The idea of the activity was to introduce the children of Kirmin to abstract art in a fun way. It started off with learning color mixing and introducing them to different emotions that each color represents. For example we told them how blue represents calmness, and red represents warmth and when you mix the two you get purple, which in turn carries the properties of both blue and red.
For the Annual Parents Day Program, students of grade II, III, Sir Aziz-ur-Rahman and I did a collaboration of English and Wakhi and represented Pakistan through faces and language of Kirmin. The students dressed up as Sindhi, Balochi, Punjabi and Pathan in pairs. I dressed up as a Gojali.