I always wanted to teach and share my experience and proven methodology with those who really decided to work with a child and learn Russian. After thinking about how to connect these two things, I decided to do this course for parents of bilingual children.
The educational complexes of lessons consist of tasks that will help children to form competent oral speech, increase vocabulary, remember the meanings and spelling of new words, learn how to use and conjugate verbs, and also get acquainted with the works of Russian classical literature, sayings and winged expressions and understand what they mean in our lives, to feel what impact they have on each of us, and to make sure that without them we would be completely different.
Amy: Was stunned to hear eldest had an anglophone (ml) accent when she began to read in the ML this afternoon!! Didn't last more than a paragraph until her brain switched language, but chuffed mum here!!
Mar 7, 2020 23:05:49 GMT 9
Mayken: My daughter found the secret stash of ml books I'd bought at the closure sale of the ml book store two months ago and hidden away for later. Guess it's a good time for new books now, right?
Mar 18, 2020 5:29:38 GMT 9
Caro C.: My baby (16mo) perfectly knows what "hi5" means and readily shows her hand even when we are not showing our hand first. It feels like the first minor blossom of the bilingual seed.
Jun 1, 2020 13:05:36 GMT 9
Adam Beck: Nice, Caro! Give her a high-five from me! And I look forward to hearing about many more happy developments to come!
Jun 8, 2020 15:12:21 GMT 9