In SB.10.11.39-40 we get some insights into their games:
"Sometimes Krishna and Balarama would play on Their flutes, sometimes They would throw ropes and stones devised for getting fruits from the trees, sometimes They would throw only stones, and sometimes, Their ankle bells tinkling, They would play football with fruits like bael and amalaki. Sometimes They would cover Themselves with blankets and imitate cows and bulls and fight with one another, roaring loudly, and sometimes They would imitate the voices of the animals. In this way They enjoyed sporting, exactly like two ordinary human children."
They teach us how we are meant to play with our children....
I concluded the children's session by distributing sweets to all the kids from the Vyasasana, which they excitedly accepted. Surely this will leave sweet impressions of the Srimad Bhagavatam class.....!
I am hoping to establish this as a regular tradition, including the sweets distribution at the end. It was well received by the children and grown-ups, and the main speakers for those Saturday programs agreed to continue the tradition.
After this SB class for the children we would usually continue the regular class. However, since is was the 1st day of the new school year, our little school offered a celebration to our community involving all the children and teachers. Thus the entire program was a very successful attempt to move our children into the center of our community.
Your servant, Devaki dd