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All About Vedic – All About Me – Student Of The Week Activity

Vedic class has student of the week program where teacher pick one student each week. Teacher put many popsicle sticks in a pot and pick one stick each week. Every popsicle stick has one student name.

This week it was Vedic’s turn to become student of the week. As part of this he has to fill up “All About Me” sheet. I though it will be interesting to put it on blog as he wrote some interesting answers.

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