At a public event that brought together designers and artists in the city to showcase/sell their work, GGIS had put up a stall, sharing the idea of and inviting children to experience making at Maker’s lab! We were there for 3 evenings and our children had taken turns to be the hosts at the stall. We had two super fun games, made out of trash, and a mini maker’s lab set up at the stall. Children had a wonderful time interacting with children of all age groups coming to the stall and playing these games. The pride with which our children conducted themselves and the sense of ownership they showcased towards the school, was worth all the effort! Our children beamed with confidence and even strategised as a team how they could bring more people to the stall or arrange themselves in the stall so that every participant is attended. They also had a plan ready (and hardly let us realise) when we ran out of gifts to give to the winners of the games! Can, should and must we ask for more?