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Creativity in lockdown: Kids share inspiring messages

By Rediff Get Ahead
April 26, 2020 09:30 IST
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We had asked you, dear readers, to tell us how you're keeping your kids busy indoors during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Here are some interesting responses we received from our young readers.

Vaibhav Ramji

Manas Nawalakha, 12 from Pune, Maharashtra did this interesting photo collage with his cousins to explain the importance of social distancing.

He says:

We all are brothers and sisters. The people featured in this photo are: 

STAY- Medha Anand Jain, Dombivli, Mumbai
HOME- Manas Pankaj Nawalakha, Pune
STAY- Darsh Anand Jain, Dombivli, Mumbai
SAFE- Anokhee Atul Nawalakha, Pune.

We all stay away from each other but we did this to raise awareness.

Vaibhav Ramji

Vaibhav Ramji drew this picture during the lockdown.

According to his father, the picture depicts the state of mind of a 5 year old child who cannot venture out (of his home) because of the viral scare.

The kid is desperate to go out and play. He is bored at home and wants to explore the outside world.

When he opens the front door it is overcome with fear, anxiety and curiosity how his world has changed.

Sai Arush

Sai Arush Das, 10, a class 5 student of DPS Miyapur, Hyderabad is an avid admirer of Bharat Ratna Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar.

He created this poster during the lockdown, as part of an exchange program to spread smiles in the UK.


Dear readers, tell us how are you keeping your kids busy at home?

Are you playing games, painting together or cooking?

If they love to write, paint, sketch or craft you can send us their most interesting artworks.

Send us your photographs, ideas and videos on getahead@rediff.co.in (subject: Keeping kids busy) along with your name, your kid's name/s, ages and location. We'll publish the best responses right here on Rediff.com.

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