Children tend to absorb knowledge more effectively when they are actively engaged. On the 11th of October, Grade II students embarked on an exciting learning journey, delving into the world of plane shapes through a hands-on activity involving ranganometry. During this experience, children not only crafted elementary shapes such as circles, triangles, squares, and rectangles but also ventured into the realm of complexity by combining two or more plane shapes. This practical approach deepened the students’ comprehension of plane shapes, making learning both enjoyable and enlightening.