Children show creativity with recycled things

By Jamil Khan | DUBAI

THE 10-day, 2015 winter camp “Noon” organised for children and parents by Al Jalila Cultural Centre for Children (AJCCC) has ended.
During the 10-day winter camp, children between the ages 6-14 years old participated in various activities including arts and crafts, theatre, painting and others.504022_1-jpg
Dubbed as the “Noon Convoy,” AJCCC children also organised an handcraft arts exhibition. The handcrafts were made from recycled materials, such as empty water bottles and juice boxes. They were coloured and dressed with various textures to create a replica of historical means of transportation. As part of the camp these children produced more than 65 paintings and craft pieces which were displayed for parents and visitors on the closing day.
Fatima, head of the painting department told The Gulf Today that on the final day of the winter camp..
-Published in The Gulf Today

~ by jamilkhan on January 10, 2016.

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