Children, engrossed in books, were not making noise but discussing them. What happened?In the last few classes, children were creating art using patterns, and some, especially the older children, questioned why they weren't making realistic drawings and learning something. This Sunday, we introduced various tribal arts to them. Some were awestruck by the beauty and uniqueness of these paintings and amazed by the large panel paintings they had created using random patterns in previous classes.During this class, they studied different tribal arts and presented their findings to their peers. Here's an example:Kid 1: What is this boat doing on the hill?Group replied: Resting.Kid 1: But how did it reach there and then the water?Group: They built two boats, one on the mountain and another near the sea!Another painting:Group 2: They're eating jamun, and animals are also having fun.Kid 2: It doesn't look like jamun.Group 2: It is! Only jamun can happen in these amounts, and they made it bigger so that you can see it. It was so much fun to hear them! The story written in the book was entirely different, and the children were supposed to provide their interpretation without reading the story, which they did unexpectedly well!