How It Works

Online Hindi Poem Classes for Kids is an engaging and interactive program designed to introduce children to the beauty of Hindi poetry. Through a carefully crafted curriculum, our experienced instructors will guide children aged 5-12 years old in exploring the world of Hindi language and literature. The program aims to enhance their linguistic abilities, nurture creativity, and instill a love for poetry. Through a combination of theoretical lessons, practical exercises, and creative activities, children will develop their poetic skills and express their thoughts and emotions in Hindi.

By the end of this comprehensive program, children will have developed a strong foundation in Hindi poetry, improved their language skills, and nurtured their creativity and self-expression. They will gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for Hindi language and culture while developing their own unique poetic voice.



Module 1: Introduction to Hindi Poetry (Duration: 2 weeks)

  • Introduction to the rich heritage of Hindi poetry and prominent Hindi poets.
  • Basic understanding of poetic elements such as rhymes, rhythm, and metaphors.
  • Familiarity with popular Hindi children's poems and their themes.
  • Exercises to enhance pronunciation and diction in Hindi.

Module 2: Developing Vocabulary and Language Skills (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Expanding vocabulary through Hindi word games and exercises.
  • Enhancing comprehension skills through interactive reading of Hindi poems.
  • Engaging in conversations and discussions on various topics.
  • Vocabulary-building exercises and activities related to nature, emotions, and everyday life.

Module 3: Exploring Poetic Devices (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Understanding various poetic devices such as similes, metaphors, and alliteration.
  • Analyzing Hindi poems to identify and appreciate the use of poetic devices.
  • Engaging in creative exercises to incorporate poetic devices into their own poems.
  • Experimenting with different forms of Hindi poetry such as couplets, quatrains, and free verse.

Module 4: Writing Hindi Poems (Duration: 2 weeks)

  • Guided exercises to stimulate creativity and inspire poetic expression.
  • Learning different poetic structures and meters in Hindi poetry.
  • Crafting original Hindi poems on various themes and topics.
  • Peer feedback and group discussions to encourage collaboration and improvement.

Module 5: Performance and Presentation Skills (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Developing confidence in reciting Hindi poems.
  • Techniques for effective presentation, including voice modulation and gestures.
  • Opportunities for children to perform their poems in virtual showcases or events.
  • Encouraging children to express emotions and connect with the audience through their performances.

Module 6: Poetic Expression through Art (Duration: 2 weeks)

  • Exploring the relationship between poetry and visual arts.
  • Combining Hindi poems with illustrations or paintings.
  • Collaborative projects integrating poetry and other artistic forms.
  • Showcasing and sharing their artistic expressions with peers and family.

Module 7: Hindi Poems and Cultural Awareness (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Introducing children to Hindi poems that reflect Indian culture and traditions.
  • Learning about festivals, folklore, and significant events through Hindi poetry.
  • Developing an understanding of the cultural context of Hindi poems.
  • Engaging in discussions and activities related to Indian literature and heritage.

Module 8: Celebrating Poetry and Reflection (Duration: 2 weeks)

  • Reflecting on the journey and growth as young poets.
  • Participating in poetry contests or exhibitions to showcase their progress.
  • Group discussions on the power and impact of poetry in society.
  • Encouraging children to continue their exploration and appreciation of Hindi poetry.

Note: The curriculum mentioned here is a general framework. The specific content and duration of each module can be customized based on the age group, language proficiency level, and specific interests of the children enrolled in the program.