Mixing entertainment and learning

25 activities for “Rub` Qarn” stimulate the imagination

  • During my story workshop and gift box presented by Fatima Al Kaabi.

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The “Rubu’ Qarn Foundation for Creating Leaders and Innovators”, represented by “Sharjah Children, Sharjah Youth and the Sajaya Girls of Sharjah”, participated in the Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival in its 13th session, organized by the Sharjah Book Authority, from the 11th to the 22nd of this month, with about 25 workshops and events It mixes entertainment and learning using different means and skills, presented by a group of specialist writers and artists, in addition to talented members of the "Rubu Qarn" institutions.

The events included a range of targeted activities that pave the way for culture and science for the target age groups from six to 18 years old, and in line with their tendencies and aspirations, including a moving story workshop, and messages at a different time to train participants on how to write letters, a story cube, and a “hand tank.” In addition to designing a cover, my story, gift box and story cube.

“Rubu’ Qarn” provided its pavilion-goers with the opportunity to learn about the importance of reading and research techniques in the Book Search Journey workshop in cooperation with the Sharjah Girl Guides Commission, in addition to various workshops, including: Japanese-style book breaks, my little world, and a trip with a writer to activate the culture of dialogue and develop skills The participants listened and spoke, and the visitors got acquainted with another face of the arts and creative experiences in the workshops: let's express the performing arts, the art of manga, and the painting on wood.

The pavilion also witnessed the launch of the "28 Reading Challenge" in cooperation with writer Maitha Al-Khayat, an interesting year-long reading adventure, with the aim of encouraging participants to read 28 stories, with the title of each story beginning with a different letter of the Arabic alphabet.

Quarbu Qarn also provided a competitive atmosphere for visitors to its pavilion that contributed to stimulating their imaginations to express themselves, by writing down their dreams and aspirations on the pavilion’s interactive wall, titled “Close Your Eyes and Imagine.”

The targeted activities addressed the age groups from six to 18 years old.

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