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Shanti Juniors Preschool Wakad

Art And Craft Course For Kids

Wakad
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Take delight in your child’s joy as they proudly share their creations with you.The class perfect for your small child to help develop any artistic potential that may lie hidden. Exploring your creative side during your childhood helps in developing your brain. Enroll your child in this arts n crafts class, as they explore drawing, making toys, hats, animals, etc with paper rolls.

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Explore Your Creativity With Drawing Classes

Wakad
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Drawing is a form of visual art in which a person uses various drawing Instruments including pencils , brushes , wax , color pencils, crayons, charcoal, chalk, pastels various kinds of erasers , markers.Join Drawing Course at Wakad.

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Learn The Art Of Painting

Wakad
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Learn to paint stunning pieces of art that you can display in your home.Want to discover the world of painting? Join this painting class and unleash your creative side. Gift your masterpieces to friends and family and surprise them with your artistic ability. Discover the joys of painting in this class.

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Pepar Craft Course

Wakad
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Turn ordinary paper into simple, yet elegant works of art in this paper craft class. A crafts project you will enjoy in its simplicity and creativity. Create simple ways of expressing yourself by turning paper into greeting cards or origami for example. A mind relaxing hobby to do by yourself or share with your children.

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Tabla Course

Wakad
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The tabla has an interesting construction. The dayan (right hand drum) is almost always made of wood. The diameter at the membrane may run from just under five inches to over six inches. The bayan (left hand drum) may be made of iron, aluminium, copper, steel, or clay; yet brass with a nickel or chrome plate is the most common material.