How It Works

Online Hindi Tutoring for Kids is an immersive and interactive program designed to introduce children aged 5-12 years old to the Hindi language. Our experienced tutors provide a comprehensive curriculum that covers the fundamentals of Hindi, including alphabets, vocabulary, grammar, and conversational skills. Through engaging lessons, interactive activities, storytelling, and cultural exploration, children will develop a strong foundation in Hindi and gain a deeper understanding of Indian culture and heritage. The program aims to foster a love for language learning, promote multiculturalism, and enhance cross-cultural communication skills.

By the end of this comprehensive program, children will have developed a strong foundation in Hindi, improved their reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension skills, and gained cultural awareness. They will have the ability to engage in basic conversations, read simple Hindi texts, and appreciate the beauty of Hindi language and culture. Most importantly, they will have a lifelong connection to Hindi and a deeper understanding of the diverse world we live in.

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

  • Introduction to the Hindi script, Devanagari, and its basic symbols.
  • Learning to recognize and write Hindi vowels and consonants.
  • Understanding the pronunciation and transliteration of Hindi sounds.
  • Engaging in interactive activities to familiarize children with Hindi alphabets.

Module 2: Vocabulary Building (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Expanding vocabulary through themed lessons and word exercises.
  • Learning Hindi names for everyday objects, animals, colors, and numbers.
  • Practicing vocabulary through interactive games, flashcards, and quizzes.
  • Building a foundation of essential Hindi vocabulary for daily communication.

Module 3: Grammar and Sentence Construction (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Introduction to basic Hindi grammar rules, including noun gender, number, and case.
  • Learning sentence structure and word order in Hindi.
  • Practicing sentence construction through exercises, worksheets, and dialogues.
  • Developing an understanding of verb conjugation and tense usage in Hindi.

Module 4: Reading and Comprehension (Duration: 2 weeks)

  • Developing reading skills through simple Hindi texts, stories, and passages.
  • Enhancing comprehension through guided reading exercises.
  • Expanding vocabulary and understanding context in written Hindi.
  • Encouraging critical thinking and interpretation of Hindi texts.

Module 5: Conversational Hindi (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Developing basic conversational skills in Hindi.
  • Practicing common greetings, expressions, and simple dialogues.
  • Engaging in role plays and interactive activities to reinforce conversational skills.
  • Building confidence in using Hindi in everyday situations.

Module 6: Cultural Exploration (Duration: 2 weeks)

  • Learning about Indian festivals, traditions, and cultural practices.
  • Exploring Hindi literature, folktales, and children's stories.
  • Studying famous personalities and historical events in Hindi-speaking regions.
  • Encouraging appreciation for the rich cultural heritage associated with Hindi.

Module 7: Hindi Songs and Rhymes (Duration: 3 weeks)

  • Learning popular Hindi songs, rhymes, and poems.
  • Understanding the meaning and significance of Hindi lyrics.
  • Practicing proper pronunciation, intonation, and rhythm in Hindi recitation.
  • Engaging in musical activities to promote language acquisition.

Module 8: Project and Presentation (Duration: 2 weeks)

  • Collaborative projects to explore specific aspects of Hindi culture or literature.
  • Preparing and delivering presentations on Hindi topics.
  • Encouraging creativity and research skills in presenting Hindi-related projects.
  • Celebrating children's achievements and fostering a sense of pride in Hindi learning.

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.