Little Kids

(2-4 years)


At this age, the formation of the child's personality takes place. Children learn how to communicate with kids and adults, follow the instructions and move on to independent activities. This is the age of growing up and self-affirmation of the baby as a person. At this age, his character, interests, talents are developing very fast. A game takes a huge part in the learning process. During the classes we use finger games, logorhythmic exercise , have a beneficial effect on the development of expressive speech, sound pronunciation and sound automation. Also, at the age of 2-4 years, the child's phonemic hearing is most actively developed. It makes possible to achieve high results in the development of languages.


The main educational program of our kindergarten has a priority bilingual direction.


English subjects

  1. Cambridge. The Super Safari Early Learning Program, designed by Herbert Puchta and Peter Leviis Jones, allows children to learn English in a play way . In the classroom, children go on an exciting journey into the jungle together with the characters: Polly the Parrot, Gina the Giraffe, Mike the Monkey and Leo the Lion. We always improve passive and active English vocabulary. We learn how to construct whole sentences, learn songs, study the world around us, gain knowledge of the basics of mathematics. A carefully designed course develops the child's thinking skills, memory, concentration and creativity.

  2. Storytime and Phonics. Two courses aimed at developing a child's phonemic hearing, listening skills with the sounds of the English language.

  3. Speaking practice. During these classes, we practice fluency in English. Children learn how to understand English, practice communication in a role-playing game.

  4. Science and Art. The world around us in English. Kids conduct observations, simple experiments, observe changes in nature

Russian subjects

  1. Reading Practicing. We work on the sound of speech, phonemic hearing. The program is aimed on developing logical and associative thinking, visual and auditory attention, memory, sound-letter and syllabic analysis. First of all, we pay attention on the sounds. When children know sounds and can distinguish them well by ear, they begin to read faster and easier. Also, working with sounds allows you to avoid difficulties with spelling.

  2. Maths. Classes are held according to the L.G. Peterson. In math classes, we develop attention and memory. We learn how to analyze, compare, generalize, classify. We develop imagination and fantasy, the ability to argue our statements, build the simplest inferences. These tasks are solved in the process of acquainting children with different areas of mathematics: quantity and counting, measuring and comparing values, orientation in space.