Weaving is such a gorgeous mix of modern and traditional crafts; It’s full of soft textures and endless amounts of patterns. Students of Grade IV were involved in an activity in which they developed their loom by using cardboard and embarked into the exciting world of weaving with amazing patterns. Young learners created mats, coasters, wall hangings, friendship bands with the help of straws, paper- strips, colourful yarns, etc. It is one of those crafts that is so versatile and robust. Weaving is a fun and inexpensive activity that helps to develop a child’s fine motor skills. Allowing scholars to weave helps them to develop many skills, for instance, eye-hand coordination, and concentration, problem-solving. Besides this, weaving teaches pupils about recycling and reusing materials. It’s an incredible way for Presidians to get their feet wet with a weaving pattern as it impels their creativity and imagination.