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India's only English course based on real world situations!

Live online classes for age 8-14 years

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We empower your child to

Become a Great Orator

Have you heard Obama talk? Everyone loves & respects a great public-speaker.

Excel in Career

Studies suggests: 80% of success comes from soft-skills (communication, articulation, etc) & 20% from hard-skills (coding, engineering, etc).

Crack Dream College

Many colleges abroad provide scholarship to students based on their language capabilities.

Face the Real World

Real world is tough. Negotiation & argument handling skills are a necessity.

Our Syllabus
Class 3 - 4
Class 5 - 6
Class 7 - 8
Story Telling
(session 1)

Prepare your characters and the plot. Present your story with appropriate voice, pacing, and engaging body language!


Aim: Articulation, Creative Ability

Be a Reporter
(session 2)

Choose your news headline, create a script, plan it well, and deliver your video news report with gusto! Regale your audience!


Aim: Public Speaking

Taboo
(session 3)

Describe the word allotted to you without mentioning the word itself or related words. You need to be smart to define it, okay?


Aim: Vocab

Idioms through Emojis
(session 4)

Let's check your knowledge of idioms by examining the combination of emojis. You might have to wrack your brains for that!


Aim: Vocab

Self-Esteem & Body Image
(session 5)

Learn about self-esteem and body image problems faced by people. Read about personalities who have faced similar problems and have succeeded in life. Get started on your path to success!


Aim: Health, Perseverance

Smart Goals
(session 6)

Learn about different values that are key to a successful life. List aspects of goal setting, inculcate a positive mindset, and create smart goals for yourself! Be ambitious!


Aim: Perseverance

Greed & Jealousy
(session 7)

Examine greed, jealousy, and other emotions through different stories, discussions, and activities. Learn about how you can help yourself and others by dealing with these emotions. Grow up to be a mature individual!


Aim: Morals & Ethics

Anti-Bullying Brigade
(session 8)

Examine true/false statements about bulling and discuss its various aspects. Identify how help can be provided to victims of bullying. Make an anti-bullying poster to spread awareness about the same!


Aim: Bullying

Role Models
(session 9)

Talk about different professionals and their representation as role models in society. Do you want to be a role model like them?


Aim: Leadership Skills

Managing Time
(session 10)

Learn about the Pomodoro technique of managing time efficiently. Examine ways in which the technique can be applied to your life and can make you an efficient leader!


Aim: Leadership Skills

Think before you act!
(session 11)

Considering the consequences of your action makes you a wise leader. Analyse situations, their causes, and consequences, and learn to diffuse them. Self-control is the key!


Aim: Leadership Skills

An Apology
(session 12)

Learn to identify problems, analyse their causes and consequences, and diffuse them. Acquire expert problem-solving skills to deal with real-life issues.


Aim: Problem Solving

Accept and Decline
(session 13)

Learn to participate in problem-solving situations by offering help, requesting, accepting help, and other tactics. Roleplay simulated situations and diffuse conflicts to the best of your ability!


Aim: Problem Solving

Let's Limerick
(session 14)

Analyse the structure, content, and style of limericks. Create your limerick with a twist!


Aim: Articulation

Self-Control
(session 15)

Learn about self-control and the implications of acting before you think. Resolve situations that might arise from impulsive actions!


Aim: Perseverance

Travel brochure
(session 16)

Look at different travel brochures, their recommendations, and other key details. Research on your next destination using brochures and choose the best destination! Bon voyage!


Aim: Decision Making

Making a Movie
(session 17)

Script your movie by deciding on the genre, characters, actors, their characteristics, the plotline, and much more… Be the director you are destined to be!


Aim: Creative Thinking

News v/s Fake News
(session 18)

Differentiate between news, information, and fake news. Examine various examples and prepare stories that are newsworthy!


Aim: Creative Thinking

Choose a career
(session 19)

Read up about skill sets and decide which one suits you better. Make sure your decisions are backed up with justifications… It’s time to choose your career!


Aim: Decision Making

Debate
(session 20)

Examine statements and their validity by analysing justification and implications. Make sure you take a stand and defend it!


Aim: Argument Handling

Dealing with Problems
(session 21)

Learn about to deal with disagreements, arguments, and conflicts in different contexts. Learn to open up, handle arguments, and resolve conflicts


Aim: Argument Handling

Be an Innovator
(session 22)

Locate a problem, analyse it, and come up with an unusual innovation. Make sure you have the required materials to build it!


Aim: Creative Ability

Rewrite Endings
(session 23)

Rewrite endings to pre-existing fairy tales with modern takes on characters and storylines. Make sure you have new morals for the tales!


Aim: Creative Ability

Be an environmental superhero
(session 24)

It’s time to save the environment. Whip up some solutions to widespread environmental problems. You might have to think out of the box!


Aim: Creative Ability

Doubly Fit
(session 25)

Come up with activities to keep you mentally and physically fit. Collaborate in creating a list of activities to keep yourself fit and fine.


Aim: Nutrition and Fitness

Virtual Games
(session 26)

Discuss the pros and cons of video games by examining its various aspects. Debate about how different stakeholders (parents, teachers, and children) should work together to use virtual games productively in life.


Aim: Science & Tech

Global Warming
(session 27)

Examine the causes and effects of global warming. Come up with effective solutions for the problems. Focus on solutions that can be executed at home and the neighbourhood


Aim: Science and Tech

Melodies of Life
(session 28)

To discuss and focus on the idea of support when one is upset.


Aim: Listening Skills

FOMO
(session 29)

To develop reading skills in the context of a blog post about FOMO.


Aim: Social Awareness

Book Reading
(session 30)

To allow students to voice their opinions and use persuasion skills in the context of books and reading.


Aim: Creative Thinking

Story Telling
(session 1)

Prepare your characters and the plot. Present your story with appropriate voice, pacing, and engaging body language!


Aim: Articulation, Creative Ability

Be a Reporter
(session 2)

Choose your news headline, create a script, plan it well, and deliver your video news report with gusto! Regale your audience!


Aim: Public Speaking

Taboo
(session 3)

Describe the word allotted to you without mentioning the word itself or related words. You need to be smart to define it, okay?


Aim: Vocab

Idioms through Emojis
(session 4)

Let's check your knowledge of idioms by examining the combination of emojis. You might have to wrack your brains for that!


Aim: Vocab

Self-Esteem & Body Image
(session 5)

Learn about self-esteem and body image problems faced by people. Read about personalities who have faced similar problems and have succeeded in life. Get started on your path to success!


Aim: Health, Perseverance

Smart Goals
(session 6)

Learn about different values that are key to a successful life. List aspects of goal setting, inculcate a positive mindset, and create smart goals for yourself! Be ambitious!


Aim: Perseverance

Greed & Jealousy
(session 7)

Examine greed, jealousy, and other emotions through different stories, discussions, and activities. Learn about how you can help yourself and others by dealing with these emotions. Grow up to be a mature individual!


Aim: Morals & Ethics

Anti-Bullying Brigade
(session 8)

Examine true/false statements about bulling and discuss its various aspects. Identify how help can be provided to victims of bullying. Make an anti-bullying poster to spread awareness about the same!


Aim: Bullying

Role Models
(session 9)

Talk about different professionals and their representation as role models in society. Do you want to be a role model like them?


Aim: Leadership Skills

Managing Time
(session 10)

Learn about the Pomodoro technique of managing time efficiently. Examine ways in which the technique can be applied to your life and can make you an efficient leader!


Aim: Leadership Skills

Think before you act!
(session 11)

Considering the consequences of your action makes you a wise leader. Analyse situations, their causes, and consequences, and learn to diffuse them. Self-control is the key!


Aim: Leadership Skills

An Apology
(session 12)

Learn to identify problems, analyse their causes and consequences, and diffuse them. Acquire expert problem-solving skills to deal with real-life issues.


Aim: Problem Solving

Accept and Decline
(session 13)

Learn to participate in problem-solving situations by offering help, requesting, accepting help, and other tactics. Roleplay simulated situations and diffuse conflicts to the best of your ability!


Aim: Problem Solving

Let's Limerick
(session 14)

Analyse the structure, content, and style of limericks. Create your limerick with a twist!


Aim: Articulation

Self-Control
(session 15)

Learn about self-control and the implications of acting before you think. Resolve situations that might arise from impulsive actions!


Aim: Perseverance

Travel brochure
(session 16)

Look at different travel brochures, their recommendations, and other key details. Research on your next destination using brochures and choose the best destination! Bon voyage!


Aim: Decision Making

Making a Movie
(session 17)

Script your movie by deciding on the genre, characters, actors, their characteristics, the plotline, and much more… Be the director you are destined to be!


Aim: Creative Thinking

News v/s Fake News
(session 18)

Differentiate between news, information, and fake news. Examine various examples and prepare stories that are newsworthy!


Aim: Creative Thinking

Choose a career
(session 19)

Read up about skill sets and decide which one suits you better. Make sure your decisions are backed up with justifications… It’s time to choose your career!


Aim: Decision Making

Debate
(session 20)

Examine statements and their validity by analysing justification and implications. Make sure you take a stand and defend it!


Aim: Argument Handling

Dealing with Problems
(session 21)

Learn about to deal with disagreements, arguments, and conflicts in different contexts. Learn to open up, handle arguments, and resolve conflicts


Aim: Argument Handling

Be an Innovator
(session 22)

Locate a problem, analyse it, and come up with an unusual innovation. Make sure you have the required materials to build it!


Aim: Creative Ability

Rewrite Endings
(session 23)

Rewrite endings to pre-existing fairy tales with modern takes on characters and storylines. Make sure you have new morals for the tales!


Aim: Creative Ability

Be an environmental superhero
(session 24)

It’s time to save the environment. Whip up some solutions to widespread environmental problems. You might have to think out of the box!


Aim: Creative Ability

Doubly Fit
(session 25)

Come up with activities to keep you mentally and physically fit. Collaborate in creating a list of activities to keep yourself fit and fine.


Aim: Nutrition and Fitness

Virtual Games
(session 26)

Discuss the pros and cons of video games by examining its various aspects. Debate about how different stakeholders (parents, teachers, and children) should work together to use virtual games productively in life.


Aim: Science & Tech

Global Warming
(session 27)

Examine the causes and effects of global warming. Come up with effective solutions for the problems. Focus on solutions that can be executed at home and the neighbourhood


Aim: Science and Tech

Melodies of Life
(session 28)

To discuss and focus on the idea of support when one is upset.


Aim: Listening Skills

FOMO
(session 29)

To develop reading skills in the context of a blog post about FOMO.


Aim: Social Awareness

Book Reading
(session 30)

To allow students to voice their opinions and use persuasion skills in the context of books and reading.


Aim: Creative Thinking

Why LucidSky Course?

Best Teachers

All our teachers are CELTA certified from British Council.

Affordable Classes

We charge as low as Rs 225 per session (while others charge Rs 300-800 per session)

World Class Curriculum

Our course is designed by Cambridge and IIT alumni

Small & Interactive

We have a small group size of Maximum 5-6 kids, allowing kids to discuss, debate, role play and exchange their ideas.

Course Fees
  • 3 Classes per week
  • Live online class
  • Max 5 students per class
  • 1 Hour Class
Class 3 - 4
Class 5 - 6
Class 7 - 8
Creative writing & Grammar
18 Sessions (20 days)

Total Rs 5400 (incl taxes)

(Rs 300 per session)

Select
Fluency - 1
30 Sessions (2.5 months)

Total Rs 7500 (incl taxes)

(Rs 250 per session)

Select
Fluency, Grammar & Writing - 1
48 Sessions (4 months)

Total Rs 10800 (incl taxes)

(Rs 225 per session)

Select
Creative writing & Grammar
18 Sessions (20 days)

Total Rs 5400 (incl taxes)

(Rs 300 per session)

Select
Fluency - 2
30 Sessions (2.5 months)

Total Rs 7500 (incl taxes)

(Rs 250 per session)

Select
Fluency, Grammar & Writing - 2
48 Sessions (4 months)

Total Rs 10800 (incl taxes)

(Rs 225 per session)

Select
Creative writing & Grammar
18 Sessions (20 days)

Total Rs 5400 (incl taxes)

(Rs 300 per session)

Select
Fluency - 3
30 Sessions (2.5 months)

Total Rs 7500 (incl taxes)

(Rs 250 per session)

Select
Fluency, Grammar & Writing - 3
48 Sessions (4 months)

Total Rs 10800 (incl taxes)

(Rs 225 per session)

Select
Fluency - 1
30 Sessions (2.5 months)

Rs 250 per session

Total Rs 7500 (incl taxes)

Select
Fluency, Grammar & Writing - 1
48 Sessions (4 months)

Rs 225 per session

Total Rs 10800 (incl taxes)

Select
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