Kokuyo Camlin partners Canopo play school to engage kids with new product range
Canopo Illuminating Tiny Minds, a daycare and playcare school and Kokuyo Camlin, art and stationery manufacturer joined hands to host ‘Clean India Campaign’, a unique workshop for young children at Canopo Illuminating Tiny Minds, Mylapore, Chennai.
Actress, Sneha Prasanna inaugurated the event and interacted with the children and their parents.
The tiny tots were asked to draw and paint on multi surfaces without any fear as the product was an innovation from Kokuyo Camlin - washable crayons. The children enjoyed painting on walls, tables, chairs, glass, paper, etc., After the workshop, the parents took a tour to witness the drawings of the children and took their shutterbugs out to capture their child’s creativity. During the event, the parents were also briefed on benefits of child art, creativity through art, colours and how such events kindle the creative brains in the young children.
Speaking on the occasion, Saumitra Prasad, Chief Marketing Officer, Kokuyo Camlin Ltd, said, “We are very glad to associate with Canopo Illuminating Tiny Minds and undertake this activity to make children develop love for art which is very essential at a very young age. The entire world becomes a canvas and their hand becomes a brush for children with these washable crayons. We hope the art will also help them in nurturing creativity in them.”
Speaking about the workshop, Amudha, Founder and Director at Canopo International said, “We are delighted to join hands with Koyuko Camlin to be a part of 'Clean India Campaign' by engaging tiny tots to explore their creative mind and sow the seeds of cleanliness from the young age. We at Canopo believe in engaging children in fun activities through such workshops which will help not only in developing child's artistic learning but also encourages them to think in a more challenging and creative manner.”
While the children had fun painting and cleaning the walls, they also learnt the importance of cleanliness. All the children were gifted Camlin products of the famous cartoon series Chota Bheem and friends.
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