32 Anganwadi centres developed as play schools through the method of best out of waste. The knowledge of digit and letters are being provided through playful methods.
Under the method of best out of waste 32 Anganwadi centres are being developed as play schools with the support of different NGO’s. In these centres, the children are provided knowledge on digit, common letters and technical education through playful methods. It has excitement in children.Children are themselves reaching at these developed Anganwadi centres and staying there till the prescribed time period. With the support of TDH Netherland, the staffs of Bhartiya Kisan Sangh are picking the waste materials from the community and preparing it as educational materials then placing it in the campus of Anganwadi centres. With the objective of attracting the Anganwadi centre, along with education materials the children are provided an environment of learning and the mother, father along with the community people are being involved in different activities of the centre.
The project coordinator of the organization BKS- Mr. Sunil Kr. Gupta tells that through the activities of the centre, the children are enhancing their knowledge in language development, word store, oral expression, reading & writing, numerical development, recognisation of colours, classification of things and recognisation of shapes etc. For physical development, the children are being given knowledge through running, jumping, swinging and paper folding etc. Different materials are being developed through old tyres, activity from wood, sand, activity from clay and ballast, cap of Pepsi, old bottles, water games etc. Care and protection of children at Anganwadi centres are being provided by the Anganwadi sevikas and community mobilizers. The Ananwari sevikas like Ms. Sunita Devi of Bichchipahari, Ms. Madhu Devi of Ambatand, Ms. Mala Devi of Chandedih, Ms. Shakuntala Devi of Nauwadih and Ms. Suraiyya Parween of Chechai says that children are learning through playful methods. Community people are also excited.
The Secretary of Bhartiya Kisan Sangh- Shri Sanjay Kr. Mishra says that through these methods presently 2000 children are being benefitted. The poor mother and father of these areas are not being able to send their children to schools for better education. Keeping these things in mind we are developing the anganwari centres as play schools. TDH has also provided a trainer for this, who is time to time training the community mobilizers and sevikas. The female mobilizer of child development project Ms. Rekha kumari and trainer Mr. Deenabandhu have appreciated these activities and efforts.