On December 7th we removed the balancing wheels and started training the kids...I guess I was more scared to leave them rather than them. I was more worried because they did not know how to prevent a fall.
Ths first thing what I taught them was how to prevent a fall... just place your legs and brake.
The next step (usually this is the last step people learn) was how to start the cycle by yourself.
and of course, there was the mandatory running behind them holding the cycle while they attepted to balance.
Another thing what I did, against common practice was to remove both balancing wheels at the same time, instead of removing them one by one. I always felt it caused more problem in learning to balance by giving them a false sense of security on one side and they sort of compensate by leaning over that side and when they fall, they fall badly.
So as of yesterday, they are cycling. Tejas is more of a pro than Ojas who has serious focusing problems methinks!