This week the students were introduced to sewing as it fasters a sense of accomplishment that can boost their moral and self-confidence. The tactile nature of sewing helps strengthen a child’s hand-eye co-ordination and fine motor skills.
It also provides children a vehicle for personal and creative expression while helping them to practice communication and follow instructions. Sewing can teach them about patience in a subtle but very effective way. Once they realize that they can’t sew before threading the needle, they’ll slowly but surely start learning how to be more patient
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Here you can find the handwork done by the students with commonly used basic stitching techniques for sewing. Stitches out of needle and thread using cloth materials, as well as creations using shoe laces on a drawn picture on a card board was also a very fun and exciting experience for them.
Let’s have a look at the creations by browsing the following newsletter