Through videoconferencing, kids from the comfort of their homes joined the activity launched by the Church Administration.
With the guidance of their parents, young brethren learned the step-by-step procedure of making a bookmark through a video tutorial. Using available materials at home like colored papers, markers, coloring pens, pencils, and old magazines, kids created unique designs of bookmarks.
“The activity helped the children explore different ways to express their imagination and creativity. Letting children explore different mediums expands their ability to interact with the environment around them and also cultivate important skills that will benefit their development,” said Ann Danielle Monteverde, a CWS officer.
She added, “The children were introduced to the type of sculptures that can be made with recyclable materials and also learned to identify the different color schemes found in the color wheel.”
Kids were happy to participate in this kind of activity that enhanced their skills and creativity while strengthening their bond with their fellow CWS brethren. ― With reports from INC News Section