Students must develop a creative mindset since this is the age when their minds can learn the most. Recreation and fun are essential parts of schooling. Indeed, all work and no play make Jack a dull boy. Therefore, conducting fun co-curricular activities will help students to find their creative calling, explore their talents and develop their hobbies. Recreational activities also act as a stress buster, so the students who are appearing for board exams, it is a great way to relax rejuvenate them to score well in exams. Here’ the list of activities –

  1. Visiting museums
  2. Trekking mountains
  3. Picnics
  4. Seminars and Workshops
  5. Industrial visits
  6. Doll making