Fundoo Class

Pre Writing Skills For Early Learners (Age 2.5 years-3.5 years)

Multi-day class

Knowledge about prewriting skills and how to develop the scope of writing. We will focus on prewriting strokes: straight lines in various directions and circular strokes. Each class will have some DIY activities that will help the learner strengthen their fine motor skills.

Sanjana Khemka

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4 Weeks,2x a Week

How does a Multi-Day Course work?

A Multi-Day Course meets multiple times over one or more weeks. Learners join the teacher in live video chat sessions at scheduled times. Outside of these sessions, they can take part in a classroom discussion group and message the teacher directly. Longer courses create more opportunities: real-time activities, engaging projects, and interaction with diverse classmates from other states and countries.
30 Minutes Class Duration
1-6 Kids Class Size
Ages 2.5-3.5 Age Range
Rs. 674 Total* Price Per Learner (Rs)

Available Times

Sat, May 29 - Jun 23

4 Weeks,2x a Week
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

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Class Experience

What are Pre-Writing Skills?

Pre-writing skills or handwriting readiness involves practicing writing different shapes and fine motor skill development. Children move along a progression of learning how to make marks on paper. At first, children begin to scribble on paper. Then children learn to make marks on paper along a timeline starting at around 2 years of age:

  • vertical lines
  • horizontal lines
  • circle
  • plus sign
  • square
  • diagonal lines
  • X
  • triangle (about 5 years+)

Pre-writing skills are the fundamental skills children need to develop before they are able to write. These skills contribute to the child's ability to hold and use a pencil, and the ability to draw, write, copy, and colour.

Why are Pre-Writing Skills Important?

Pre-writing skills are the building blocks for efficient handwriting. Research indicates the following:

  • early fine motor writing skills are an important school readiness skill associated with later academic success.
  • writing by hand in the early years helps to support the development of reading skills.
  • kindergartner’s visual-motor integration skills predict achievement in reading, math, writing and spelling.


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Educational qualification: MSc in Child and Adolescent Mental Health. Over 4 years of working with kids in school and home setup.

Thick Markers, Crayons, Small pencils, Chalk, Paper. Additional materials will be disclosed before the class.

Curated worksheet bundle.


Little ones will develop motor coordination skills that will enhance prewriting skills.

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the end of the class, the learner will be able to make stronger and bolder strokes by themselves.

Please assist the student while the class is on. Only prompts to be provided. No handholding or doing the work for them. We are working on a skill that develops naturally with practice, please do not aim for perfection.


Sanjana Khemka

1 completed classes

About Me

I am Sanjana Khemka, an expert in early childhood learning with an MSc in Child Psychology from UCL (London). I specialize in creating child-specific activities and content to develop skills in three important spheres of learning: academic, behavioral, and socio-emotional. To summarize a couple of my work experience: I worked with a startup, Starlit in India where I was involved with children with special needs providing 1:1 sessions at home and at school. That has been the most enriching and self-rewarding experience for me. Further, I moved towards working in an early education center, Bright Horizons, New York, to further learn about curriculum development and thereby planning a comprehensive growth plan for 13 kids. I strongly believe that learning should be made fun and experiential. That’s exactly what we plan to achieve through these classes. We will focus on learning in the most easy and adaptive way such that they can be replicated at home. Stay tuned and enroll for some exciting classes with me.
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charu on May 28
It was a very good. My daughter felt interested first time in any class.

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