watercolours. Cotton pad cutouts were used for the mane and tail. Paper flowers adorned the bright green glade. The young participants taught how to create dimensional composition by combining drawing and application.
The creative process was varied and entertaining thanks to riddles, a physical exercise session, and an educational lesson about where zebras live, what they eat, and why they need stripes.
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