Suggested Time Table for Day-Camps (8:30am - 5:00pm)
This is the format used in one of the camps. This is only to give an idea of how to plan. On the last day of the camp, plan a field trip to a nearby Hindu Temple or an Ashram.
Refer to activities section to get an idea of variety of programs you can plan
|8:30-9:00||Registration || |
Lighting the lamp by an elderly person;
Ganesha & Saraswati Vandana
Purpose of the camp, Instructions, Parichay of Karyakartas
9:30-9:45 ||Shlokas & Song |
9:45-10:15 ||Surya Namaskar+Yoga |
10:15-10:20 ||Break |
10:20-11:00 ||Boudhik (Talk followed by Q/A) |
11:00-11:15 ||Break |
11:15-12:00 ||Video : Animated Ramayana Movie |
12:00-12:45 ||Lunch |
12:45-1:00 ||Shlokas/Song |
1:00-2:00 ||Arts & Crafts - Drawing |
2:00-2:15 ||Break (Snacks) |
2:15-3:15 ||Jeopardy & Dumb Charades |
3:15-4:15 ||Games |
4:15-4:45 ||Team Project Work |
4:45-5:00 ||Prarthana |
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Religious setting with pictures.
Learning atmosphere with the posters on Hindu's contribution, etc.
Sewa posters to create awareness about Sewa.
Sangh posters of big programs to give the feeling - "We're part of a BIG movement"
Keeping the shoes in line.
Keeping up the motivation to learn
For all boudhik sessions, sitting in proper formation (either lines or ardha-mandal).
Making four gatas on first day and rotating the task of serving food and cleaning.
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