Nagpur: Most Schools have a day-long schedule where kids learn a lot in academics. However, the kids come dead tired and the little strength that is left is just enough for them to complete the home-work and do a little bit of studies.
However, the kids need to bring out their innate talents and capabilities. Many kids are very talents and just need a little polishing or channelizing for them to excel.
Kradle to Crayons (K2C) is one such agency with has done wonders with small kids. Kradle to Crayons (K2C) had organized its Annual Helen O’Grady Drama Act and Music show at Motibagh Railway Museum Auditorium on March 12, 2016.
Helen O’Grady through its internationally recognized curriculum aims to improve a child’s personality, communication skills, vocabulary and public speaking and makes the child enthusiastic and confident. The architect of Helen O’Grady Michelle Joshan organized the sequences, movements, acts in an excellent manner.
The Chief Guest of the function, a renowned theatre personality Vikas Khurana while addressing the audience called the performance of the kids as simply remarkable and magical. He lauded the parents for taking efforts in ensuring that the kids learn and develop their talents. He was very optimistic about the kind of platform the K2C through its Helen O’Grady course has been providing to improve the stage ability of the children. Khurana was amazed at the performance of the artists in the play called “The Giant Octopus” and lauded the organizers for their hard work. Khurana claimed that the hard work put in by K2C will enhance focus, concentration and other qualities for a good student. On the whole, such kind of platforms where little kids are allowed to showcase their talents makes them good human beings on the long-run.
The Music show was conducted by the John D’Souza in which the Music class students of K2C participated kept the audience glued onto their seats. The melody of Guitar, Keyboard and Vocal music was awesome. Simran on Keyboard and Ninashka sang and played excellent songs. Ninashka’s sang the song “We are the World” by Michael Jackson replicating all the nuances.
The Director of Kradle To Crayons Stuti Sharan, who conducted the show had all praise for the performing children and thanked all the parents for their patience and time and the encouragement they provided through rounds of applause after every sequence.
Pics by Amol Gajbhiye