Stemkit Learn ABC to Z – Learn to write alphabets with Tracing, Colouring and Stickering Activity Workbooks for 3 and 4 year olds 16 workbook A5 size�Workbook [Workbook] Stemkit Education (OPC) Pvt Ltd

Gift your child the learning edge with scientifically designed easy-to-learn-with-minimal-guidance, activity-oriented fun-workbooks. Learn A to Z workbooks is a series of 16 books, where kids learn how to write A to Z through various enjoyable and engaging, easy-to-understand activities. The series contains tracing activity, colouring books and sticker-activity books. The A5 size of workbooks is customized so that kids are able to handle it well. Contains both black and white, and colour books. These workbooks are designed for first timers learning alphabets, typically for 3-4 year olds. Start with doodling and go on to tracing alphabets and learn with characters, objects and animals. Tracing, Colouring and Stickering activities are engaging and fun for kids, making it even more interesting. Each alphabet has 4 liner practice so kids are introduced to a sense of proportion as we go along. If you are a teacher or a tutor, this set of workbooks is for you. Ideally paced, each workbook is structured to be different and can be covered independently, in order. This set of books is easy to self-learn for children and requires minimal guidance from parents and teachers. Stemkit books are superior, and have scientifically devised incremental concept structure which gradually builds concepts and repeats questions on previously learnt concepts to revise concepts while giving ample practice for current concepts. And better in quality of print and paper. Simple and easy to understand, in line with curriculums of ICSE, CBSE and State Boards. It is very easy to teach with these books as each book is independent and can be taught independently. The books build confidence, and bring-up the child to handle questions that have difficulty level of Olympiads as well. Real life application of concepts holds utmost value, and we include word based questions or stories (not relevant to this set as the children are at initial point of their journey) as well in most sets so the student un