Being teachers of foreign languages we are very happy to promote learning of languages among Russian children and to support educational programs.
Our website www.moscownavigator.com helps us not only to find clients but also friends all over the world who help us to collect books to create small libraries so children will have the opportunity to learn foreign languages by reading books.
We would be very grateful if you could share some treasures from your home libraries with us so that we can share them with these children. We know that every book is a piece of your soul, your family, your culture and your country and it will be very valuable to us.
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Our client “LOTTE WORLD ADVENTURE”, Korea gives toys – characters of Korean Disneyland – and CDs to an orphanage in Moscow region.
Schedule of Educational Charity Events
|March||Exhibition of Japanese art, followed by Japanese tea party, origami class and kokeshi doll painting. (No age limit)|
|March||English class: “How to write LIMERICKS in English”.
(a form of poetry, one in five-line anapestic meter with a strict rhyme scheme (AABBA), which is sometimes obscene with humorous intent). (Age group 12-17+)
|April||Literary Spring. Writing contest for children. Prose. (Age group 12-17)|
|April||Russian class: “Writing poems. Aimbus. Choreus”. (Age group 14-17+)|
|May||“Hershey vs. Red October”. History+ chocolate tasting. (Elementary school)|
|May||Russians, British, French, Americans in WWII. What do we know? Historical talk for school children followed by tulips planting. (Age group 14-17+)|
|May||Dutch flower festival + Dutch wooden shoes painting class. (Elementary school)|
Thanks to Fuji Aluminium Corporation (Fiju, Japan) we will be glad to arrange an exhibition of Japanese art, followed by Japanese tea party, origami class and kokeshi doll painting in one of the local libraries.
Confectionary factory “Udarnitsa” has supplied us with sweets for Christmas quiz in an local library
Our American friends, Dawn and Marcy, have collected clothes and toys for children from an orphanage in Moscow region.