Alphabet Vedanta - Children are introduced to the ideal values of living through the alphabets. Each letter of the alphabet is given a positive value, such as 'A' for Ambition, 'B' for Brotherhood, etc. and it is taught through puranic stories from our epics. Various coloring activities, worksheets, and games are also designed to complement the stories and values for each alphabet.
Ramayana - Children are introduced to the Great Epic - Ramayana. The story, adventures, and ideals of Rama and other Ramayana characters are taught to the children. The children are also engaged in a picture book Ramayana coloring activities, worksheets, and quiz games to help remember the stories in an enjoyable way.
Ramayana Characters - The children explore the characters of Ramayana such as Rama - as an ideal son, Lakshmana - as an ideal brother, Sita - as an ideal wife, Bharatha - as an ideal Bhaktha and Hanuman - as an ideal Karma Yogi.
Mahabharatha- Children continue on their journey of learning another great Epic - The Mahabharatha. The youthful activities of the Pandavas, the slyness of the Kauravas and the great Kurukshetra war are presented to the kids. Activities, pictures, games and quizzes supplement the stories.
Bhagavatham - The creation of the Universe and the various races are explained to the kids through the Bhagavatha Purana. The children hear the stories of Krishna's early childhood and selected stories from the Bhagavata Purana. The Ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu are also discussed .
Symbolism- The various symbols that Hinduism utilizes to represent the undefinable God is discussed with the students.
Religions of the World – Along with Hinduism, children are introduced to the other major religions of the world, such as Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism and Sikhism. This also broadens their knowledge and increases their appreciation for the uniqueness of Hinduism.
Bhagavad Gita - The various Yogas such as Bhakthi Yoga, Gnana Yoga and Karma Yoga are explored with the kids through interactive discussions.
Pooja – The children are introduced to the practice of pooja and the various steps of the pooja are taught to them. They learn the slokhas of Ganesha pooja and Saraswathi pooja and perform them individually during Ganesha Chaturthi and Navarathri respectively.
Shivarathri is also celebrated by the children by chanting various Shiva slokhas and bhajans.
Various Hindu holidays are also celebrated and their significance discussed with the kids to make them aware of the rich values and traditions of our great Motherland.