How do I get my child/children to eat healthier?

This is one of the most common questions that parents ask. If not, it should be on your mind.

Student life is the busiest part of a child’s existence, and unfortunately the last thing on a child’s mind is healthy eating! Children hardly pay attention to the food they eat or how healthy it is, and usually they just eat what comes their way without paying attention to the ingredients and impact on their health.

Unhealthy food leads to problems such as obesity, hormonal problems, vitamin deficiencies, and lowered immunity. This brings to mind the old adage – ‘a healthy mind exists in a healthy body’. When physical health is affected, the child’s concentration and performance in school is also affected. These are dire consequences which loom large in front of our children. Luckily, they can be prevented through healthy eating.

Tips for Students to Practise Healthy Eating

Here are some healthy food tips to make students eat healthily and heartily.

1.  Avoid Junk Food

This is the first and biggest healthy food tip. Your child may not know it, but junk food is only going to jeopardize their health in the future.

Junk food, instant food, processed food, and packaged food are all types of food that children are familiar with in today’s world.

Some examples of popular junk food are chips, soda, biscuits, french fries, ice cream, chocolate bars, pizza, and cake. These all taste good, but they also damage the body.

The word ‘junk’ itself refers to something that is trash, worthless, or provides no benefit, hence the term ‘junk food’. So, avoid junk food and cut down on snacks.

2. Have a Colorful Spread

Everyone loves colorful things. On a plate, food items of different colors only serve to entice your palate. You can use this to your advantage because vegetables are colorful too. Orange carrots, green peas, yellow melons, red tomatoes, purple eggplants,  pink onions, white cauliflowers, green broccoli…the list is endless.

Choose an assortment of vegetables or fruits in various colors and serve them on your child’s plate. They will find the dish mouth-watering and improve their health at the same time. Vegetables offer us ample antioxidants to fight diseases and stay healthy. Such a mixed variety of vegetables will provide a balance of all nutrients. Swap out the boring and bland dishes for something colorful, appetizing, and healthy.

3. Feast on Fiber

To maintain the correct weight and shapely figure, children must be more diet conscious. You need to incorporate high fiber food into your child’s diet.

Adding fiber to your child’s diet will improve digestion, metabolism, and appetite. It also reduces glucose and cholesterol levels. Eat a lot of whole grains and include oatmeal or whole wheat bread to your breakfast.

If they aren’t eating a whole and hearty breakfast already, now is the time to start. Nuts, beans, legumes, and whole grains provide the required fiber for any growing child’s diet.

4. Limit Fat Intake

Excess fat intake leads to obesity in children. Obesity makes children sluggish and they find it difficult to focus in class as well. To avoid this, cut down on fats like the ghee on your roti and parathas, oily poori, cheese spread on the bread, etc. Stop buying fatty junk food like pizzas and burgers frequently as they make your child put on weight.

Roadside food such as samosas and bhajis are often dipped in massive amounts of oil and therefore the intake should be reduced.

Avoid using unhealthy fats in your diet. These bad fats are obtained from animals and are derived from pork, beef, butter, milk or cream.

Not all fat is bad and there are good fats as well.  Use only plant-based oils which have good fats like olive oil, sunflower oil, sesame oil, etc. when you cook. Fish oil is rich in Omega-3 and can also be used in the diet. Always read the product labels to make sure nothing your child is allergic to or shouldn’t eat is contained within the food.

5. Save On Sugar

Children love eating sweet things and most children have a sweet tooth. Sweets, candies, chocolates, ice creams, pastries, cakes, and desserts all taste great. However, too much sugar is not healthy and leads to weight gain. So substitute fruits instead of candy, yoghurt instead of chocolate, wheat bread over white bread, etc.

The changes should be gradual. For example, if your child likes drinking a lot of Pepsi or Coca Cola soda, first replace this with juice. Then, make your own fresh fruit juice as a replacement, and so on. Sugarless bubblegum can be swapped in for real gum and gives children something to chew on for more than just a few seconds. Sugar itself has substitutes like Stevia.

Fruits are great because they taste sweet but are healthier than cake or ice cream. The next time you visit the store, get more grapes, apples, bananas, and oranges to improve your child’s health.

6. Shrink the Salt

Although salt is generally considered better than sugar, too much of it is still bad. This is why food with high salt content is a no-no for your child.

Processed food and snacks are rich in salt and high sodium, and a majority of salt comes from them. They can cause high blood pressure at a very young age. So, slow down with eating processed food such as french fries, chips, pizza, fried food, tinned food, etc. as they have high levels of sodium.

A lot of store-bought food and meat are high in salt content. Instead, prepare fresh food at home and hold the salt. You can also try baking food instead of frying it as it is a healthier alternative.

Slowly reduce the amount of salt you add to your child’s food and take the salt off the kitchen table.  If you want your child to eat healthier, it’s time for a low sodium diet

7. Watch Your Child’s Eating Style & Make Changes

The way you eat determines the way you look and live. Pay more attention to what your child eats during the day. They might be snacking on a packet of chips or guzzling down some soda without you realizing it.

It is impossible to keep track of what your child eats all the time, but you can still make some changes to their eating style.

  • Have them eat fewer portions or multiple small meals instead of one heavy meal. Most experts advise eating 5 small meals a day instead of 3 large ones.
  • Fill their plate with more vegetables and food rich in protein and nutrients.
  • If your child eats too much, one tip is to use smaller plates than a large one to give the impression they are eating more. Do the reverse if they eat too too little. This is a psychological trick.
  • Advise your child to eat slowly and taking time to chew the meal. This ensures that the food gets digested properly.
  • Turn off the TV, computer, mobile, and other electronics while eating. While looking at these screens, we tend to eat more and more food without realizing it. Nothing should distract them while they are having food.
  • Ask your child to drink lots of water. It helps them stay hydrated and provides energy. It also fills up their stomach so they can eat less.

8. Eat Healthy

The last thing is to eat healthy food. Get rid of the fattening junk food and switch them for healthy nuts, dried fruits, salads, grains, and soup.

Avoid purchasing too much junk food and unhealthy food. Instead, replace them with healthier alternatives that taste good while still providing a benefit to your child.

As grownups, it is up to us to set a good example for younger ones and therefore we should make it a point to follow these rules ourselves first.

The move to eating healthier won’t happen overnight. It takes time. However, it is worth it.

Take care of your body when you are young and your body will take care of you when you are old.

Those are the 8 food tips to help your child lead a healthier lifestyle.

Health & Studies

Eating healthy will not only make your child healthier, but it will also sharpen their brain  and enhance their academic focus and concentration.

At LetsPractise, we are fully committed to a healthier and better student body.

Children are the future, and we want to help them out any way we can.

That’s why we have prepared practise test sheets and worksheets for school students. Just like fruits and vegetables enrich the body, our practise papers enrich the brain. It’s time to make your brain healthy.

These papers are for the CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE, SSC, and State Boards. They are on a variety of subjects, such as Mathematics, Science, and Languages. You can view our plans and see for yourself. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the LetsPractise team.

Now, that’s some food for thought!

Make your child practise healthy eating using the above tips and make way for a healthy student life!

A New Year ushers in hope for a new beginning and a fresh start. Most people make New Year resolutions to mend their ways, learn new things and improve themselves.

Both parents and children need to look back at the past year’s experiences and decide what changes have to be made to work towards a better future. This involves cooperation and participation from both parents and children to transform the resolutions to reality.

Top 10 Resolutions for 2019

Here are a total of 10 resolutions for both parents and children to accomplish in 2019.

Top Five 2019 Resolutions for Parents

The adults are up first. Here are 5 goals for parents to strive for this New Year.

1. Eating Together

This is a big one. Nowadays, the dining table is just an idle piece of furniture. Parents must make it the family hangout spot by eating together with their children at least once a day. Both parents and children must have at least breakfast or dinner together in order to bond within the family. Mobiles, laptops, TV, and other electronics should be avoided.

These family moments must be spent in happiness with healthy conversation and food as supplements. Don’t start any arguments, quarrels and controversies, so avoid talking about religion or politics. Even busy working parents or top executives must realize the importance of the saying “a family which eats together, stays together”. Put eating together on top of the agenda for 2019.

2. Reduce Gadget Time

Parents often chide their children for always using their mobiles or playing online games, but they themselves keep chatting on Whatsapp or Facebook! This is rather ironic and hypocritical. Using electronics gadgets non-stop is a bad example for your children.

Parents must lead by example and spend time at home doing quality work without electronics, like reading the newspaper, cleaning, gardening etc. Gadget time must be restricted in the morning and late evenings for all at home in this New Year 2019.

3. Family Meetings

Parents often treat children as babies and do not involve them even in any family -related matters. In fact, most of the decisions about the children like the coaching classes they attend, the hobbies they want to pursue, subjects to take, etc are often taken by parents themselves.

This New Year, in 2019, parents must have family meetings to discuss key issues. Take time to talk to the child and involve children in these meetings. Take their opinions into account before finalizing the decision. This gives the children a feeling of responsibility as well as an opportunity to express their views.

4. Reduce and Recycle

In this New Year, parents and children can take this productive decision of reducing and recycling waste. The government has already banned plastic bags in some Indian states. Saying ” no” to plastic bags and organic recycling should be made part of the family agenda for 2019.

5. Spend Quality Time With Children

These days, parents are spending a lesser amount of time with their children. The time they do spend with their children is often used for reviewing their performance, giving long lectures on the importance of discipline or good marks, or finding fault with their behavior.

This New Year 2019, parents must make a change to stop this blame game and start spending more quality time with children. Play games or sports with children, help them with their homework, talk about their day, and discuss their problems. All these can yield fruitful results for both sides without toxicity.

Speaking of children…

Top Five 2019 Resolutions for Children

Now, on to the top 5 goals for children to achieve for this New Year.

1. Learn Something New

Children can take the initiative in 2019, of learning something new, such as a new hobby, art, craft, language etc. This will help them to refresh their mind and alleviate academic stress.

Children don’t have to learn something new every day, but expanding knowledge beyond just what school teaches is important. Parents must cooperate and allow children to pursue their interests in 2019.

2. Avoid Junk Food

Staying healthy must be the top priority for children in 2019. Students tend to become overweight when they live a sedentary lifestyle. This means just sitting around at home watching TV or their mobile while stuffing themselves with chips, sweets, snacks, soda, etc.

Fat and oil should be kept to a minimum this year. Children must take an oath to avoid junk food and eat only homemade healthy food. Exercising daily must also become the prime focus for children in 2019.

3. Finish Tasks on Time

It’s time to say “no” to procrastination as tomorrow never comes. Stop putting of tasks and delaying them. No more excuses. Children must make a commitment in 2019 to finish tasks on time, whether it is for the home, the school, tuition, whatever.

It’s easy to postpone tasks but it has to be done eventually, so why not now? Get it over with. Get motivated, get up off the sofa, and just do it! Besides, punctuality and discipline will help in the long run to achieve better goals.

4. Help Parents

Just as parents should take time to help their children, the inverse also applies. Children must understand that their parents care for them most. They must learn to obey them and also help them in their daily chores. Stop with the petty arguments, bickering, and infighting in 2019.

Helping parents makes children understand their responsibilities and burdens. Above all, children learn to respect parents more when they help them. A good parent-child relationship is critical, so make it a top priority this New Year.

5. Study Harder and Smarter

Children must resolve focus on their academics. They must identify their weaknesses and work harder to correct them. It’s not just about working hard, but smart as well. The best students are those who imbibe the most amount of knowledge and information in the least amount of time. Rather than just memorizing and regurgitating facts, students should study to learn new things for this New Year.

They can make use of online practice learning forums to clarify their doubts, write sample tests and work out problems.

Sites such as LetsPractise can also come in handy.

We have a lot of practise papers and test sheets to help facilitate learning. LetsPractise serves students from multiple Boards for first standard all the way through the tenth standard. Just take a look at our plans and see for yourself. You can always contact us with any questions, doubts, or clarifications.

New Year Resolutions are made easily and forgotten quickly too. Make this time different. In 2019, both parents and children must set their own goals and resolve to adhere to them strictly. Mutual monitoring can instill a better sense of commitment among parents and children to follow their New Year resolutions meticulously.

Birthdays are the biggest time in a child’s life. Children love birthdays for numerous reasons. Birthdays have parties, friends, cake, gifts, and more!

Children also love birthdays because it is only during birthdays that they are given extra freedom and privileges like inviting friends over, wearing brand new clothes, playing all day long, and staying up late, which they otherwise can’t!

10 Ways to Make Your Child’s Birthday Extra Special

What can you do to make your child’s birthday extra special? Let’s find out!

1. A Big Surprise

You can plan a big surprise to make this birthday unforgettable. First, wait for them to go to bed the day before. During the night, put up some balloons and streamers in your child’s bedroom or in a spare room where you plan to hold the surprise event. Keep a tiny cake and candles ready at the stroke of midnight, wake up your child and surprise him/her by singing “Happy Birthday”. Cut the cake and celebrate this memorable birthday!

2. Shoutout

Shout out “It’s my kid’s birthday!” loud and clear to all near and dear. Write “Happy birthday,  (name)….” on your car for all to see. Stick signs that scream “Happy Birthday!” outside your house. Wear party hats at the breakfast table. Make something special for breakfast. Decorate your house with balloons and lights. It only comes once a year, so why not go all out and make it as grand as possible? Your child is sure to be blown away. Wow, what a birthday it will be!

3. Celebrate at Home

Home is where the heart is. Let your child realize this and spend his birthday entirely at home with his family. Cook all the goodies he/she likes. Watch their favorite movies and play games. There’s no place like home. Spend this birthday at home to make it extra special. It’s home sweet home after all.

4. Garden Party

Instead of having an indoor party, try going outside for a change. If you have a garden, you can organize a birthday party in it, invite friends to a nearby park for a birthday picnic. You get great scenery with flowers, trees, and fresh air. Cut the cake and let the kids eat outside. They can then play games, enjoy nature, and romp around in the pleasant natural ambience. It also encourages children to play outside and be active instead of sitting indoors playing videos or eating junk food.

5. Restaurant Party

Organize a birthday party at their favorite restaurant, be it Indian or Italian. If you inform the restaurant beforehand, they can make arrangements and make the day extra special. You can even invite friends and family over to celebrate. Your kid will never forget this special birthday with friends, family, and favorite food.

6. Television Greeting

Nowadays, there are a dozen TV channels that have special “kiddie” programs, and especially ones with birthday greetings. You can get your special birthday message aired on one of these programmes. Ask your relatives and your child’s close friends to join in on wishing a happy birthday. Your child will love to hear his/ her name aired on TV with a birthday message and will never forget this birthday. This is a grand shout out and sure to surprise them.

7. Adventure Time

Let this birthday be thrilling and adventurous for your child. Plan a trip to a jungle resort with a wild safari or a trek up the mountains with cake-cutting when you reach the top. If this is not possible, organize a birthday party at a nearby theme park where the kids can have lots of thrilling fun. Water park, beach, or the zoo are all fun places to go for your child’s birthday and make it extra special.

8. Help the Less Fortunate

Teach your child the joy of giving. Organize his/her birthday party at an old age home where he/she will receive the blessing of all elders. Or, they can spend the day at an orphanage with less-fortunate children distributing sweets and gifts. Teach your child to find happiness in being charitable and caring for others. It also makes them grateful for what they have. Who knows? They may also meet some new friends.

9. Meet Icon/Role Model

If it’s possible, take your kid to meet your child’s role model. it could be anybody from his class teacher, football coach, actors, or music star. Even if you cannot arrange a meeting with the celebrity, take your child on a trip to that celebrity’s film or music event to make his birthday special.

10. Create a Birthday Wall

After the birthday, fix a plywood board on your child’s bedroom wall and create a birthday wall. Pin up pictures of this year’s birthday events and get everyone to sign their greeting messages on this birthday wall. this will create an everlasting memory of this year’s birthday.

Those were the ten ways how you can make your son or daughter have the best birthday ever.

Birthdays are the best days for children. Make them extra special with a little care, thought and planning. Allow your child to cherish his/her special birthday next year (2019) for years to come.

Be on the lookout for such useful tips from our practice-learning site, “LetsPractise

Come December, children are all super-excited as Christmas is here. That means cake, gifts, and of course, Santa Claus.

Children love to celebrate this festival as it involves sharing and caring for the people you love. Children love Christmas mostly for the gifts they exchange and the surprises that Santa leaves them.

Christmastime is a busy time for kids. They have to decorate the Christmas tree, select gifts for their family and friends, write Christmas cards, and more. But the best part of Christmas lies when children make gifts all by themselves for their friends and relatives. Let us help children makes some easy and fun gifts for Christmas.

Easy and Fun Christmas Gifts That Children Can Make

  1. Shell Photo Frames

Shell Photo frames are easily-crafted elegant gifts that children can make to gift their parents or friends. Anyone would love to receive this useful gift crafted by a child with such artistry and affection. Children can make these photo frames with the following readily-available items.

Items required

  • Wooden photo frame
  • Shells, pebbles, beads, or feathers
  • Canvas
  • Crafting glue


Take the wooden frame and mount the canvas at its back and glue it on. Now take the shells, beads or pebbles. Arrange them in a nice pattern around the frame. You can even paint the shells or pebbles if you like. Use your creativity to arrange the shells or beads and glue them on, one by one. Your creative and colourful shell or Bead Photo Frame is ready. gift it to your loved ones and watch them jump with joy on receiving this innovative Christmas gift.

  1. Beaded Keychain

Want to gift Daddy, Grandpa, or your brother a trendy handmade Christmas gift? Then make this beaded key chain all by yourself and surprise them with this artistic gift.

Items required

  • Coloured yarn or twine
  • Keychain rings
  • Coloured beads
  • Tassels or Christmas bells


Take  one end of the thick twine or yarn and twist it around the keychain ring and secure it with a knot. at the other free end, insert beads one by one into the twine string as long as you like. Finally, attach a tassel or Christmas bell at the end. There, your cute little-beaded Keychain is ready in no time. Gift this perfect gift for Christmas to your parents, grandparents or friends and watch them use it lovingly each day proudly.

  1. Hand Printed Coffee Mugs

Mummy and Daddy love their cup of coffee. Why not gift them a coffee mug, especially hand printed by you. Let’s do it!

Items required

  • Plain coffee mug
  • Permanent markers
  • Glitters
  • Glue


Take a plain coffee mug. Decide what message you want to inscribe on the mug. You can print messages like ” I love you Mom” or “Merry Christmas” on the mug. Write the message with heart, bell or balloon images in between, using permanent markers. Use glitters on the hearts and stick them with glue to give a special effect. Offer this personalized Christmas gift to your parent and watch them beam with pride.

  1. Spoon Christmas Tree

It’s Christmas time and we need a tree. Make your own Christmas tree with some plastic spoons. How to do It? Take a look.

Items required

  • Birthday cap or Paper clown cap
  • Plastic spoons – 2 dozens
  • Plastic spray paint – green colour
  • Scissors
  • Crafting glue


Take the plastic spoons and cut off the handles using scissors. Now take the paper cone and keep it upright. Start sticking the spoon pieces from the bottom to the top with glue. Fix the spoon ladles in alternate lines without any gap. Now pain them all in green colour. Sprinkle some white birthday cake spray on top for a snow effect. Your Christmas tree is ready and can b gifted to your family or friends.

  1. Christmas Ring

Christmas rings with green moss and ribbons are hung on Christmas trees. Make these lovely Christmas ornaments at home using just pasta! Unbelievable? Just try!

Items required

  • Wooden embroidery ring
  • Raw Pasta shells
  • Green coloured  plastic spray paint
  • A red ribbon tied as a bow
  • Crafting glue


Take the wooden embroidery ring. Start pasting the pasta shells onto the ring with glue leaving some space at the top for the red ribbon bow. Paint the dried pasta shells in green colour. Attach the ribbon bow at the top. Now your Christmas ring is ready. Hang it on your Christmas tree or gift it your friends. They will simply love this creative gift.

Making Christmas gifts requires only some skill and practice. Learn more such useful tips from our practice learning site to upgrade your creative and scholastic skills.

Enjoy your Christmas with these DIY gifts that you can make by yourself and savour the spirit of Xmas. You can use them for New Year and other holidays as well.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from LetsPractise!


Education isn’t something that is left for schools and educational institutions to handle. There is often a misconception that academic learning is something that should be handled only during school hours or by teachers and as a result, most parents refrain from getting involved with their child’s academic affairs.

It is crucial for parents to understand that the child needs an all-around support system both at home and school. Parents play the most important role in a child’s education, performance, and abilities. More than students being educated academically, parents need extensive training on how to do their part by handling and encouraging learning at home and how they could offer their support.

A few educational institutions have always insisted on parent involvement but a simple act of getting all the parents under the same roof has always been a task. But if you are here reading this article you are one step ahead of the other parents, consciously making an effort to be a better part of your child’s education.

1. Identify Their Learning Ability

Parents, get this right. Academic excellence doesn’t necessarily mean good grades and top ranks. Education is about the learning process and not the end results. Therefore, if your kid isn’t a top performer, do not penalize him or her for being so. Instead, take a few minutes to evaluate their learning difficulties, and develop ways to put an end to it and improve their ability to learn. Performance can be dealt with at a later stage. Embrace your child’s individualism; understand the kind of learning he responds to. Have a discussion with his teacher as they are the experts in identifying the students learning abilities and the methods they are inclined to.

2. Establish a Routine

Discipline is the key to organized and effective living. We are creatures of habit and in order to incorporate routine into your child’s life. Establish a set routine and create a schedule with time for learning and time for play. Weekday and weekend schedules will be different. Doing this will create a pattern.  Also, avoid changing plans as much as possible. This gives your child the ability to prioritize based on the importance of the task at hand while also avoid the unnecessary morning hassle of missing school.

3. Encourage Leisure Reading

For a child, spending time with books other than just their school textbooks has its own perks. This is a great tactic as children should not associate books with school but instead with learning. Learning should be made pleasurable and this can only be done with the assistance of parents. Children tend to imitate an adults behavior and there is nothing like setting a good example that leisure reading is a necessary part of life. Ask your child to read novels, short stories, picture books, whatever. It is also better than playing with a computer or phone all night.

4. Be Present

For all those plays, get-together, sports events, PTA meetings, and competitions, be present. This is the best way to show your kids that you are interested in their activities and willingly playing an active role in their academic life. Most parents are prone to disappointment when their kids don’t finish at top of the line. This is the opportunity the parent has to teach the child that winning is the least important factor of an event and emphasis on the fact that they had participated and gave it their best shot. This doesn’t necessarily mean the child should be coddled at all times, but be open at giving them feedback in order to allow them to perform better.

5. The Exam Fever

Exam time is when your child puts all that they had learned to use and what they really need at this point is your full support. Cut off all distractions and celebrations that are nearing and make your home a safe place to learn. Peace and quiet create the best learning atmosphere. Unfortunately, parents often confuse support with pressure and end up stressing the child out instead of helping. Keep calm and help them stay calm as well.

6. Don’t Forget to Ask

Your child may need help in something and it is up to you to find out. However, don’t just pounce on them with your ideas and start imposing your views. If you see them struggling with a project or an assignment, always ask if they are in need of your assistance. When you do so, they are more open and receptive to your ideas and your help is welcomed. You can guide them and assist with the difficult aspects of subjects.

7. Set An example

Children often mimic their parents so it is ideal for you as a parent to be a role model. In your pursuit to support your child in his studies, you need to be consistent. Slacking from your end would only mean that you are alright with the fact that your child is slacking and is inconsistent in his studies as well. Therefore, portray consistency, following of routine and be disciplined and you would see that your child will imitate the same behavior of consistency, routine and discipline in his studies as well.

8. Build a Rapport

Having a good rapport with your child as well as their teacher is especially important. It is good to let your child know that you have a positive and open relationship with their educator. Be sure to attend parent-teacher meetings so you can learn more. This removes the gap between the two most important individuals in your child’s academic life. The teachers let you know how your child is doing in class, and also about their behavior so you can take further action if necessary.

9. After-School Ritual

In homes that have working parents, the child is often left to fend for themselves after school hours. We know that you are busy with work, news, and other activities, but every parent should take time out of the day to help their child.

In order to have your child feel heard and cared for, make sure you have a minute discussion of their day. Talk about their accomplishments, mistakes and lessons learned for the day. A simple “what did you learn in school today?” shows that you care about their academics and also tests their attentiveness in class.

Support Your Child With LetsPractise

Childhood is the most important phase and what happens in childhood will ripple on for the rest of their life. It’s time to take a serious interest in it.

Supporting your child in studies isn’t something that happens overnight. It is not magic, but rather a gradual progression that takes place and the key to successful support is consistency. Keep the interest going over a period of time and you will notice a major difference in your child’s behavior.

One great tactic is to use supplementary tools such as practice papers and mock tests to help your child conquer difficult subjects and master average ones.

Maths, science, history, English, Hindi, take your pick. From 3rd to 9th and CBSE to State Board, we have it all. Talk to us now or take a look at our pricing plans yourself for more information.

It’s never too late to start supporting your child, so do it now!