Kanhas diaries – a story in pictures
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Kanhas diaries – a story in pictures

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8:45 am: Shriya and Pranav Come in early. They spend their  time mixing colours on the blackboard. Play evolves into creating a rain scene by squeezing water on the blackboard with a wet sponge
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 9:45 am – We start the day with mangal aarti for the class ‘Radha Krishna’ deities
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10 am – Worshipping tulsi devi
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Here we go round the Tulsi tree, Tulsi tree, Tulsi tree
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10:10 am – Chanting Hare Krishna on our beads
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10:15 am – Dancing in keertan
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10:45 am Waiting to listen to our story for the day.  The story cant begin unless every kid is on a pillow (or two)

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11:00 am Snack time!
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11:15 am – Playing after snacks
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11:30 am – Gifts of Vamandev – An observation and memory game. We have to find each gift that Lord Vamandev received from the demigods(heard during the story session) and colour it in.
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Colouring in the rest of the picture
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12 noon – Writing practice – writing our sight word – was
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12:30 pm – Reciting our shlokas
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1 pm – Lunch time – We never start without saying our prasadam prayers. We listen to readings from the Krishna book during lunch
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1:30 pm – post lunch quiet time (never lasts more than 5 minutes) Here we are listening to the end of a story.
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1:35 pm – Post lunch free play – they can play whatever they want
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2-15 pm – Sight word pizza delivery game. I would call and order pizza – and request a delivery to a sight word (eg. all). The kids would drive the pizza over to the correct house – labelled all

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About the Author: Shweta Shetty
Suvarna Radhika Devi Dasi (Shweta Patil) has been practising Krishna Consciousness for over 15 years now. A qualified software engineer and Bharat Natyam Dancer, she has now ventured into the field of early childhood education. She has completed a certification in child care and is applying her spiritual and academic experiences to create a unique Vedic training program for children in Melbourne.

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