Pre-School | Step Two | Early Development Series | Pencil Control, Tracing and Patterns | Activity Based Worksheets

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“Place your order today and receive your printed workbook swiftly! Be amazed as these workbooks turn study time into your child’s favorite playtime!”

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key2practice is an Indian brand that offers homeschooling materials in the form of workbooks for various academic subjects such as Hindi, English, and Mathematics. The workbooks are created by experts in their respective fields to ensure accurate and high-quality learning materials for students. It is considered India’s top homeschooling brand.

We believe in the social-emotional learning of a child. However, when children spend time on tuition and they are left with significantly less time for themselves to play n do social interactions, the pressure of studying n performance gradually takes away the interest in learning. All of this puts a mental drain on both parents and children.

These workbooks will help to learn the concepts in a fun way. In addition, the child will learn to do self-study. It requires, on average, only 20 minutes to solve a worksheet.

We wish your child a Happy Learning Experience!

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How to Use?
  • It is good enough to let your child attempt only one sheet in a day otherwise he will get overwhelmed and confused.
  • The child to attempt the worksheet in sequence i.e. worksheet no1 first and no2 next as the worksheets are designed from easy to difficult and basic to higher.
  • Each worksheet has a solved example. Help child understand the concept. from the solved example before start doing the worksheet.
  • Guide your child to match answer from answer sheet given in the end of the worksheet package.
  • Some worksheets have foot notes. Help your child go through them for better understanding.
  • The worksheets are black and white. Engage your child to color these. They will find it more interesting.