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Why do the                          stars and moon                          not fall down?Visualized and illustrated by st...
This booklet is a compilation of illustrations by K-1            children (age 3 ½ to 4 ½ years).   The teacher’s vigilanc...
One night while sleeping on her terrace, Shrutika had a query,          Why do stars and moon not fall down?’             ...
She posed this query to her                             classmates the next dayChildren made their thinking visible throug...
Shanaya:     Somebody                      has put glue and stuck                      the stars up in the sky            ...
Jiya: There is a very bigtree and Lord Ganeshahas put all the stars onthe moon on top of it.Teacher: But why arewe not abl...
Shrutika: DurgaMa has 10hands and sheholds the stars,all other Godsalso have manyhands and theyall hold thestars up.      ...
Aashi: How can they come down?                                                   They don’t have legs to come down.       ...
Sahana: Somestrong childrenhave climbedup the ladderwhich reachesthe sky andstuck the starsthere.                  Illustr...
Mehar:                        Somebody has                        tied the stars                        and the moon      ...
Samriddhi: God is                        holding all the                        stars and the                        moon ...
Illustrated byMaia   Viha              Ruhaan   Suhaani
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  1. 1. Why do the stars and moon not fall down?Visualized and illustrated by students of K-1
  2. 2. This booklet is a compilation of illustrations by K-1 children (age 3 ½ to 4 ½ years). The teacher’s vigilance in supporting children’s curiosity helped her understand how 4 year olds think, visualize and express their thoughts and ideas.It shows how a simple curiosity of one child led other children to share their thoughts.
  3. 3. One night while sleeping on her terrace, Shrutika had a query, Why do stars and moon not fall down?’ Illustrated by Maia
  4. 4. She posed this query to her classmates the next dayChildren made their thinking visible through illustration
  5. 5. Shanaya: Somebody has put glue and stuck the stars up in the sky by climbing up a huge ladder. I think it is a fairy.Illustrated by Maia
  6. 6. Jiya: There is a very bigtree and Lord Ganeshahas put all the stars onthe moon on top of it.Teacher: But why arewe not able to see thetree and Ganesha?Jiya: Aare….Can we seethe tree and Ganeshaat night? It is so dark.We can see the starsand the moon only. Illustrated by Viha
  7. 7. Shrutika: DurgaMa has 10hands and sheholds the stars,all other Godsalso have manyhands and theyall hold thestars up. Illustrated by Viha
  8. 8. Aashi: How can they come down? They don’t have legs to come down. They cannot walk like us. They actually stay up in the sky only and smile at us. Dhaani: Stars like to see us from the sky and they are stuck up there.Illustrated by Suhani
  9. 9. Sahana: Somestrong childrenhave climbedup the ladderwhich reachesthe sky andstuck the starsthere. Illustrated by Ruhaan
  10. 10. Mehar: Somebody has tied the stars and the moon up with the rope and hung them in the sky.Illustrated by Suhani
  11. 11. Samriddhi: God is holding all the stars and the moon in the sky. He is very strong and holds them tightly and that is why they don ’ t fall down.Illustrated by Ruhaan
  12. 12. Illustrated byMaia Viha Ruhaan Suhaani
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