The Culture Tree provides South Asian themed educational and cultural programs that enrich the lives of children and their families and promotes a deeper connection with their roots and the world around them.
We are partnering with the Children’s Museum Manhattan on their brand new Indian Arts Series. This program series features hands-on workshops and performances with Indian American artists, chefs, dancers and creatives whose work draws upon the personal stories, traditions, inspirations, and beauty of India.
Intermediate Hindi, Sundays at 10am
Introductory Hindi, Sundays at 10am
Intro + Hindi, Tuesdays at 4pm
Private and Afterschool classes available
Introductory Urdu, Sundays at 9am, UES
Introductory Urdu, Saturdays at 10am, UWS
Private and Afterschool classes available upon request
Here is article published by Brown Girl Magazine and written by our Founder Anu Sehgal, on 4 Ways to Pass on Cultural Traditions to Children
"My sons have really enjoyed this program. They have begun to learn vital skills in order to be effective communicators. The teachers were very patient, supportive and encouraging. I would highly recommend this class to anyone looking to improving their children's presentation and communication skills."
"Dilan truly enjoyed the Public Communications class. He learned a lot of wonderful skills and the carryover, homework, and group and individual participation was carefully implemented. He has a developed a good early foundation of life skills as a result."
"It's been amazing to converse in Hindi with my daughter and listen to her sing Hindi songs. A big thanks to Anu for putting so much thought and care into the curriculum."
"My son was able to communicate in Hindi with his Grandfather, that was a magic moment for them both:)"
"This class is a great opportunity for our kids to learn Hindi and the culture. Every week my kids (5 year old) are very excited to come to the class. The teachers are very dedicated and great with the kids."
"Our son (age 5) is an enthusiastic participant of this class. The teachers do a great job of making the class interactive and fun through song and games, while simultaneously packing in a lot of learning! He comes home wanting to practice his writing and slipping Hindi words into our conversations."
Pratham is one of the largest non-governmental organization providing quality education to underprivileged children of India. Pratham’s mission is “Every Child in School and Learning Well.”
We support Pratham by leading their Readathon program in the tri-state area (NY, NJ, CT):
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