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Nine-year-old Madhubani Paul is a student of Class 4 at the La Martiniere School, Kolkata. During the lockdown, with her parents super busy managing home and work, the young lady had to keep herself engaged in her studies, hobbies, entertainment and stay in touch with her friends whom she hasn’t been able to meet for months on. She found good company in her Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, as she began discovering new ways of learning while staying at home. Here’s an account of her experience with the tab, in her own words.


It was pink, and love at first sight!


For the past few months, I have started studying online using different gadgets. It’s a new and exciting experience.


When I first saw Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, for a nine-year-old school student like me, it was love at first sight.


It fitted well in my hands and was light to carry, which is very important for me. And when I saw it in my favourite colour, Pink, I just knew I had to tell dad to buy it for me!


The Tab S6 Lite comes with an S Pen. That’s the best part about it. The first thing I did was take out the S Pen and start drawing and colouring.


Madhubani painting in a new avatar with the S Pen


One of my favourite apps is Canva, using which I can make birthday posters and greetings cards. The S Pen works like magic on this app.


I love making short videos about clothes I wear or food I eat. These days, my father has been teaching me how to edit using the popular app Kinemaster. S Pen makes editing very easy.


Every day I make a to-do list on Samsung Notes and also take down notes my teacher or parents tell me something important.


I use apps like Study Geography to learn more about the world around me. I practice Mathematics on the screen of the tab instead of the whiteboard at home. It is much easier and fun!


The best part of the week is when I have my music classes. This is when I use the tab to watch videos, sing and save lyrics!


Staying at home, I do miss my school friends a lot. I chat with them over video calls and discuss school work and also share some laughs!


These days, I have also been teaching my Nani how to use technology. I use the screen recorder on the tablet and make short videos to help her.


The tablet has helped me find new hobbies which I had not discovered before. I never thought that I would say this, but now with Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, I find studying more fun and learning more interactive!



[Samsung Newsroom India took permission from Madhubani and her parents to publish this article]

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