Handicraft presentation of TAG Aiganysh.She had a training and she taught boarding school kids and some students of school #5.
1. HANDS AN CONQUERWHAT THE EYES MAYFEAR! ITS EASY FOR YOUR EYES TO SEE PROBLEMS BUTHANDS ARE MADE TO FIND AND CREATE SOLUTIONS Project Developer: Jamalbekova Aiganysh Grade 10 A school #2, Talas city
2. INTRODUCTION To develop our youth, first we concentrated ourattention on the disabled children from orphanagesand rehabilitation centers. We met children withdisabilities and tried to hear their wishes. Besideit, as a part of my project, "Eyes can dread, buthands can do it" we went to secondary school 5, Talas, and gave an extra class of a needlework.We saw there, that children have a desire todevelop and improve their skills in needlework. Andnow I want to show our work! 3. THIS IS A PICTURE OF THE CHILDREN AT THE DISABILITYREHABILITATION CENTER WHO ARE PARTICIPATING IN GAMES AND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES. 4. THE CHILDREN ARE SHOWING DRAWINGS DEPICTING THEIRLIFELONG DREAMS.THE CHILDREN ARE PLAYING AGUESSING GAME TO CHALLENGE THEIR MEMORY. 5. THE KIDS ARE VERY HAPPY!!! THESE ARE STUDENTS AT THEBOARDING SCHOOL FOR THEREHABILITATION OF DISABLEDCHILDREN. 6. WHAT DO I WANT? THESE PHOTOS SHOW THE CHILDREN DRAWINGWHAT THEY DESIRE OUT OF LIFE. MOST OF THEM DREW PICTURESDEPICTING HOPES OF OWNING THEIR OWN HOMES. 7. THE CHILDREN PRESENT THEIR WORK TO THE OTHER STUDENTSAND THE TEACHERS. COFFEE BREAK! 8. WERE DANCING AND RELAXING 9. FAREWELL! 10. HANDICRAFT AT SCHOOL #5, TALAS CITY 11. WITH THE HELP OF THE PRACTICAL SKILLS ANDCRAFTS TEACHER, I HELPED THE STUDENTS MAKETHESE KYRGYZ NATIONAL HANDICRAFTS. 12. THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE WHO HELPED ME!