Phase III

In this Phase children recalled their whole journey, shared their learnings and their likes and dislikes from the project. Children concluded this whole journey by making of a model where they executed their ideas by creating blueprints, selecting materials of their choice and giving it a form and explaining its details.

Teachers created a children's web to document children's sharing from throughout the project. It showcases their growing vocabulary and understanding from the start to the end of the project.

Children recalling their preojct journey and expressing their likes and dislikes

Making of blueprint and representation of the same through clay models

Jiyaara's blueprint and clay model

Jiyansh's blueprint and clay model

Diyaan's blueprint and clay model

Shivaay's blueprint and clay model

Common class blueprint after discussion

Rishaan: "Ocean, fish, pebbles, plants, egg, octopus ke chote chote daane suckers"

Shivaay: "Shark, pani, sea, teeth, shark fish khaaye, grey colour"

Children made their own rhymes


Children made their own stories

Shivanya- Peppa pig

Ek diwas peppa pig ae ramta ta garden ma, muddy puddle , chap chapa chapa, pachi ae gol gol farti ti, pachi ye padi gayi, ramta ramta jati rahi mumma peppa pig jode, ene kahiyu ,uddy puddle ma ramwanu pachi ae gayi peppa pig, paachi padi gayi ae, mumma daddu chup karau. George, daddy pig ane mumma pig pachi muddy puddle ma gaya.

Krishvi Nagori

Ek vaar ek deer hatho, pachi four friends, deer, crow and a mouse, tortoise. Deer jato to pachi net me bijaayi gayo, pachi hunter ae deer ne pakdi lido, pachi evu kidu mouse ae chudayu, pachi tortoise pakdaayu, mouse chodaayu-Thank you.

Jiyaara Desai

One day, one monkey and two cat. One day ae garden ma ramwa gayi hathi, toh emne khaawanu dekhayu ane fight karwa maandi pachi, ene ek monkey aayvu, pachi no-no, ek mothu thayu, no-no,ek mothu thayu, no-no, ek mothu thayu, monkey khaayi gayo, paachal ek aakha aakha piece padi gaya hatha, ae khaayi gayi.

Model making process

Shivanya: "Hippo lollipop sticks ti chotadyu"

Diyaan: "Octopus, newspaper ti, gum ti lagaayu"

Children engrossed in the process of making their individual models

Model making process

Children were keen on making models for aquatic animals. They selected the materials required like newspaper, poster colours, colour papers, thermocol plates and glass to make the model of the animal they chose. Through discussions, children shared the process of how they made their model.

Vitasta: “I am making octopus with glass and straws, I am colouring my octopus inside”,

Diyaan: “Paper thi banayu red blue colour

Rishaan:“Ma’am bolti hai waves pani k hote hai.

They continued making their models and seemed very happy and excited during the making. Once it was ready they showed us the same, and described the model

Jiyaara: “Round shape, arms banava maate cut karyu, eyes lagayi, mouth draw karyu, material use karyu”

Shivanya: “Painting karyu tu hippo upar glass upar, black grey, be (Two) hippo lollipop sticks ti, chotadiyu”

Finally when all their models were ready, we assembled them with inputs from children.

Jiyaara: “Fin banayi, scale banayi”

Vitasta: " First I coloured it, I made a glass of my house, that is legs"

Rishaan: "Octopus earbud, thermocol, foil se fish, balloon se shark, star fish straws se"

Jiyansh: "Paper plates"

Shivaay: "Colour paper, glitter paper"

Krishvi: "Pani, fish, ocean, rice stick karya"


Jiyaara's octopus and fish

Shivaay's octopus made using clay

Shivaay's shark made using different papers

Diyaan's octopus

Rishaan's beautiful ocean world with octopus in it

Krishvi's model