We developed this program especially for kids to introduce them to the letters of the Russian alphabet and the sounds of the Russian language. We have created a creative environment where interesting tasks and vivid imagery captivate and introduce children to the world of the Russian language. Our classes are all about freedom of expression and play. As a result, children learn about the world around them and train their memory, attention, and imagination.
Children learn to speak Russian confidently and read their first words with us.
We expand our horizons with our fairy-tale characters, and then in exciting tasks, we consolidate the knowledge gained
We introduce numbers 1 to 10, object shapes and sizes, and develop spatial orientation
We introduce all the colors of the rainbow and enrich the child’s emotional intelligence through colors
Learning to listen and hear. Developing auditory awareness and perception
We learn to compare and contrast, and to spot simple patterns. Boosting memory and imagination
We negotiate, share, talk, play together, and learn to follow the rules of the game
«Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.» — Anthony J. D’Angelo
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Learning the letters of the Russian alphabet. Correlation of letters with speech sounds, words with images of objects.
Expanding children’s understanding of color and shades, the ability to tell them apart, place them in a particular order, and group objects according to color.
Developing the child’s ability to orientate themselves in space, activating the child’s vocabulary through terms that indicate spatial relationships and directions.
Mathematics for young kids
Introducing children to numbers and how they are written, sizes and shapes; counting up to 10; solving very simple mathematical problems, and comparing groups of objects.
Exercises to develop logic, memory and attention
Developing the ability to compare, analyze, contrast, and spot simple patterns.
Learning the letters of the Russian alphabet and expanding the child’s active vocabulary by matching the word and the object’s image.
Early development classes are suitable for all children, since all children start to explore the world around them from birth. An adult’s role is to help the child understand how the world works faster. Children gain invaluable experience when they’re very young, and they use this experience throughout life.
The child particularly needs to actively collaborate with adults when they receive new information and experiences. While instilling the right emotional approach to learning is the job of parents, maintaining interest and the desire to learn is what the teacher is best at.
Parents can be present at the lessons. The first adaptation classes go better if Mom is there as well. As soon as the child can learn by themselves, they will become more collected and focused, and the learning process will become more productive.
Yes. The child will play word and speech games during the course, study the letters of the Russian alphabet, and will thus learn how the sounds appear as letters, which will form the basis for reading.
He won’t. The program is designed to adjust to each child and set an individual pace for learning. The teacher’s job is to nurture the desire to learn and motivate the child to discover the world around them.
We have children studying at our school, who don’t speak or understand Russian. In this case, we recommend that the parent stays with the child for the first few classes. The child will start to understand the teacher’s instructions after a few lessons, and will be able to study on her own. We also have teachers who know foreign languages. But having a Russian-speaking teacher is actually beneficial for your child. She will thus be able to understand and speak Russian much sooner.
Of course not. The program is designed in such a way that it won’t tire even a restless child. We use interactive games that are very engaging, while the informal communication style allows the child to learn and relax at the same time.