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School Museum 5 ... Shankarsinh V. It is the nature of a child to be absorbed in Baria activity. Every small to large school must have a repository. The notion that a repository can be built at the expense of money is not correct.

Children learn a lot beyond the four walls than in class. If we develop those ideas, a repository can be created automatically. Wherever there is a school in the city or in the village, if the students are taken out in small and big circles at certain intervals, then naturally the children will be able to see and get a lot of new things. At such a time, the children's hobby will collect many new things.




Going to the beach, many kinds of shells, codies, colorful stone pieces and much more can be found on the stage and it all teaches a lot. Along with the pleasure of wandering in the garden, the children also enjoy nature and collect many flowers, plant twigs, leaves, feathers of various birds, various colored soils.

Even if one goes out into the old ruins, there are various new things that attract children. Many other such places can be described. Thus, keeping in view the collectivity of the children, if a skilled teacher decides to take advantage of it, he can build a useful storage space by collecting the best from it. Need to visually and stimulate children.




That is to say, if this kind of hoarding should be understood and welcomed by the child and then the storage should be designed according to the convenience of the child in his own school and the relevant exhibitions should be arranged so that the children can be encouraged.

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