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The Role of FLN Content in Hindi Medium on Child’s Learning Journey

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In India, Hindi serves as a common thread, weaving together diverse communities and households across the country. Therefore, children naturally develop a strong linguistic connection with the language from an early age. This is particularly true for those living in rural areas and attending government schools, where Hindi often dominates daily interactions. As these children transition from the playful environment of home to the formal setting of school, maintaining a sense of familiarity is crucial for their smooth adaptation. Introducing a foreign language suddenly can create unnecessary barriers to learning and hinder their progress. 

Therefore, it is imperative to strengthen the existing educational ecosystem.

This can be done by providing learning content in Hindi, particularly during the formative years of kindergarten. This approach ensures a seamless continuity of language and fosters a comfortable learning environment for children in their growing years. 

Let’s understand the Role of FLN Content in Hindi Medium in a Child’s Learning Journey through examples

Imagine a child’s eyes lighting up as they read a story about their favorite animal in Hindi, or excitedly explaining the steps of their school science experiment to their grandparents/parents in Hindi. This isn’t just language practice; it’s a foundation for a richer, more meaningful learning experience.

An infographic highlighting the role of FLN content in Hindi medium on a child's learning journey

1. The Cognitive Role of FLN Content in Hindi is to Build a Strong Mental Framework

Learning the basics in Hindi or their mother tongue helps children build a strong foundation for their brains. This is especially true when they learn concepts like colors (रंग) or shapes (आकार). This helps them learn other things more easily, even in different subjects or languages.

Why does it matter?

  • FLN content in Hindi helps children at primary schools and Anganwadi centers understand concepts within a familiar cultural context. This means they are not just memorizing information, but truly grasping the meaning and relevance of what they are learning.
  • Learning in their mother tongue significantly benefits children’s cognitive development. They develop better thinking skills, become better problem solvers, and can understand complex ideas more easily.
  • FLN content in Hindi is like building a mental map with clear, well-defined roads for learning.

2. The Social and Emotional Development Role of FLN Content in Hindi is to Facilitate a Sense of Belonging

Imagine a child proudly singing a Hindi song at a family gathering. They feel connected to their family, culture, and community. This makes them feel good about themselves and who they are.

Why does it matter?

  • Learning Hindi in early years helps children develop a strong sense of identity and self-esteem. It allows children to express their thoughts and feelings more authentically, leading to stronger relationships with family, friends, teachers, and even community.
  • When children are taught using FLN content in Hindi, they tend to develop a lifelong love for the language and learning.

3. The Academic Role of FLN Content in Hindi is to Springboard Learning

When a child learns math (गणित) or EVS (पर्यावरण अध्ययन) in Hindi, they understand the ideas more deeply. This makes it easier for them to learn those subjects in English or any other language.

Why does it matter?

  • FLN instruction acts as a bridge to learning other subjects. When children understand the fundamentals in a language they’re comfortable with, they’re better equipped to tackle complex topics across the curriculum.
  • Teaching in Hindi during the early years of learning is like a springboard that helps them jump higher in their studies.

4. The Beyond the Classroom Role of FLN Content in Hindi is it offers a Lifelong love for the language

Imagine, a child who listens to a story from their grandparents in Hindi language. He/she not only enjoys the story but also feels closer to their family and learns about their heritage.

Why does it matter?

  • The ability to communicate effectively in the Hindi language opens doors to diverse cultural experiences and opportunities. It’s a gift that enriches a child’s life for years to come.
  • It helps children stay connected with their roots, and culture, explore new traditions, and communicate with a wider range of people.

Thus, we believe integrating FLN content in Hindi medium into a child’s learning journey is not just about language acquisition. It’s about nurturing a love for learning, fostering a strong sense of identity, and building a solid foundation for academic and personal growth.

Looking for NCF and NCERT Aligned FLN Content in Hindi?

Considering the needs of students and teachers in primary schools and at Anganwadi centers, we have simplified FLN Content in both Hindi and English. All content is aligned with the 3 developmental goals of the National Curriculum Framework and is designed to make teaching engaging and learning playful. 

Explore iPrep’s FLN Content in Hindi for Nursery, LKG, and UKG:

For class Nursery

iPrep offers a comprehensive library of FLN content in Hindi medium, covering subjects such as Math (गणित), EVS (पर्यावरण अध्ययन), Hindi Grammar (हिंदी व्याकरण), social and emotional (सामाजिक और भावनात्मक), Health and physical (स्वास्थ्य और शारीरिक). Additionally, it provides audiobooks, puzzles, and activities related to Math (गणित), EVS (पर्यावरण अध्ययन), Hindi Grammar (हिंदी व्याकरण), all in Hindi. This extensive collection of Hindi resources ensures that teachers can effectively engage students in meaningful learning experiences, fostering a joyful learning environment for the students whose mother tongue is Hindi.

For Class LKG

In LKG, the subjects mirror those of a Nursery, yet the level of content is a little high, aligning with the competencies defined as per the 3 development goals of the National Curriculum Framework. This progression ensures a gradual and appropriate increase in complexity for young learners. Mirroring the approach in Nursery, all subjects and categories are presented in both Hindi and English, empowering students to engage with learning content in their preferred language, thus fostering a comfortable and inclusive learning environment.

For class UKG

In UKG, the subjects mirror those of a Nursery and LKG, yet the level of content is now a little more high, aligning with the competencies defined as per the 3 development goals of the National Curriculum Framework. Additionally, new audiobooks in the categories of Poetry (कविताएं) and Hindi Literature (हिन्दी साहित्य) have been added to the stage. This progression ensures a gradual and appropriate increase in complexity for young learners. Mirroring the approach in Nursery and LKG, all subjects and categories of UKG are also presented in both Hindi and English. This empowers children/teachers to learn/teach in their preferred language. 

Not just this, 

iPrep recognizes the importance of school readiness for a child’s successful transition to Grade 1. To bridge the gap in early years’ development, iPrep offers “Vidya Pravesh,” a comprehensive three-month play-based school preparation module designed in alignment with NCF and NCERT guidelines. Vidya Pravesh on iPrep delivers engaging subject-wise animated lessons, interactive classroom activities, and assessments. All this content is available in both Hindi and English, nurturing a love for learning through play-based methods. This approach ensures that children entering Grade 1 possess the foundational learning, skills, and knowledge necessary for a smooth and enjoyable educational journey.

Thus, the integration of FLN content in Hindi, as offered by platforms such as iPrep, presents a potential opportunity to improve early childhood education. 

By aligning with NCF guidelines and providing resources in both Hindi and English, your education initiative can empower teachers in primary schools and Anganwadi centers to create inclusive learning environments. This approach not only fosters playful language acquisition but also bridges the gap between home and school, ensuring a smoother transition for children. Embracing FLN content in Hindi is not just a pedagogical shift; it’s a significant step towards equitable and effective education.

If you are looking for FLN Content in Hindi, you can contact us at  +91 9810669749 or write to us at share@idreameducation.org


Frequently Asked Questions -

1. What is the role of FLN Content in Hindi?

The Multifaceted Role of FLN Content in Hindi isn't just about the basics – it's the cornerstone for comprehensive learning and growth of children. Some roles of FLN Content in Hindi are Cognitive Development that builds a strong mental framework, Social and social-emotional development that fosters a sense of belonging, academic growth to springboard for learning, and beyond the classroom it fosters a lifelong love for Hindi language. By nurturing cognitive, social-emotional, and academic growth, ensures smooth and enjoyable educational journey



2. Where to Find FLN Content in Hindi?

There are many FLN content providers in India. If you are looking for the name, it could be iPrep by iDream Education. It offers FLN content in Hindi, aligned with NCF and NCERT guidelines. Additionally, government platforms like DIKSHA and CIET NCERT also host relevant courses.



Ayushi Agarwal is an Assistant Manager - Marketing & Content Writing at iDream Education. With 7+ years of writing, her focus has shifted passionately to education over the past two years. Her dedication lies in researching and crafting content around solutions that address learning gaps, drive sustainable digital learning programs, empower last-mile learners, and ensure educational access for all. This commitment makes her work a valuable asset for social sector leaders seeking to drive change.

ayushi@idreameducation.org

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