Russian

All of our Russian classes incorporate games, poems, puzzles, and other developmental material and techniques that stimulate student's interest in the language, their logical and thinking skills and create an environment of learning and fun.

Russian classes are formed based on students' age, skills, and needs. Below is a description of classes we currently offer at our locations as well as classes that may be opened soon.

To view current schedule, please click here.

All of our programs have been developed and are continuously updated by Evrika Learning Center, some of our teachers and associates.

If you don't find a class that meets your child's interests and needs, please e-mail us at classes@evrikacenter.com or call us at 203.975.1134 (outside of Stamford local area).

We have developed a special program for children that want to learn Russian, but know very little or nothing at all. If this program is not on our schedule in your area, we can arrange individual or small group lessons.

Description of Russian classes

NEW - Play & Learn 0 (ages 2-3), with a parent or caregiver - in this 2 hr class, students are engaged in art projects, storytelling, singing, dancing, puppet plays, games. Students learn and enhance conversational Russian, build vocabulary through play and interaction with the teacher and other students. Students are also developing basic skills important for this age.

NEW - Play & Learn 01 (ages 3-4) - in this 2 hr class, students are engaged in art projects, storytelling, singing, dancing, puppet plays, games. Students learn and enhance conversational Russian, build vocabulary through play and interaction with the teacher and other students. Students are also developing basic skills important for this age. Students must be potty trained.

NEW - Play & Learn 02 (ages 4-5) - in this 2 hr class, students are engaged in art projects, storytelling, singing, dancing, puppet plays, games. Students learn and enhance conversational Russian, build vocabulary through play and interaction with the teacher and other students. Students are also developing basic skills important for this age. Students must be potty trained.

Russian Speech 01 (ages 3-4) - students improve their conversational Russian, their comprehension, they learn new words and meanings, develop basic motor, visualization, attention, memory, logical skills so important for this age.

Russian 02 (ages 4-5) - students learn Russian sounds, learn to read, write in print, improve their conversational Russian, comprehension, speaking, self-expression, increase their vocabulary. This class is for students ages 4-5 that know no or some of Russian sounds/alphabet, may or may not read by letters or syllables.

Russian 021E (ages 4-5) - created for students with very limited conversational Russian and understanding of Russian speech. Students build vocabulary, develop conversational Russian and comprehension. At the same time, students learn sounds of the Russian alphabet.

Russian 03 (ages 5-6) - students further develop reading, writing, comprehension and conversational skills, enhance their vocabulary, improve self-expression. Elements of Russian grammar are introduced in this class. This class is for students that know all letters of the alphabet and can read either by syllables or whole words.

Russian 04 (ages 6-7) - students further develop reading, writing, comprehension and conversational skills, increase their vocabulary, improve self-expression. Elements of Russian grammar and beginning of grammar for grade 1 are introduced in this class. This class is for students that know all letters of the alphabet and can read either by syllables or whole words.

Russian 041 (ages 6-7) - students learn to read, write in print, improve their conversational Russian, comprehension, speaking, self-expression, increase their vocabulary. This class is for students that know no or some of Russian alphabet, may or may not read by letters or syllables.

Russian 05 (ages 7-8) - students continue to improve their reading, conversational, comprehension skills and learn to write in script. Grammar for grades 1 and 2 of a traditional Russian school is studied in this class.

Russian 06 (ages 8-9) - students continue to improve their reading, conversational, comprehension skills and learn to write in script. Grammar for grades 2 and 3 of a traditional Russian school is studied in this class.

Russian 061 (ages 8-9) - students learn to read, write in print and script, improve their conversational Russian, comprehension, speaking, self-expression, increase their vocabulary. This class is for students that know no or some of Russian alphabet, may or may not read by letters or syllables.

Russian 07 (ages 8-9) - students continue to learn Russian grammar, improve their reading, comprehension, self-expression, writing in script, increase vocabulary. They are reading and discussing works of Russian and foreign authors. This class uses Russian textbooks for grade 3.

Russian 08 (ages 8-10) - students continue to learn Russian grammar, improve their reading, comprehension, self-expression, writing in script, increase vocabulary. They are reading and discussing works of Russian and foreign authors. This class uses Russian textbooks for grade 4.

Russian 09 (ages 10-13) - students continue to learn Russian grammar, improve their reading, comprehension, self-expression, writing in script, increase vocabulary. They are reading and discussing works of Russian and foreign authors. This class uses Russian textbooks for grades 4-5.

Russian 10 (ages 11-14) - students continue to learn Russian grammar, are reading and discussing works of classical and modern authors, improve their self-expression, writing in script. This class uses Russian textbooks for grade 5.

Russian 11 (ages 11-14) - students continue to learn Russian grammar, are reading and discussing works of classical and modern authors, improve their self-expression, writing in script. This class uses Russian textbooks for grades 5 and 6.


Please e-mail at classes@evrikacenter.com or call us at 203.975.1134 if you have any questions or would like more information.

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