Little Box of Big Skills
A fun guessing game in which the children match real life situations with useful entrepreneurial skills to understand the meaning of these skills. In this activity the children write stories for five skills from their own lives to explain their understanding of the skills.
Tarannum Pravij, 9B. Bankipur Girls’ High School, Patna.
Isha Kumari, 9A. Ram Mohan Roy Seminary, Patna.
Entrepreneurs are Everywhere
A different and interesting activity in which the children in groups of four go out into their communities together to interview local entrepreneurs, and based on what they learn they make a beautiful newspaper with articles about the entrepreneurs.
Priyanka, Kajal, Pooja and Girja, 9A. Bankipur Girls’ High School, Patna.
Gayatri, Chhavi, Priyanka and Sneha, 9A. Rajkiya Kanya High School,Patna.
Rajesh Kumar + Vikas, 9B. St. M G High School, Patna.
My Family Tree
A home activity never done before, the children go to a parent or any other family member and ask about all their family members, what they do, what is unique about them and what skills they possess. Using the information they gather, they then make a unique family tree making it of different sizes, colours and forms.
Reshma Kumari, 9C. Government Girls’ High School, Shastri Nagar, Patna.
Rekha Kumari, 9E. Government Girls’ High School, Shastri Nagar, Patna.
Nishu Anand, 9E. P. N Anglo Sanskrit High School, Patna.
Getting to the Bottom of It: Problems’ Map
An in-class discussion and realization of the problems in the community around the children, leading to a list of these problems and an understanding and division of these problems into big, medium and small problems on the bases of how difficult or easy they are to solve for the children themselves. Using these, the children create a Problem Map for their own communities.
Md. Shahid Raza, 9C. Miller High School, Patna.
Saryu, Sarita, Payal, Vanita -9C. Government Girls’ High School, Shastri Nagar, Patna.
Rashmi, Esha, Kavya, Priyanka, 9A. Bankipur Girls’ High School.
My Uncle, the Bridge Builder
A fun and thought provoking card game running a Mango Business for their in-class activity, the children then create an attractive poster presenting the business they would like to start, and the demand and supply for their product.
Sapna Kumari, 9A. Rajkiya Kanya High School,Patna.
Sukriya Nutwar, 9A. Rajkiya Kanya High School, Patna.
Bijali Brings a Carnival to Her Village
An introspective activity in which the children recognize and put down all the people they know and then divide them on the bases of who they know directly and who they know through others, to make different degrees of their own personal network. They create their own Social Network Map.
Jyoti Kumari, 9B. Bankipur Girls’ High School, Patna.
Rashmi Kumari, 9C. Rajkiya Kanya High School, Patna.
3 Girl Detectives and the Missing Village
An adventure in their own localities where the children survey their neighbourhoods in terms of its physical features like buildings, roads etc, it’s people and the problems existing in that area. After this research the children create a Map of their Neighbourhood.
Khushboo Kumari, 9E. Rajkiya Kanya High School, Patna.
Shrishti Kumari , 9A. Bankipur Girls’ High School, Patna.
Geet’s Upside Down, Inside Out Cookbook
It’s time to Organize! Groups of four children form their own catering company and organize their respective tasks within the weeks and days of a one month calendar. When to cook, when to pay bills and when to buy vegetables. They discuss, plan, prioritize and create their One Month Calendar.
Aarti Kumari, Rakhi Kumari,Priyanka Kumari, Gauri Kumari, 9C. Rajkiya Kanya High School, Patna.
Priyanka, Tanushri, Sarita, 9B. Bankipur Girls’ High School, Patna.
My Second-hand Shoes
Advertise your Business! The children decide on the product they would like to sell and conduct market research in \their locality to understand its demand. Based on this research, they create an attractive poster for her business highlighting what is great and unique about their product.
Rani, Sapna, Raju, Radha, Chanchal, 9B. Rajkiya Kanya High School, Patna.
Manisha, Amrita, Kaajal, Pinky, Divya, 9A. Bankipur Girls’ High School, Patna.