What would an amalgamation of Science and Art look like? Sanskar School from Jaipur wondered about the same and came down to a conclusion. Science with Art can be super fun. They have a tried and tested result to prove it. And have Team ScooTalks as an eyewitness!
The prestigious Sanskar School brought together students of Grade 5th to explore and express Science with Art as the medium. Though the school called it a Science Exhibition, we’d like to call it an interactive presentation
Students of Grade 5th came together to present the theme ‘How World Works.’ The young ones were all colorfully dressed for the presentation called Vision: Today’s Present, Tomorrow’s Future!
The show started with a play that took us to the future, where students enacted students, parents and teachers. While the students came in on roller skates, for the now extinguished fuel resources, parents and teachers faced tough times to explain the students of future about Tigers, fuel, plants, etc. The message behind this play was the importance of preservation and conservation of natural resources. And it continued as a filler … to act as a reminder to the audience about the message behind it. It also talked how in future there will be Water Wars across the world with the current generation wasting water.
These young students from Grade 5th also showcased the hidden lyricists in them. The students had composed a song, “Bhool ho gayi humse …” which concerned the speedily increasing lack of water all over the globe.
Putting a break on entertainment, the audience was enlightened with a quick survey about the urgent need to preserve and conserve natural resources. The students had put their hard work about the depleting natural resources and their preservation in form of a PowerPoint Presentation. The PPT were highly informative yet interesting to both visiting parents and students in the audience.
Since the PPT had put everyone in a pondering mood, there was next a refreshing break for which students entered the stage in vibrant color dresses and danced away to music showing the misery and agony of villagers during droughts. There was another dance performance that promoted commuting by public transport or car-pooling to save fuel. This was then followed by a musical performance by the students, lyrics of which they had themselves penned down.
Though the stage performance by the students ended with the song, the programme continued with the parents taking part in the quiz and various other games put up by the students. Besides the game, the students also displayed their energy conservation models. The students who played host for the day gifted each parent with a bookmark that had a special conservation message on it
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