‘Camp Jano India’ a fun filled Summer Camp

Camp Jano India is a unique Summer camp for kids between the age of 5 &13 yrs. It is specially designed to give exposure and rich experience of the history and heritage of India. The themes are - I Love India, Celebrate India and Incredible India.
May 1, 2012 - PRLog -- US Hindi Association brings ‘Camp Jano India’ a fun filled summer camp for kids in Bay Area. The organization has been successfully promoting ‘Hindi’ language in Bay Area through ‘Jano Hindi Classes’ for kids and adults for past 6 years. This year in March 2012 it launched one of a kind initiative ‘Jano Hindi Bee’ to encourage language learning and increase Hindi vocabulary among its active students learning Hindi. It is the first ‘Hindi Bee’ competition held in the world and was widely accepted and appreciated by the students and their parents. In summers the Hindi experience is extended to another level by enveloping not only Hindi but also an entire experience of the largely celebrated country ‘India’.

India, the seventh largest country in the world is home to ancient civilization, a region of trade routes, vast empires, unsurpassed demographics, diverse culture, performing arts, architecture & literature. All these things can be converted to just one word ‘Indian Heritage’ and this, is the USP (Unique Selling Point) of ‘Camp Jano India’

‘Camp Jano India’ has been specifically designed for ages 5 -13 years. In order to take the kids on a journey of India, the camp have been beautifully crafted into different themes. These themes touch different aspects that make Indian Heritage so rich & desirable. Each & every theme is creatively woven into a series of projects, art, crafts & theatre to make the children truly appreciate India. As a bonus, each camp ends with a play in Hindi that is woven around the various themed elements for that week! The themes for this year are – Incredible India, Celebrate India & I love India.

Incredible India – Depicts historical and modern day monuments located in different states of India. The camp begins with the fascinating 6000BC memento of Indus Valley Civilization and completes the journey with the modern day 20th century monuments. Along with that, it covers physical dynamics of India in those areas such as important rivers, desserts and the Great Plains.

Celebrate India – Covers popular festivals such as Diwali, Holi, Pongal, Onam, Durga Pooja etc. It also showcases how India being a land of such diverse cultures has embraced other cultures of the world. Children are encouraged to recreate the ambiance of those special occasions and thus learn of their significance.

I Love India – Personifies famous ‘Indian Icons’ from kings to great leaders who have a significant impact on forming the Indian dynasty. All coming from diverse yet simple backgrounds and going on to become Legends. This unique camp has a fantastic way of inspiring kids.

This camp is structured in a way that it leaves an everlasting impact of India on the kids. This is a fun filled way to learn about a country and it’s heritage. This year organization is offering Summer Camps in six Bay Area locations that are Mountain View, Santa Clara, Fremont, San Jose, Oakland and Foster City (age 4-7). For more details you can call 650 493 1566 or visit www.JanoIndia.com.

For more information on Camp Jano India, Jano Hindi Classes or to purchase Jano Hindi games and other educational products contact Director Ruchita Parat at 650.493.1566 or email her at director@eduhindi.com and be sure to visit the Jano India blog at www.JanoIndia.com. LIKE their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/janoindia and follow them on Twitter. Links are easily found on the website.
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