Music and dancing in the morning, children with story in the afternoon


Music and dancing in the morning, children with story in the afternoon

Shishu Academy was full of excitement starting Friday, September 23 morning. At least three hundred children from Dhaka have gathered in this government institution Doyal Chatwar-Ghensha for the weekly cultural lessons to the rhythm of painting, singing and dancing.

Apart from this, the children also gathered at the Shahbagh National Museum in the capital. Countless children have been introduced to the history of the country and the nation through the hands of their parents. The museum was a bit more crowded than other days.

Visiting Shishu Academy on Friday mornings, regular classes of children are held in each building. From outside the building, the sound of tabla and children singing together could be heard. The parents were waiting outside.

Music teacher Rikta Rani Bhowmik was seen busy taking children’s music lessons on the north side of the academy’s auditorium. He said: “The foundations are made to prepare children for music. Here children are given basic practice in rhythm, rhythm and singing skill. In this way, six stages of the foundation must be passed.

The children happily participate in the lessons, he said, “The children are also very interested in learning music. The effort shows in everyone. Everyone also regularly practices music at home.

Apart from music, the students of Shishugrantha Bhavan’s Dadabhai Hall were busy painting. In front of the same building, a student child was about to learn to swim. A tour of the academy shows that special preparations are underway among the students for Children’s Day.

On the other hand, many parents have come to the National Museum to introduce children to entertainment and history as well as art education.

On Friday afternoon, the National Museum was visited, while the children were delighted to see the culture of the country in the museum, the parents were surprised to see many things of lost history up close. Each parent introduces their child to the culture of the country. Children also ask questions one after another to find out the details of everything.

The famous large boat of rural Bengal preserved in the National Museum

The child visitor Abir came from Malibagh. When asked what thing in the museum he liked the most, Zatpat replied, “Ya big map!” Abir’s mother, Masuma Akhter, said he was very happy to see the big ship in the museum outside of the map.

This parent said, “My son has never seen such a big boat up close. So seeing this boat, he was serious again and again to board the boat. Apart from the boat, he was looking for his grandfather’s village house by going on the map.

Saidul Islam, another relative of Aminbazar, said he came to the museum because he was planning to go somewhere with his family on vacation. I have visited other places including the zoo but have never been there before.

He said: “I was coming with children to show something new. I am surprised to see a lot of things now. How many ancient objects are kept in the museum? I’ve only heard this in story stories before.

Parents waiting outside Shishu Academy

When asked how the children felt, parent Iqbal Hossain from Mohammadpur said, “Children show us what they know and ask us what they don’t know. They are more interested in various history topics. They had never seen such a shell. Other than that, my daughter was completely surprised to see the large bed. He had no idea the bed could be so big.

Besides parents and children, visitors of different ages also come to the museum. Most of them were coming for the first time. Everyone said they were coming to see the old stuff in history.

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