Conversational Hindi for Age 6-10.
Have fun building your Hindi vocabulary, putting sentences together, and making connections with Indian culture.
Culture and history
Build Hindi Vocabulary
For Families Where Hindi Is Spoken At Home Or Not
Most of our students fall into one of two groups. One, where Hindi is spoken at home by the parents and the kid(s) understand a lot but respond in English. And two, the parents don’t speak Hindi at home but want their children to connect with relatives and their heritage. Our classes address the needs for both. These classes get will get your child speaking in Hindi without overwhelming them.
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Schedule + Fees
|Age 6-10||4 sessions|
Each class is 1 hour
2pm PT (4pm CT | 5pm ET)
4pm PT (6pm CT | 7pm ET)
1pm PT (3pm CT | 4pm ET)
4:15pm PT (6:15pm CT | 7:15pm ET)
5:20pm PT (7:20pm CT | 8:20pm ET) Intermediate
2pm-3pm PT (4pm CT | 5pm ET)
3pm-4pm PT (5pm CT | 6pm ET)
1pm PT (3pm CT | 4pm ET)
8am (10am CT | 11am ET)
10am (12pm CT | 1pm ET)
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Never seen a language teacher like her before!
Samta is remarkably warm and interactive. Never seen a language teacher like her before. Amazing.
Our half-Indian girl LOVES learning about her Indian side
Our little 4-year old Anavi looks forward to her Virtual PreSkool class each week. We never thought she would be this interested in Indian culture as we hadn’t emphasized that much in the past. She loves learning Hindi, new words, and broader Indian culture. Her Indian grandparents had given her a lot of Indian things (clothes, statues, stories) but it’s only now that she pulls them out proudly and shows them off to her fellow students. We are very happy parents!
Highly recommend Virtual PreSkool Hindi Classes for older kids too!
My 9 year old loves Samta’s virtual Hindi classes. I hear him laughing in every class! And after only a few weeks he has already learned so much. Samta not only focuses on conversational Hindi but also Indian/S. Asian culture, holidays, important events, destinations/sites, and so much more. She tailors her classes to the interests of the students – lots of Star Wars discussion in my son’s class. And the “homework” in the form of slides, flashcards, and videos is so well done. Samta is an excellent teacher and makes things fun and easy, despite being virtual. I’m so happy that we found this language school, and I highly recommend it, even for older kids.
Engaging and Entertaining
Both my kids took Samta’s hindi classes and despite their age difference had the same response after each class: absolutely LOVED it. They are always excited for her classes and came out of it learning something new that I would hear them repeating at the randomest times. Samta has done a fantastic job with the classes and I am so glad I enrolled my kids.
Hindi made fun and easy!
We have tried many many Hindi classes over the the years. Often ending in tears or fears with so much of the focus on writing characters that are not tangible or relevant for our day to day life. Samta does an amazing job teaching by conversational Hindi to our daughter which she can use and be excited about right away. We are amazed at how she breaks down Hindi and provides beautiful, novel, and educational resources that make the learning easy! Our daughter looks forward to class and doing her practice every week! She learned how to have a conversation with her grandparents after just one class! We wish this was around when we were kids!
About Your Teacher, Samta Varia
Thank you for your interest in Beginner’s Hindi. Your child will learn Hindi in a fun, encouraging, and cheerful virtual classroom environment. The classes are taught in American English.
All of the class materials are phonetically spelled – in English. The lessons and activities are engaging, interactive, visually stimulating, and fun.
Each class is 1 hour.
About Me. Like most of my students, I was born and raised in the US. I grew up in and reside in Orange County, California. I learned Hindi organically – my parents spoke it at home. I enjoyed learning and speaking Hindi. I was very involved in dance, cultural programs and volunteer work that enabled me to practice Hindi on a regular basis. More about me and how I started Virtual PreSkool, here.
I look forward to seeing you in class!