MAKASSAR. Monday, (22/01/2018) Rumah Zakat synergizes with HSBC to build a literacy house as a form of responsibility for education in Indonesia. This literacy house itself is located in JL. Maccini Raya 1 No. 15B, Maccini, Macassar District.
This literacy house is divided into three classes of programs. There is a literacy class program that concentrates on fostering and teaching children in making simple workshops from paper and other materials into a work. There are English classes that focus on fostering and teaching the children of the literacy house to develop their knowledge and understanding of English which is one of the international languages besides Arabic. There are multimedia classes that concentrate on building children for the development and training of computer basics.
House literacy program is held every afternoon until dusk from Monday to Saturday. Each program is performed twice a week. The children who participate in the literacy house class are children who are in the vicinity of the Maccini helpless village area.
On this occasion, the children are taught to make paper quilling by brother battiar who is one of the mentors in the house of litration. The papers are rolled up to form a work. There are hats to make key chains in various shapes, some are frogs, doraemaons and other forms that match the imagination of the children.
As the battier sister put it, “programs like this are very helpful for children in enlarging their creativity that has been stymied by the gadget’s grandeur. these children are very enthusiastic and seriously refreshing the exposure of Battiar’s brother. Especially when they compete to show off their work. Aura of happiness is clearly visible from the camera’s highlight. ”
One of the residents said that this activity is very beneficial for our children. In addition to reducing play time outside the less useful. Our children can use their time after school by following some very useful activities that are even rarely seen in school. Hopefully, this kind of activity will continue.
Newsroom / Kuna