Pre-K kids reciting ‘Twinkle-Twinkle” in Hindi

I am teaching a class of Pre-K children this year and the experience has been amazing. It is very interesting and inspiring to see little kids engage in learning the language and trying to understand the Indian culture in the classroom. All the children in my classroom were very enthusiastic and open to the learning experience. Not only were they eager to learn Hindi but also actively engaged in making connections from their daily life.
We had so much fun learning the kids rhymes in Hindi, which we all know so well in English. Kids were startled to know that there is hindi version of these famous rhymes. Like hindi version of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star”, “Baba Black sheep” etc. I will post the full hindi version of rhymes next time.
We also had a great time while sharing the joy of Diwali, while making Diwali cards and Diwali lanterns.
I think the most important part in teaching Hindi language to young children would be to create a curiosity in their minds for the language, which will keep the learning process going and enjoyable.

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Instructor: Kaveree (Sea Breeze, Foster City)

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