‘Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world’- This quote by Nelson Mandela remains one of the most relevant in India today with the foundation of every state being the education of its youth. With the advent of the digital era, we cannot ignore the power that digital learning can give the youth today to change the world positively, and this is what Grade1to6.com aims to do.
Learning through structured, comprehensive worksheets is one key way to develop children’s understanding of subject matter, and the educational website Grade1to6.com is meant for parents, teachers, and students in grade 1 to 6 all over the world, offering thousands of printable work sheets. The worksheets focus to strengthen the fundamentals and basics in subjects like Mathematics, English, Science, Activities and GK, with a complete curriculum covering US, UK, Singapore, IB, ICSE, CBSE and states board syllabus of most states, with contents added regularly.
Over 5000 worksheets in Grade1to6.com are organized grade wise in a quick easy and cost effective way giving working parents and busy teachers easy access to global contents. The content of the aesthetically designed sheets was developed by a team of enthusiastic, working professionals with the mission to encourage children to practice more worksheets to give them clear and sound understanding of the subject.
For just Rs 1000 / 15 USD per year, parents, teachers, and children are granted access to the entire website. The content will be completely free for all state and central government schools in India, Australia, America and the world at large, once the respective government or ministry writing to us expressing their willingness to become part of this.
“Children will love this and it will be a very big boost to every student who wants to access global content in worksheets. I hope every teacher and parent grabs this opportunity,” says Balaji V, a seasoned media professional who has worked with publications including the International New York Times and The Times of India and the brain behind Grade1to6.com. The project has also collaborated with Akshayapatra, the free midday meal scheme that caters to over 1.6 million children every day in over 13,000 government schools in India.