O toamna bogata in activitati pentru copii!🙂
Informatii si inscrieri: 0757 525 372, email@example.com
Join us! Learn with Joy! Live with Joy!
*Educatie non-formala in limba engleza pentru copii. Programe educationale si ateliere creative
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O toamna bogata in activitati pentru copii!🙂
Informatii si inscrieri: 0757 525 372, firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us! Learn with Joy! Live with Joy!
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Bun gasit, tuturor!
26 Septembrie este Ziua Europeana a Limbilor.
Cu aceasta ocazie celebram diversitatea lingvistica si importanta invatarii limbilor straine si ne bucuram totodata de inceperea unui Nou An Scolar, cu noi clase de limba engleza pentru copii, workshop-uri educationale si multe alte surprize spre bucuria copiilor.
Va asteptam cu drag si voie buna sa sarbatorim impreuna Sambata, 26 septembrie, ora 11:00.
* Participarea se face pe baza de rezervare! (15 locuri)
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Let’s give a big Cheer for a new School Year! :)
05 Aug 2015 Lasă un comentariu
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Ne revedem cu drag pe 10 septembrie (Joi), la 18:00, in cadrul unui Workshop inedit, creativ, plin de culoare si bucurie!
Inscrieri: firstname.lastname@example.org, 0757 525 372
Join the Fun! Be smart & creative!🙂
29 Iul 2015 Lasă un comentariu
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Urmatoarele trei sedinte (30 iulie, 4 august si 6 august) se vor desfasura cu tema: Jungle Fun!
Ca de obicei, copiii vor fi antrenati in activitati diverse: jocuri de memorie cu noul vocabular, explorari senzoriale, cantece si povesti tematice si diverse craft-uri, unde indemanarea, imaginatia si creativitatea vor fi la cote maxime. :)
Join us for some Wild Fun!🙂
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Continuam seria activitatilor pentru copii, dupa cum urmeaza:
Grup (4-8 ani) Desfasurare clasa 80 minute.
* Circle time– new vocabulary, songs & games
* Jocuri de rol
* Activitati creative si recreative
* Reading time
* Fruit snack/Gustare fructe
Grup (1-3 ani) Desfasurare clasa 45 minute.
* Circle time– new vocabulary, songs & games
*Activitati Senzoriale diverse
*Jocuri de motricitate, Jocuri de rol, Jocuri ce implica memoria, logica, culori, forme, volum, lumea din jur;
* Creatie (pictat, modelat) in fiecare saptamana o activitate noua.
* Activitati bazate pe „Loose Parts Plays & Natural Elements”= o joaca senzoriala cu obiecte simple, obisnuite din casa /curte incurajand astfel creativitatea si joaca imaginativa.
Mai multe despre Loose Parts Plays aici:http://extension.psu.edu/youth/betterkidcare/early-care/our-resources/tip-pages/tips/loose-parts-what-does-this-mean
* Fruit Snack
Activitatile au loc dupa-amiaza, de la 18:00-19:20 (grup copii 4-8 ani), respectiv 18:00- 18:45 pentru grup copii (1-3 ani)
Inscrieri: 0757 525 372, email@example.com
Join the Fun! Try a FREE Class!
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Urmeaza doua luni de vara: Iulie si August explozive in activitati.
Folosind metoda LTP (Learn through Play) – fiind considerata cea mai buna solutie de invatare a unei limbi straine, copiii invata limba engleza intr-un mod facil, creativ si diversificat! In cadrul sedintelor ne place sa fim mici actori (aplicand jocurile de rol -“role-play”), sa exploram, sa inventam, sa fim creativi (desfasurand activitati de arts & crafts), sa cantam, sa dansam, sa citim povesti dar si sa cream povesti. Temele propuse se schimba astfel, saptamanal. Sedinta este de 90 minute, include activitati + gustare fructe.
Toate aceste activitati:
Dam startul Programului de Vara pe 15 iulie!
* (1-3 ani) sedinte/ateliere cu activitati bazate pe stimularea senzoriala “Sensory Play”
* (4-8 ani)
Din seria activitatilor si atelierelor creative enumeram cateva, urmand sa primiti pe mail ( in urma inscrierii copiilor) Agenda completa.
Sub deviza „Learn with Joy” avem:
Program de calitate pentru copii conceput si sustinut de Profesor de Limba Engleza cu experienta!
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Reading is a skill, not a natural talent.
To learn any skill children need
* support &
World Book Day is a day to encourage reading, celebrated every year on 23rd April.
We are happy to celebrate something that we actually enjoy! So, children are expected to come on Thursday 23 rd April, at 18:00, to celebrate the pleasure of reading.
We’ll have special activities due to this celebration and many other surprises!🙂
N.B Bring your favourite book! :)
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Kids ( 3- 8 years) are invited to a Pyjama Party!
Join us for:
* funny games,
* a craft
* healthy snack.
N.B. Wear your favourite pjs and bring your favourite bedtime toy!
* Children are going to describe their pjs ( we’ll have a pyjamas catwalk) and their favourite bedtime toy!🙂
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„Spring is nature’s way of saying, Let’s Party” Robin Williams
Va asteptam cu drag si voie buna sa petrecem impreuna, Duminica 15 martie, ora 17:00. Ne intalnim cu mic cu mare, ca de obicei, la cafeneaua “La folie” din Pipera.
* Locuri: 15 * Suport artisti: 30 ron
* Copiii nou-veniti sunt invitati la o CLASA GRATUITA la unul din Cluburile noastre de limba engleza:
” Club Engleza Sensory Play (0-3 ani)
” Club English my friend” (3- 8 ani)
Participarea se face pe baza de rezervare:
0757 525 372, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Infant and toddlers learn through touching, smelling, seeing, hearing and tasting!
What is Sensory Play?
Sensory play is simply play that encourages children to use one or more of the senses, often called “messy play”.
Sensory play experiences, focus on stimulating children’s senses of sight, sound, smell, touch, taste, balance, and movement. Sensory experiences are like food for the brain…
Benefits for Children
What The Research Shows:
Sensory play is important for the brain- builds nerve connections that support thoughts, learning and creativity
Sensory play supports:
* language development,
* cognitive growth
* fine and gross motor skills
* problem solving/reasoning skills
* social interaction.
Sensory play gives children something new and exciting to experience
Sensory play can provide comfort and calm for a cranky, irritated child
Last but not least, participants are happier and have fun.
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Calling all children to celebrate the magical season of Joy & Love.
What we are going to do:
Date: on Thursday, 18 December
Place: Pipera (will be announced after registration).
N.B. The little ones will be helped in crafting by their parents.
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Be our guest! Be Jolly & Creative!🙂
29 Nov 2014 Lasă un comentariu
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An Advent Calendar is a special calendar used to count or celebrate the days in anticipation of Christmas.
I didn’t grow up with advent calendars, but I’m pretty sure children adore them.
You can buy one or you can be very creative and make one with your children.
This year I’ll use my “Snowman Advent Calendar” (it’s a special gift from a dear friend, from Austria), but the following years I’m going to make handmade calendars together with my daughter, Iris.
This activity gives children the opportunity to:
Our calendar is filled with creative holiday activities, written on pieces of paper, but you can also put some small treats in each box if you like.
Here are some ideas for activities:
1 Read Christmas/Winter books
2 Snowman arts & crafts with a short poem (e.g “ I’m a little snowman”)
3 Rudolf arts & crafts with a song. ( Rudolf the Red Nosed reindeer or Five little reindeer)
4 Little Snowflake- paper craft & dance (Little snowflake song or Dance like snowflakes )
5 Handmade Cards for family & friends
6 Donate presents (The Shoe Box project)
7 Salt dough ornaments ( then you paint & decorate them)
8 Bake Christmas cookies
9 Make a Gingerbread house (made of felt or cardboard)
10 Make a paper Garland to decorate your house.
11 Make a paper Garland for your kids to dance with.
12 Make a Snowman Pizza
13 Write a Letter to Santa & a Thank you Note too!
14 Make a Fruit Christmas Tree
15 Write a list of 5 things or more you are thankful for.
16 Build a Snowman
17 Go ice skating
18 Sing your favourite carols
19 Winter Collage (can be a coloured/painted paper project or a sensorial bottle/box if you have a toddler like me )
20 Watch a Christmas movie.
21 Go out to look at Christmas lights after dark.
22 Christmas Tree decoration
23 Memory special card with kids’ handprints on it “Santa handprint”
24 Have a tea party with friends.
For your inspiration: Super simple Advent Calendars (DIY):
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Parents and kids ( 2-10 years)!
You are invited to attend our Halloween Party 2014.
Date: on Thursday, 30 October
Place: La Folie Café, Pipera
We are going to organize funny (not scary) activities, interesting games & exciting contests. Children will also enjoy special snacks and treats and more other surprises.
Be our guest!
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Organizator: Cambridge Club-Engleza pentru copii
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You know you are a Teacher when… Someone asks you how many kids you have and you say „20”
Here are some funny school jokes to make your day: :)
Back to School
„The summer holiday was over and young Jack returned to school.
Only two days later his teacher phoned his mother to tell her that Jack was misbehaving.
‘Wait a minute,’ mother said. ‘I had Jack with me for 10 weeks and I never called you once when he misbehaved.”
Mary comes home from her first day at school. Mother asks, ‘What did you learn today?’
She replies, ‘Not enough. I have to go back tomorrow.’
Mum: How did you find school today?
Youngster: I simply hopped off the bus – and there it was.
Mia: I think we need a new teacher.
Mum: Why is that?
Mia: Our teacher doesn’t know anything, she keeps asking us for the answers.
Teacher: Brett, your essay on ‘My Dog’ is exactly the same as your sister’s. Did you copy her?
Brett: No Miss; it’s the same dog. :))
19 Sep 2014 Lasă un comentariu
Magic moments, healthy treats and lots of fun – the perfect party combination. „Fairy Forest” transported the children away to a magical world of make believe, where their dreams began and enchantment commenced. The activities they participated in included:
* arts & crafts: children decorated magic garlands
* a magic show (we danced, sang and played funny games).
* raffle prizes
We all had great fun, enjoyed the magic, the fun, the laughter!
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When Children are playing, Children are learning.
Play expands intelligence, stimulates the imagination, encourages creative problem solving, and helps develop confidence, self-esteem, and a positive attitude toward learning. Dr Fraser Mustard
As you know, our activities are designed to make chidren learn in a natural way! Childood is the most beautiful of all life’s seasons! Childood is the world of miracle and magic, of laughs and pure joy! Chidren need to have fun, to explore, to discover, to use their imagination, to create, to be happy while playing, and by playing they are learning. We are doing all these, in our way!
What your child will learn at this party? Well, besides fun, he/she will do lots of activities that focus on:
* learn, practice & improve English
* learn about Nature and Autumn
* memory: words & songs
*imaginative play & creativity
* arts & crafts
* develop fine & gross motor skills
Join us for a magical time!
On Thursday, September 18, at 18:30
Parents are invited too!
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* Fairy dresses & elves costumes encouraged but optional.
01 Aug 2014 Lasă un comentariu
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* English My Friend– Program Interactiv de invatare a limbii engleze, cu accent pe: joc si activitati de socializare, proiecte individuale si de grup, teatru, role-play, arts & crafts. Participa copii de (3-8 ani). Se desfasoara dupa amiaza, in grup de maximum 8 copii. Sedinta dureaza 80 minute cu snack/tea-break intre activitati.
*Learn with Joy– Program Interactiv si Dinamic de invatare a limbii engleze prin: JOC, MUZICA si DANS.
Grupa: JOYFUL HEARTS (0-3 ani) Se desfasoara dimineata, cu o durata de aproximativ 45 minute. Participa Copil/Copii+Parinte/Bunic/Bona
* Pregatire individuala/grup pentru diverse testari si examene Cambridge. Participa copii (7-12 ani).
Materiale didactice folosite: carti, marionete, materiale audio-video, flash cards, postere, instrumente musicale, mingi, pom poms etc.
Inscrieri copii: 0757 525 372, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sa invatam cu bucurie! Learn with Joy!
29 Iul 2014 Lasă un comentariu
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Back to English Classes!
Educatie non-formala in limba engleza pentru copii. Programe educationale si ateliere creative.
Din 4 august, copiii sunt asteptati sa ia parte la activitatile noastre desfasurate in limba engleza.
Inscrieri copii: email@example.com, 0757 525 372
31 Mai 2014 Lasă un comentariu
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„Childhood is the most beautiful of all life’s seasons”
Let them PLAY!
Let them GET MESSY!
Let them EXPLORE!
Let them BE LITTLE!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KIDS!
06 Dec 2013 Lasă un comentariu
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Am decorat de-a lungul anilor: pereti, geamuri, holuri, clase, incat am dezvoltat o adevarata pasiune… pasiune pe care o exercit cu drag, in continuare, atunci cand organizez evenimente private pentru copii. Suntem in pragul minunatelor sarbatori de iarna si gandul ne este intodeauna la cei dragi; tindem sa-I surprindem cum putem mai bine, inspirati fiind de magia iernii. Mr Snowman este un personaj care prinde viata atat in casele oamenilor cat si in clasele din gradinite si scoli. Ii puteti, de asemenea, da orice nume doriti, eu ii spun simplu Mr Snowman (mi se pare mai elegant) mai tarziu, o voi lasa pe fiica mea (cand va mai creste) sa-I dea un nume dupa bunul plac.
Ce e cu acest Mr Snowman? Este o decoratiune! Poate fi folosita atat in camera copiilor sau pentru decorarea unui clase. De cate ori organizez evenimente pentru copii, obisnuiesc sa-mi fac singura decoratiunile si de cele mai multe ori, cu ce am prin “camara”… va spun mai tarziu ce-I cu camara mea! Uneori, sunt ajutata de copii, este o adevarata incantare pentru ei sa poata contribui la „designul” unei incaperi pentru o petrecere/workshop etc. Asadar, pentru atelierul de creatie “ Santa’s Workshop” din aceasta iarna, am hotarat ca piesa decorativa centrala sa fie Mr Snowman! Mr Snowman este facut cu ce am avut la indemana. Camara, pe care orice om o are la casa lui, eu am transformat-o intr-un atelier, unde imi tin toate materialele de care am nevoie pentru cursuri si astfel de evenimente.
Aveti nevoie de:
– carton (doua bucati rotunde pentru body). Eu am folosit cartonul de la cutia de apa Bucovina. Mi-a ajuns chiar si pentru” legs”!
– Coli colorate/albe, ambalaje cadouri; de exemplu pentru nasturii lui Mr Snowman am folosit o sacosa de la Zara (mi-a placut acel bleumarin).
– Foarfeca, creion, marker, capsator, dublu adeziv
– Multa Inspiratie… Voi creati acest personaj, va puteti juca cum doriti cu outfitul lui! Mai ales daca va ajuta si copiii, va fi o activitate de neuitat!Eu am renuntat la caciula pe care i-o facusem initial… am imprumutat o caciula de iarna, de la fiica mea si a iesit mult mai funny!
Voi pune mai multe poze de la evenimentul privat (cu toate decoratiunile) in curand!Dupa cum se poate vedea din poze, am fost asistata de spiridusul meu!🙂
Enjoy! Fiti creativi!
Teacher: Anne -Marie
27 Nov 2013 Lasă un comentariu
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Native Americans help them. They give them food and warm clothes. In spring, the Native Americans help them to grow corn and pumpkins. They also give them some turkeys. In the autumn, the people from England have a big party. They want to thank the Native Americans for their help. They eat turkey and pumpkin. This is the story of the First Thanksgiving.
06 Feb 2013 Lasă un comentariu
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Snowdrops (Galanthus nivalis) are one of the first bulbs to flower and signal the start of spring. The flower is a symbol of hope according to the following legend:
The snowdrop became the symbol of hope when Adam and Eve were expelled from the Garden of Eden. When Eve was about to give up hope that the cold winters would never end, an angel appeared. She transformed some of the snowflakes into snowdrop flowers, proving that the winters do eventually give way to the spring.
Another legend says: Long ago, on March 1st, a beautiful snowdrop, white and sweet, went out from under the snow in the forest. The winter wind saw him, flew into a rage and unleashed a storm of snow on the flower. The nice snowdrop bitten by the cold cried. The good fairy called Zana Primavara heard the flower sobbing and asked it : „Why are you crying? „I’m covered with snow and I’m dying of cold” said the snowdrop. The fairy Primavara removed the snow on the flower.While she did that she hurt her finger against a small sharp stone hidden side of snowdrops. Her blood fell on the root of the flower, warmed, and the snowdrop came back to life. Another drop of blood fell on the petals became red .Immediately another snowdrops, white, uttered near her. „Thus the two inseparable bells, the red and white, became both the symbol of spring, love and hope Martisor called.
Because of its flowering date, the snowdrop is the messenger of spring. The snowdrop is closely linked to Martisor/Martenitsa (March). This is the spring festival when the Martenitsa is celebrated on March 1st in countries such as Romania, Moldova and Bulgaria. Traditionally, men offer women a „Martenitsa”, a kind of talisman shaped brooch or pendant made of two twisted son, one red and one white. In Romania everyone offer a” Martenitsa/ Martisor” on March,1st to their friends and family. Traditionally, you have to wear the Martenitsa on you (bracelet or necklace) until you see a stork then you can take it off and hang it up on a tree. This tradition should bring luck into your life all along the year.
The name snowdrop does not mean ‘drop’ of snow, it means drop as in eardrop – the old word for earring.
Snowdrops are also known as known as ‘Candlemas bells‘.
The Latin name for the snow drop is Galanthus, which means „milk flower„.
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Black cat. Orange pumpkin.
White ghost. Green-eyed monster.
Black, orange, white, green.
These are the colours of Halloween!
Set the spirit flying on the Halloween night! Here we have some ideas: Carve the pumpkin, light the candles, go trick or treating or just read these monster riddles to your kids.
|I am a monster that has been on a diet. There is no fat on me! Or muscle either! You might say that I am all skin and bones –without the skin. I rattle when I walk. And my teeth chatter when I talk.||I come from far, far away. Most people think I am green and hideous. But really I am not so bad. I am just looking for a few Earthlings to put in my zoo back on my home planet.|
|Who am I?______________________||Who am I?_______________________|
|I walk through walls as I please. Sometimes you can see me and sometimes you can’t. I moan and I groan. I rattle chains. You find me in old houses, graveyards, and castles.||Most of the time, you would never guess I was a monster because I look just like you. But once a month, I let my hair down and howl at the moon. But beware! If I bite you will become like me.|
|Who am I?_______________________||Who am I?_______________________|
|I was wrapped in white and buried in my tomb a long time ago.Now, I wait in the dark with my golden treasures all around. Outside the sand piles high over top my tomb.|
|Who am I?______________________|
|Dressed in black, I brew potions, I cast spells, and I put curses on people. If you bother me or my cat, you’ll sit on a lily pad and eat flies.||I live under bridges and in caves. I eat travelers that pass my way. I am large and ugly. I carry a club. Think of a word that rhymes with ‘roll.’|
|Who am I?||Who am I?|
Welcome! Have a seat. Dinner will be served shortly. Sorry we don’t have any garlic bread. I can’t stand it. What am I drinking you ask? Don’t worry . . . it’s . . um . . . grape juice. Now just relax while I look at your neck.
Who am I?_______________________
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Autumn leaves are falling down/Children playing on the ground
Making piles of yellow leaves/Gathering sweet memories
Din 06 septembrie, copiii sunt asteptati sa ia parte la activitatile noastre desfasurate in limba engleza, prin participarea la cursul Play to Learn! Program: Marti & Joi de la 18:00
Invatam engleza prin activitati diverse si lejere:
Alte activitati si programe pentru 2012-2013:
*Ateliere Educative, *Workshop-uri tematice, *Pregatire Examene Cambridge.
Inscrieri: 0757 525 372, firstname.lastname@example.org
01 Iun 2012 Un comentariu
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Have a sweet day full of Joy, Happiness and lots of Smiles! We dedicate a special poem to you:
Come meet the child/Who loves to be free,
Warmed by the sun/And kissed by the sea.
Come meet the child/Who watches each sky,
Searching for rainbows/Or objects that fly.
Come meet the child/Who hides from the dark,
Bees that can sting/Or dogs that will bark.
Come meet the child/Who’s eager for praise,
Told she is special/And loved many ways.
Come meet the child/Who’s so hard to see.
Come meet the child/That lives within me!
© Warren Publishing
05 Apr 2012 Un comentariu
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Easter falls in the spring, the yearly time of renewal, when the earth renews itself after a long, cold winter. The word „Easter” is named after Eastre, the Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring. A festival was held in her honor every year at the vernal equinox. The meaning of the many different customs observed during Easter Sunday have been buried with time. Nowadays, people celebrate Easter according to their beliefs and their religious denominations.
Easter Symbols: One of the oldest spring symbols in the world is the Egg. The oval shape of the egg is the same shape for a raindrop and a seed, these two were important life-giving elements. The egg itself promises new life as in spring, birds and many other animals are hatched from eggs. Originally Easter eggs were painted with bright colours representing the sunlight of spring. InEngland, members of the royal families gave each other gold-covered eggs as Easter gifts in the Middle Ages. Nowadays the eggs are given to children as Easter presents along with other gifts. They are usually eaten after an egg-tapping competition.
Easter Bunny. On Easter Sunday, many children wake up to find that the Easter Bunny has left them baskets of candy. He has also hidden the eggs that they decorated earlier that week. Children hunt for the eggs all around the house. Neighborhoods and organizations hold Easter egg hunts, and the child who finds the most eggs wins a prize. The Easter Bunny is a rabbit-spirit. Long ago, he was called the „Easter Hare„, hares and rabbits have frequent multiple births so they became a symbol of fertility. The custom of an Easter egg hunt began because children believed that hares laid eggs in the grass. The Romans believed that „All life comes from an egg” ,Christians consider eggs to be „the seed of life” etc. Other Easter symbols: (The Lamb, the lily, the cross, the candle)
Easter in Romania. In Romania, Easter is celebrated according to the rituals of the Orthodox Church. At the Easter Resurrection Mass, just before midnight, the priest comes out of the church to give blessings; he also gives people holy bread and provide the flame from which everyone will light their candles. Everyone tries to keep the flame alive until they arrive home. After the Lent, tables, are full with all sorts of good dishes and brightened up with beautiful coloured eggs, all these contribute to a festive atmosphere in Romanian homes. On Easter, Romanians eat roast lamb and broth, spiced minced lamb and fresh cottage cheese. Our wishes for you:
„May the gifts of Easter/Cause you much delight,
And the Sun of Easter/Make your pathway bright!”
13 Mar 2012 Lasă un comentariu
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17 Ian 2012 Lasă un comentariu
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You’re invited to our “Cambridge Club Tea Party” on 25th February, at 11:00 o’clock! Children aged (3 to 12 years) & parents too are invited to our party!
A child tea party is a truly magical experience that can create sparkling childhood memories. A tea party is an elegant way to spend an afternoon and learn a little about a different era in history. In Victorian England, “tea” was not only a drink – it was a whole meal! Invented as an afternoon snack between “dinner” (what we now call lunch) and “supper” (what we now call dinner), tea provided a break from work, a social event, and a chance to show off your elegant manners and superior hospitality. Back then, tea was imported from India and China in speedy sailing ships called “clippers.” Because of the high price, drinking tea was a sign of class, and the lady of the house was often the only one to hold the key to the “tea box” for fear that servants might steal some of the precious leaves.
Cambridge Club Tea Party includes:
N.B. This is Children’s Event! Parents will sit at separated tables, watching the party. Parents with small children can sit together in the Kids Corner (children’s tea table).
Dress Code: For girls: dress, hat, scarf, gloves etc
For boys: suit or just a shirt, bow tie, hat etc.
Rezervations: 0757 525 372 email@example.com (Free entrance!)
Be our guest and don’t be late! At 11 o’clock Tea is served!🙂
02 Ian 2012 Lasă un comentariu
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Pentru ca suntem inca in vacanta activitatile in limba engleza pentru copii vor incepe in data de 20.01.2012. De asemenea, va anuntam ca pe parcursul acestui an, surprizele si noutatiile se vor tine lant. Nu divulgam nimic deocamdata, altfel nu ar mai fi surpriza🙂
Pana la inceperea cursurilor, aveti la dispozitie adresa noastra de mail pentru inscrieri/ intrebari/informatii sau orice alte detalii. firstname.lastname@example.org
Toate cele bune!
Echipa Cambridge Club
22 Dec 2011 Lasă un comentariu
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„See the holidays through the eyes of a child. Remember your time as a child. Are we really that different? Wonder is not exclusive to children. The holidays are full of wonderment.” ~ Mark Toomey
May Joy and Happiness snow on You,
May the bells jingle for You
And may Santa be extra good to You!
Cambridge Club wishes you all these and more. Happy Holidays!
19 Dec 2011 Un comentariu
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„The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that Saint Nicholas soon would be there„. There was a kindly nobleman whose wife had died of an illness leaving the nobleman and his three daughters in despair. After losing all his money in useless and bad inventions the family had to move into a peasant’s cottage, where the daughters did their own cooking, sewing and cleaning. When it came time for the daughters to marry, the father became even more depressed as his daughters could not marry without dowries, money and property given to the new husband’s family. One night after the daughters had washed out their clothing they hung their stockings over the fireplace to dry. That night Saint Nicholas, knowing the despair of the father, stopped by the nobleman’s house. Looking in the window Saint Nicholas saw that the family had gone to bed. He also noticed the daughters’ stockings. He secretly tossed three bags filled with gold coins down the chimney. The bags fell into the stockings that were hanging by the fire. His kindhearted gift made it possible for all three daughters to marry and have a happy life. From this was born the legend of Santa coming down the chimney and placing gifts in children’s Christmas Stockings.
May you find your Christmas stockings filled with delight, fun, health and happiness!🙂
12 Dec 2011 Un comentariu
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Mare, mare bucurie la Santa’s Workshop! Copiii au dat dovada de entuziasm si implicare, de data aceasta, in cadrul atelierului de creatie. Activitatile desfasurate au fost un deliciu pentru cei mici pentru ca le-a stimulat interesul si dorinta de a se implica, de a realiza ceva prin stradania lor, dezvoltandu-si astfel creativitatea, imaginatia si fara efort am mai invatat cate ceva in limba engleza. Este cunoscut faptul ca acest gen de activitati, care stimuleaza creativitatea le da posibilitatea de a-si manifesta personalitatea, integrarea in colectiv, socializarea si dobandirea de noi cunostinte. Mai jos sunt cateva poze din cadrul evenimentului care ne-a placut mult, mult de tot!
17 Nov 2011 Lasă un comentariu
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Atelier dedicat micilor spiridusi!
Cambridge Club are placerea de a va invita, Sambata 10 decembrie, ora 11:00 la atelierul nostru de creatie. In cadrul acestui workshop dedicat sarbatorilor de iarna, copiii vor participa gratuit la activitati educative desfasurate in limba engleza.
Ce vom face? Iata cateva exemple:
• Coloram! • Lipim! • Decupam!
• Facem colaje, proiecte de grup:“Winter – a magic season”
• Ascultam/Vizionam/Cantam colinde de iarna
• Vizionam povesti de sezon: “Santa’s workshop” & “Santa’s Surprise”
• Art & Craft– “My funny snowman”( creatie individuala “Simpaticul Om de zapada”)
– nu se percepe taxa
– confirmati participarea intrucat locurile sunt limitate!
Joi (08.12.2011)este ultima zi in care se mai pot face inscrieri!
Inscrieri: 0757 525 372 email@example.com
01 Nov 2011 Lasă un comentariu
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What a great Halloween Party! We had lots of witches, fairies, vampires, ghosts, pumpkins and other Halloween characters. It was a delightful evening with lots of laughter. Kids were so excited, they danced, sang, coloured, watched funny Halloween stories and Snow White (the Host) gave them „little presents”. Thank you for your participation!
Here are some photos of our funny & enjoyable evening:
26 Oct 2011 2 comentarii
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Halloween is just around the corner in just 4 short days, we’ll be celebrating the very things that we fear in our every day lives. Things like ghosts, monsters, witches and other frightening creatures are to be paraded around because we are preparing a Halloween Party for Kids!
Children aged (3 to 10 years) are invited to our Party, on Monday 31.10.2011 at our location in Pipera. We are going to organize funny (not scary) activities, games and of course a special “Halloween Costume Contest”. Children will also enjoy our special snacks and treats and more other surprises. Be our guest!
For details: 0757 525 372 firstname.lastname@example.org
18 Aug 2011 Un comentariu
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“Cambridge Club” este un curs interactiv de limba engleza, destinat copiilor cu varsta cuprinsa intre 2-12 ani. Frecventa prescolarilor la curs este de doua ori pe saptamana, dupa amiaza. Activitatea se desfasoara in grupe mici de 5-10 copii, in functie de varsta si nivelul lor de cunoastere a limbii engleze. Programul de Weekend este destinat Scolarilor, in cadrul acestui Club se urmareste pregatirea elevilor pentru examenul Cambridge (YLE).
Punem accentul pe nevoia copiilor de:
Activitatile se desfasoara asadar, prin actiune, bazandu-se pe strategii activ-participative care incurajeaza plasarea copilului in situatia de a explora si de a deveni independent, si prin joc ca forma cea mai naturala de invatare. Gama variata de metode si tehnici de predare, face ca invatarea sa fie cat mai lejera, iar activitatile captivante pe care le desfasuram ajuta la o buna dezvoltare a abilitatilor
De ce sa alegi Cambridge Club?
Program: Luni-Vineri16:00-19:00, Sambata:11:00-19:00
Informatii si inscrieri : email@example.com/ 0757 525 372
11 Aug 2011 Lasă un comentariu
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Here’s a beautiful inspirational poem especially handpicked for you, to brighten your day. So, read this poem slowly to savor the deep wisdom shared. Enjoy!:)
THE POWER OF ONE
One song can spark a moment,
One flower can wake the dream.
One tree can start a forest,
One bird can herald spring.
One smile begins a friendship,
One handclasp lifts a soul.
One star can guide a ship at sea,
One word can frame the goal.
One vote can change a nation,
One sunbeam lights a room.
One candle wipes out darkness,
One laugh will conquer gloom.
One step must start each journey,
One word must start each prayer.
One hope will raise our spirits,
One touch can show you care.
One voice can speak with wisdom,
One heart can know what’s true.
One life can make the difference,
You see, IT’S UP TO YOU! ~
11 Iul 2011 Lasă un comentariu
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Does anybody know what time it is?
Yes… it’s the time to be happy
The time to be happy is now
And the place to be happy is here
And the way to be happy is to make someone happy
And we’ll have a little heaven right here
22 Apr 2011 Lasă un comentariu
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Easter Bunnies come to us
Hopping, hopping on the grass.
Bunnies jump on the ground
Bringing joy all around!
What they really want to say is:
Happy Easter Day!
La Clubul „Kids Love English” intr-o atmosfera de cantec si veselie, copiii au lucrat cu spor pregatind felicitari de Paste pentru cei dragi, cosuri cu oua si multe alte surprize in asteptarea lui „Easter Bunny”. Mai jos sunt prezentate momente de creatie:
02 Apr 2011 Un comentariu
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There is no more important job in any society than raising children, and no more important influence on how children develop than their parents.
Highly recommended for all parents, teachers, coaches and any other youth workers.
“People define good parenting in different ways…In my view, good parenting is parenting that fosters psychological adjustment — elements like honesty, empathy, self-reliance, kindness, cooperation, self-control, and cheerfulness. Good parenting is parenting that helps children succeed in school; it promotes the development of intellectual curiosity, motivation to learn, and desire to achieve. Good parenting is parenting that deters children from antisocial behavior, delinquency, and drug and alcohol use. Good parenting is parenting that helps protect children against the development of anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and other types of psychological distress.” Laurence Steinberg
08 Mar 2011 Lasă un comentariu
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Mother’s Day is more popularly known as Mothering Sunday, the origins of the holiday date back to centuries when it was considered important for churchgoers to visit their home or „mother” church once a year. During Lent, the practice became quiet popular, and in a society where children were often sent off to work in other villages at a very young age, it quickly became a time for family reunions and celebrations that were fondly cherished. A special cake, might also be brought along to provide a festive touch. Later, Mothering Sunday became a day when children and domestic servants were allowed a day off to see their families. Celebrated on the fourth Sunday of Lent, Mothering Sunday remains a time to pay mothers their due rewards for all their love and encouragement with flowers, candies, cards, and other tokens of appreciation.
Surprise your mother with an: Easy Pie for Mother ‘s Day
1 cup sugar
1 cup flour
1 cup milk
1 stick butter, melted
1 can peaches (or any favorite fruit), drained
In a bowl, combine sugar, flour and milk. Pour mixture over butter, stir and press into pie pan. Add peaches. Cook in bottom of oven at 450 degrees until brown.
Enjoy this special day! Happy Mother’s Day!!!
01 Mar 2011 Un comentariu
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THE ROMANIAN TRADITION OF THE “MARTISOR”
“Martisor” was a present that Romanians sent to each other on the first day of March, traditionally a gold coin suspended on a white-and-red braided thread with a silk tassel. The recipient used to wear it around his neck until he would see a blooming rose and the present was then placed on its branch; in this way Spring was poetically welcomed. The coin symbolized prosperity, the white-and-red thread, a metaphor of a person’s face white as a lily and rosy as a rose.
In the villages of Transilvania, the red-and-white wool yarn Martisor was pinned on gates, windows, sheepfolds, tied around the horns of cattle to protect from the evil eye and malefic spirits; it was believed that the red „color of life” represents vitality and regeneration.
In the folk tradition of the Carpathian mountain villages the Martisor was known as Drogobete, that time of the year when young women used to wash their face in „snow water” for getting „clean, pretty and white as the snow”.
In Bihor folk people believed that the rain water collected on March 1, and during the nine days of the Babe would make one handsome and healthy, while in Banat it was customary for young women to gather snow or water from wild berry leaves and wash their face with it spelling the magic words of the Drogobete for love:
„Wild berry flower of March/ make me dear to everyone/ send away from me any harm„.
THE LEGEND OF THE MARTISOR Another legend connects Martisor and “baba Dochia”, another belief of the beginning of spring. Legend says that Baba Dochia had a step daughter he hated so much and was submitted to all sorts of labor. Once “Baba Dochia” sent her to wash an old waistcoat to the river, in the dead of winter. She was supposed to wash the waistcoat until it became white. But as she washed it, the waistcoat became more black. Her saving came from a man named Martisor, who gave her a white and red flower to put on her hair. Immediately, the waistcoat became white, to astonishment and anger of “baba Dochia”, the old woman.
Seeing the flower, “baba Dochia” thought spring came and went with the sheep on the mountain. Because it was warm, Dochia has started to take off the waistcoats (9 in number). Finally the weather broke and it started to snow again. On the top of the mountain was shown Martisor, who said, „do you see how bad it is to sit in cold and wet? do you see how hard it was for your daughter to wash the waistcoat in the dead of winter?
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(A)ccepts you as you are
(B)elieves in „you”
(C)alls you just to say „HI”
(D)oesn’t give up on you
(E)nvisions the whole of you (even the unfinished parts)
(F)orgives your mistakes
(I)nvites you over
(J)ust „be” with you
(K)eeps you close at heart
(L)oves you for who you are
(M)akes a difference in your life
(P)icks you up
(Q)uiets your fears
(R)aises your spirits
(S)ays nice things about you
(T)ells you the truth when you need to hear it
(W)alks beside you
(X)-plain things you don’t understand
(Y)ells when you won’t listen and
(Z)aps you back to reality.
23 Feb 2011 Lasă un comentariu
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Va asteptam la Cluburile noastre de limba engleza!
Informatii suplimentare se gasesc atat pe site, mai sus mentionat cat si aici, pe blog, pagina „Cluburi Engleza”.
Inscrieri si orice alte intrebari pe: firstname.lastname@example.org
02 Feb 2011 Lasă un comentariu
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If children live with criticism, they learn to condemn.
If children live with hostility, they learn to fight.
If children live with fear, they learn to be apprehensive.
If children live with pity, they learn to feel sorry for themselves.
If children live with ridicule, they learn to feel shy.
If children live with jealousy, they learn to feel envy.
If children live with shame, they learn to feel guilty.
If children live with encouragement, they learn confidence.
If children live with tolerance, they learn patience.
If children live with praise, they learn appreciation.
If children live with acceptance, they learn to love.
If children live with approval, they learn to like themselves.
If children live with recognition, they learn it is good to have a goal.
If children live with sharing, they learn generosity.
If children live with honesty, they learn truthfulness.
If children live with fairness, they learn justice.
If children live with kindness and consideration, they learn respect.
If children live with security, they learn to have faith in themselves and in those about them.
If children live with friendliness, they learn the world is a nice place in which to live.
If you live with serenity,your children will live with peace of mind.
With what is your child living? by Dorothy Law Nolte
29 Dec 2010 Lasă un comentariu
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I wish you Health...
So you may enjoy each day in comfort.
I wish you the Love of friends and family…
And Peace within your heart.
I wish you the Beauty of nature…
That you may enjoy the work of God.
I wish you Wisdom to choose priorities…
For those things that really matter in life.
I wish you Generosity so you may share…
All good things that come to you.
I wish you Happiness and Joy…
And Blessings for the New Year.
I wish you the best of everything…
That you so well deserve.
HAPPY NEW YEAR FRIENDS!
May all your wishes come true!!!
22 Dec 2010 Un comentariu
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My Christmas wish for you, my friend
Is not a simple one
For I wish you hope and joy and peace
Days filled with warmth and sun
May you count your blessings, one by one
And when totaled by the lot
May you find all you’ve been given
To be more than what you sought
May your journeys be short, your burdens light
May your spirit never grow old
May all your clouds have silver linings
\And your rainbows pots of gold
I wish this all and so much more
May all your dreams come true
May you have a Merry Christmas friend
And a happy New Year, too ..
We wish you a merry Christmas
(Poet – anonymous)
02 Dec 2010 Lasă un comentariu
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Let Everyday Be Christmas
Christmas is forever, not for just one day,
for loving, sharing, giving, are not to put away
like bells and lights and tinsel, in some box upon a shelf.The good you do for
others is good you do yourself.
Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way! A long year of waiting and Christmas is back again. Christmas imparts magical touch to the whole earth with glittering light, food, love, gifts, and joy. Everyone seems to be happier and kinder. Christmas celebration is the most special celebration for kids. One thing, which everyone likes about Christmas, is to see kids with twinkling eyes and smile waiting for their gifts and cards. Christmas is special for kids because there is plenty of chocolates, cakes, candies and because of Santa Claus and his gifts for them. It is always a delight to watch the kids as they open their boxes of gift. No matter how young or old you are, definitely it’s a pleasure of receiving gifts from others that makes you happy. The reason for Christmas is one but the meanings for Christmas are many.
Christmas is near, be merry, be happy. Have a wonderful Christmas in advance!🙂
25 Nov 2010 Lasă un comentariu
Top Priority “Learn to be the best” organizeaza sambata, 27 Noiembrie, ora 11, in cadrul gradinitei Miniclub Cristina din Pipera un workshop de limba engleza. Acest Workshop este destinat copiilor cu varsta cuprinsa intre 4 -12 ani, in vederea inscrierii acestora in cadrul Clubului Cambridge.
Clubul Cambridge este un curs pentru copii care urmareste sa trezeasca interesul si placerea copiilor pentru limba engleza, sa le dezvolte capacitatea de a se exprima in aceasta limba, precum si spiritul de observatie, gandirea reproductiva si creativa.
In cadrul acestui Workshop se vor desfasura:
– Jocuri communicative
– Activitati de socializare
– Proiect de grup
De asemenea are loc si o prezentare de carte: Culegerea “Together”, culegere de limba engleza destinata copiilor si parintilor.
Nota: Nu exista taxa!
Confirmati participarea la Workshop la adresele de mail afisate mai jos, intrucat locurile sunt limitate!
24 Nov 2010 Un comentariu
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Thanksgiving Day Around the World
Thanksgiving is essentially a harvest related festival. It celebrates communal harmony marked as a sense of gratitude people feel for all the good things in life. This is done by offering prayers, gifting your near and dear ones. The fourth Thursday in the month of November is marked for the yearly celebration Though it is said to have been originated in America, a number of other countries celebrate harvest related festivals. They are observed with different names and in different seasons.
Harvest related festivals, all the over the world are characterized with lot of fun and merrymaking. Each region has its unique customs and traditions to jubilate the occasion. The celebration of Thanksgiving will be incomplete without the legendary Turkey. It derives its name from the ‘turk turk’ sounds it makes when scared. Turkey was at one time being considered as the national symbol of America. Benjamin Franklin felt that turkey was the right choice because it was a good runner and had a sharp sight. A bald eagle later became the national symbol of America.
This is the time for relatives living in different places to come together and celebrate.
A long, long time ago the Pilgrims made an ocean trip
From England to America in just one little ship.
That ship was called the „Mayflower,” and it was snug and warm
And kept the Pilgrims safe and sound through every wind and storm.
But after lots and lots of weeks of sailing on the sea,
The sight of land made all of them as happy as could be.
And they decided then and there that’s where they all would stay.
Of course, there was a lot of work to get all settled in,
But each and every Pilgrim was quite eager to begin.
And they were lucky, for it wasn’t long until they met
A very friendly Indian whose name was Samoset.
Now Samoset and all his Indian friends were kind and good
And tried to help the Pilgrims out in every way they could.
That spring they even helped in clearing land and planting seed.
So the Pilgrims would be sure of having food to fill their needs.
Tending to their growing crops so very carefully.
And then when it was finally time for harvesting that fall,
They found to their delight that they had lots and lots for all.
Of course, they were excited that they’d had such great success,
And they planned a celebration just to show their thankfulness.
They thought they’d fix a dinner that would really be delicious
Where there’d be huge amounts of everybody’s favorite dishes.
But they didn’t really feel as though the food was all their own,
For they knew without the Indians it never would of grown.
And so they asked their special friends if they would join the fun,
And Samoset and all the others said they’d gladly come.
For days ahead the Pilgrims started getting things all set
To make sure there was nothing they could possibly forget.
Then when the big day came, they set the tables up just so,
Then spread out all the food, and it was really quite a show.
At long last it was time to eat, and they all said a prayer
To offer thanks for that God had given them to share.
19 Nov 2010 Un comentariu
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Plenty of truth, love and affection
Then dip them into positive activities
Mixed with trust
Let simmer in joy, opportunity and education
Then bake in calmness and understanding
While cooling, keep your heart open
To see if any more ingredients may be needed
Such as: success souse and empowerment juice
Before you bring them to the table of life
Wrap them into some warm stay strong bread
11 Nov 2010 Un comentariu
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A group of students were asked to list what they thought were the present „Seven Wonders of the World.” Though there were some disagreements, the following received the most votes:
While gathering the votes, the teacher noted that one student had not finished her paper yet. So she asked the girl if she was having trouble with her list. The girl replied, „Yes, a little. I couldn’t quite make up my mind because there were so many.“The teacher said, „Well, tell us what you have, and maybe we can help”.”The girl hesitated, then read: „I think the ‘Seven Wonders of the World’ are:
The room was so quiet you could have heard a pin drop. The things we overlook as simple and ordinary and that we take for granted are truly wondrous! Remember the most precious things in life cannot be built by hand or bought by man.
29 Oct 2010 Un comentariu
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Who’s that knocking at my door
I must admit I’m a little scared
I open it and what do I see
A green monster and he’s growling at me.
Now I’m walking out that door,
I’m not gonna be scared no more,
I’m in my costume and I’m ready to be
The one who’s scaring you
The Origins of Halloween
Halloween is one of the oldest holidays with origins going back thousands of years. The holiday we know as Halloween has had many influences from many cultures over the centuries. The holiday originally comes from the Celts, who celebrated New Year on November the 1st and they had to store all the crops for a cold winter. For the Celts, winter was a dark time of year with fewer daylight hours. It was also a season associated with death. They believed that on the night of October 31, ghosts were able to come back to earth. The ghosts were not the friendly variety; instead, they came back to damage crops and torment the living. Since the barrier between the world of the living and that of the dead was thinner on October 31, this was the day when Celtic priests made predictions for the future.
“Samhain” was the name of this autumn harvest festival. Samhain means roughly in Old Irish “summer’s end,” and recognizes the fall harvest, and the separation of the end of the “lighter half” of the year from the beginning of the “darker half” of the year. November is the beginning of the “dark half” and is thus the beginning of half of the year, considered to be New Year’s Day for the Celts.
The Celtic priests were also known as the Druids, and they made Samhain a big event by lighting large bonfires. The Druids also dressed up in costumes that were made from animal heads and skins. When they were finished with the Samhain celebrations, the Celts re-lit the fires in their homes from the flames of those sacred bonfires. They thought it would help to keep them safe and warm all winter.
The Use of Costumes on Halloween
The use of masks and costumes was a practice of the Gaels who were mimicking the spirits in an attempt to quiet them. In Scotland young men wore masks, veils, or black painted faces while wearing white clothing. In the 19th and 20th centuries, children dressed in guises or costumes would go door to door seeking coins or treats.
Every late November, people in every house hang a least one ornament on their doors, to get in the spirit of the holiday. There are more than one ornamentation options and everybody decorates his house just as he pleases. The most “notorious” ornaments is the candle-pumpkin. It’s practically a pumpkin emptied on the inside and two eyes and a mouth are cut on its shell, and a candle is placed inside. Another way of decoration is the ghost and crown on the door. It’s a ghost standing in the middle of the crown made out of synthetic grass and small Halloween Pumpkins.
Another Halloween habit is trick-or-treating. It’s a game for the kids, they put on masks of ghosts, witches, zombies or scary monsters and go from door to door yelling out: Trick or Treat. It means that either you give them a treat or they play a trick on you. The most preferred treats are candy, chocolate or any other kinds of sweets and sometimes pumpkin pie and fruit salad.But no matter what they do, people always find a way to get into the spirit of the holiday, like everyone else should!
21 Oct 2010 Un comentariu
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Apple Day is an annual celebration, held on October 21 each year, of apples and orchards. It is celebrated mainly in the United Kingdom. Apple Day has played a part in raising awareness not only of the importance of orchards to landscape and culture, but to the growing interest in locality and in the provenance and traceability of food. From the start, it was intended to be both a celebration and a demonstration of the variety we are in danger of losing – not simply in apples, but richness and diversity of landscape, place, ecology and culture too. In city, town and country, Apple Day events have fostered local pride, celebrated and deepened interest in local distinctiveness.
Apple Day events can be large or small, from apple games in a garden to large village fairs with cookery demonstrations, games, apple identification, juice and cider, gardening advice, and of course many hundreds of apple varieties.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away! This is a saying that has stayed with us for many years. It is believed to have come from an ancient Roman proverb. The Romans truly believed the apple had magical powers to cure illnesses. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons why this might be true.
Apples have a good claim to promote health. They contain Vitamin C, which aid the immune system and phenols, which reduce cholesterol. They also reduce tooth decay by cleaning one’s teeth and killing off bacteria. It has also been suggested by Cornell University researchers that the quercetin found in apples protects brain cells against neuro-degenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s Disease.
So with all of this information we can see how the saying could have easily come about. Although not one of the more exotic or expensive rare fruits or superfoods on the planet, apples truly can be a benefit to our daily diet. An apple a day can definitely help keep the doctors away, and that my friend is tasty! 🙂
18 Oct 2010 Un comentariu
A aparut culegerea “Together” pentru tine si copilul tau! Acum in exclusivitate pe site-ul http://www.jucariidejucarii.ro (la produse noi) puteti achizitiona editia a doua revizuita si adaugita a cartii “Learn to be the best”, care a dus la perfectionarea cunostintelor de limba engleza a multor familii din Romania. Perfect structurata si adaptata nevoilor culegerea se adreseaza deopotriva adultilor si copiilor.
Scopul culegerii este acela de a veni in ajutorul parintilor si copiilor, facand invatarea unei limbi straine cat mai facila si atractiva. Metoda este extrem de eficace iar culegerea va ofera posibilitatea de a invata pas cu pas alaturi de copilul dumneavoastra.
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15 Oct 2010 Un comentariu
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Here are 3 easy-to-remember steps: I would advice you to think at the word CEK, which stands for:
Change Attitude, Expose Yourself & Keep Talking
Change Attitude – From my experience, this is the most common problems for anyone who wants to learn English. The point is you should realize that your goal is to communicate with people in English.You do not want to be an English professor or a professional translator, so do not worry about 100% correct grammar.
Expose yourself – This step means to expose yourself to English environment. Of course, it is better if you could come to US or UK to study or learn English but I would say that you don’t have to. This is the year 2010 and English is already everywhere: books, CDs movie, music, newspaper, articles and hundred of tourists who walk pass you everyday can be great learning sources.
Keep talking Whenever you have a chance to talk or to test your skills, just do it. You can even assume situation and talk to yourself. Do not worry about mistakes. Mistakes are not something to be feared, embarrassed by or to be worried about because more than any other reason they show that as a learner you’re willing to try. Effort and willingness to speak are one of the hardest parts of speaking English. All too often we fear what others will think if we make mistakes while we speak. If you never make a mistake you never improve! Everyone makes mistakes, Tiger Woods, David Beckam, Madonna etc. Who are you? Come on. Let’s go out and create your own lessons.
11 Oct 2010 Lasă un comentariu
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The eating of chocolate has long been associated with love. Apparently, the Aztec emperor, Monteczuma (c1502) drank fifty cups of chocolate a day to enhance his ardour.Chocolate contains Phenylethylamine and Serotonin both of which also occur naturally in the human brain. These mood lifting substances are released into the nervous system when we are happy and when we are experiencing feelings of passion, creating a a rise in blood pressure and heart rate and inducing a feeling of well being. So, when you need a lift – eat chocolate!
The first chocolate house was opened in London by a Frenchman. The shop was called the The Coffee Mill and Tobacco Roll. Costing 10 to 15 shillings per pound, chocolate was considered a beverage for the elite class.
1502 – Christopher Columbus introduces chocolate to Spain from his fourth voyage to the New World in 1502 but not as the product we know today. It was only consumed as a drink. The word „chocolate” was derived from the Aztec word xocolatl which means bitter water.
1615 – Anne of Austria (wife of Louis XIII) declares chocolate as the drink of the French Court , although this was only after much skepticism, as initially it was considered a „barbarous product and noxious drug”.
1640 – chocolate finds its way to England, among other European countries.
1828 – Dutch chocolate maker Conrad J. Van Houten created the hydraulic cocoa press. The press enabled chocolate makers to crush the „nibs,” or centers, of roasted cacao beans into a paste (Chocolate Liquor). After crushing, some of the cocoa butter was extracted.
1848 – English chocolate maker Joseph Storrs Fry created the first eating chocolate by further refining the cocoa, adding sugar, and mixing the cocoa butter back in.
1875 – Swiss Daniel Peter added condensed milk to chocolate and marketed the first solid milk chocolate bar.
Have a bar of chocolate! It makes your day sweeter!🙂
07 Oct 2010 6 comentarii
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Culegerea „Together” vine in intampinarea parintilor care se implica activ in procesul de educatie al copiilor lor.
Culegerea” Together” este editia revizuita si adaugita a cartii “Learn to be the best” aparuta in anul 2007.
Scopul culegerii este acela de a veni in ajutorul parintilor si copiilor, facand invatarea unei limbi straine cat mai facila si atractiva. Metoda este extrem de eficace iar culegerea va ofera posibilitatea de a invata pas cu pas alaturi de copilul dumneavoastra.
Cartea este structurata pe capitole, astfel incat pentru adulti exista un capitol foarte bine detaliat cu aspecte din gramatica limbii engleze cu aplicatii si teste de verificare iar pentru elevi, capitolele sunt destinate pentru a invata limba engleza prin metode atractive si eficiente facand apel la: imbogatira vocabularului, utilizarea lui in contexte diferite, redactarea unor texte cat si posibilitatea de a retine notiunile invatate cu ajutorul reprezentarilor grafice ce urmeaza a fi colorate.
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05 Oct 2010 Un comentariu
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Let the sky become
You will learn
How to serve.
Let the moon become
You will learn
How to love.
Let the sun become
You will learn
How to become.
World Teachers’ Day, held annually on 5 October since 1994, commemorates the anniversary of the signing in 1966 of the UNESCO/ILO Recommendation Concerning the Status of Teachers. It is an occasion to celebrate the essential role of teachers in providing quality education at all levels. This post is a tribute to teachers.
Good teachers impart good education. Great teachers groom their students to become leaders. Ordinary teachers direct us along the right path, but great teachers inspire us to seek our own path. They encourage us to discover our talents.
Children often take a liking to a particular subject simply because they love the person who teaches them that subject. Needless to say, children also dislike certain subjects when they dislike their teacher
I think anybody who imparts a special skill or knowledge is a teacher. So a friend who teaches you to ice-skate is a teacher. A sibling who educates you on social etiquettes is also a teacher. A good teacher not just imparts training but also inspires the student to learn.
As a teacher, I often encourage students with motivational speeches and quotes. But what motivates the teachers? I’ll tell you: Teachers gain inspiration when they see their students’ progress. This is the biggest motivation.
I’m not going to explore more this subject, I won’t talk about political issues and the way this affect educational process. I’ll stop here, just celebrating this day with fresh and unforgettable memories!
TEACHER : George, go to the map and find North America.
GEORGE : Here it is!
TEACHER : Correct. Now class, who discovered America ?
CLASS : George!
TEACHER : Tommy, why do you always get so dirty?
TOMMY : Well, I’m a lot closer to the ground than you are.
TEACHER : Ellen, give me a sentence starting with „I.”
ELLEN : I is…
TEACHER : No, Ellen….. Always say, „I am.”
ELLEN : All right… „I am the ninth letter of the alphabet.”
TEACHER : „Can anybody give an example of COINCIDENCE?”
JOHNNY : „Sir, my Mother and Father got married on the same day, same time
TEACHER : Desmond, your composition on „My Dog” is exactly the same as brother’s. Did you copy his?
DESMOND : No, teacher, it’s the same dog!
TEACHER : What do you call a person who keeps on talking when people are no longer interested?
PUPIL : A teacher.
22 Sep 2010 3 comentarii
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17 Sep 2010 3 comentarii
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Most people in our society follow certain common-sense rules, which today are necessary to get along with others. These rules of behavior are called ‘etiquette‘ or simply good manners. ([Etiquette, French, was a note of instructions given to someone invited to a royal reception.])
Most experts will tell you that teaching good manners and respectful behavior all starts at home. Parents need to show their children how good manners are appropriate and should be followed. Manners must be learned at an early age of the child’s development. Slowly as the youth grows older, he or she will find it easier to learn good manners if the other members of the family, especially parents, or teachers in schools as they treat one another politely and fairly.
Parents Teaching Good Manners: A lesson that many parents forget, is that they need to model what they want from their children. In other words, parents need to be watchful in what they say and do with each other in front of their children. Most children learn by imitating what they see. Parents need to explain to their children what is expected of them concerning good manners, however if the parent is not reinforcing it with good manners themselves, the effort is useless. The children should be taught that you don’t have to shout to be heard and they shouldn’t interrupt others whilst they are talking. The adults should praise and give affection in return for good manners. By showing your child good manners, you reinforce the expectations you have for your children.
4 Little Tips!
• Say please and thank you everyday.
• Praise your children liberally when they’re polite.
• Correct them when they’re not.
• Give constant reminders to say please and thank you.
Teaching Good Core Values for Good Manners:
Just explaining to your child and modeling that good manners behavior may not be successful. A child will need to have some core values explained to them so that good manners make sense. Some core values to focus on would be respect, honesty, and consideration. These three core values that good manners are based on. You can teach a child what to say such as ‘Thank you’ and ‘Yes, please’ but they are just words unless you have explained to them why they are important. When your child is well mannered, they are more likely to be liked by others. Parents of other children will enjoy your child around their children. Teachers will make sure that your child is successful in school. Your child will begin to develop a higher level of self-confidence with the positive responses they get back from their good manners.
Invest the time with your child to teach them not only the verbal good manners of ‘thank you’ and ‘please’ but also other etiquettes. The simple rule is to treat people kindly and courteously – remembering to behave as you would like others to behave towards you…
14 Sep 2010 7 comentarii
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Without focusing on education, you will find that your career choices are limited. The best way to reach career success is to map out a strategy and set goals. You should focus on things that you like, including hobbies, talents, and interests and determine a career goal. Once you have an idea of what you would like to do, you will need to create a plan or strategy to reach those goals. Without the proper education, our kids will never accomplish their career goals.
The more you LEARN, the more you EARN:
Have you ever noticed that the word LEARN contains the word EARN? Perhaps that is because the higher level of education you achieve, the higher level of income you are likely to command as well.
Learn how to learn. School teaches you how to gather, learn, and apply knowledge. No matter what career you choose, you will need to learn procedures, information, and skills related to your job, and execute tasks based on that information and training.
Develop interpersonal skills. School allows you to interact with other people and refine your communication skills, including those of persuasion, conflict resolution, and teamwork.
Learn time and task management. Learn how to manage projects, deadlines, and complete assignments efficiently and effectively.
Learn from experience of others. By attending school, you are able to learn from the experience and intellect of thousands of people who have gone before you. In just a few years, through your textbooks, research, and class lessons, school gives you a consolidated overview of theories, formulas, ideologies, and experiments conducted by generations of scientists, philosophers, mathematicians, historians, and other experts. While gaining your own personal work experience is helpful too, a formal education is a way to learn from centuries of others’ life and work and academic experience before you.
Education gives us the knowledge of the world around us. It develops in us a perspective of looking at life. It helps us build opinions and have points of view on everything in life. People debate over the subject of whether education is the only thing that gives knowledge. Some say, education is the process of gaining information about the surrounding world while knowledge is something very different. They are partly right. But the conversion of information to knowledge is possible because of education. Education makes us capable of interpreting rightly the things perceived. Education is not about lessons and poems in textbooks. It is about the lessons of life.
Education is important as it teaches us the right behavior, the good manners thus making us civilized. It teaches us how to lead our lives. Education is the basis of culture and civilization. Education cultivates us into mature individuals, individuals capable of planning for our futures and taking the right decisions. Education arms us with an insight to look at our lives and learn from every experience. The future of a nation is safe in the hands of educated individuals.
Education is important because it equips us with all that is needed to make our dreams come true. Education opens doors of brilliant career opportunities. Schools and colleges define the basic framework of education. Schooling gives us the fundamentals whereas we specialize in fields of our interest, during the degree courses. But education does not end here. It is a lifelong process. Self-learning begins at the point that marks the end of institutional education. The process of self-learning continues…
09 Sep 2010 3 comentarii
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‘I am’. Is the shortest complete sentence in the English language. ‘Underground’ is the only word in the English language that begins and ends with the letters ‘und.’ According to folk-lore Antidisestablishmentarianism is the longest word in the dictionary, it means being against separating church and state. Mel Blanc [the voice of Bugs Bunny] was allergic to carrots. Walt Disney was afraid of mice. It is possible to lead a cow upstairs but not downstairs . Ants stretch when they wake up in the morning . When tea was first introduced into England, people threw away the liquid and ate the leaves, seasoned with salt and pepper. We actually do not see with our eyes – we see with our brains. The eyes basically are the cameras of the brain. Intelligent people have more zinc and copper in their hair. During your lifetime, you’ll eat about 60,000 pounds of food. That’s the weight of about 6 elephants The elephant is the only mammal that can’t jump. The penguin is the only bird who can swim, but not fly. It is impossible to lick your elbow. A shrimp’s heart is in their head. The „sixth sick sheik’s sixth sheep’s sick” is said to be the toughest tongue twister in the English language. A duck’s quack doesn’t echo, and no one knows why. Like fingerprints, everyone’s tongue print is different.
06 Sep 2010 Un comentariu
As a parent you can help your child to learn English in a variety of different ways.First of all, you need to establish an awareness of other languages, especially the English language. As you help your child to learn English, you’ll be broadening their horizons and helping them out in their future as well.
One reason that it is such a great idea to make sure your children learn to speak English while they are young is because children learn languages so much faster than adults. Children have the ability to learn languages quickly and their minds are like little sponges, soaking up all the information possible to learn a language.
How to Begin
As a parent, there are a variety of different things that you can do to help your children learn English. Simply opening up your child’s mind to other cultures and languages is definitely a great start. The following are a few things worth purchasing to get your child started out in learning English.
Children’s Books– One very helpful thing to have around to help your child learn English is children’s books that are written in English. First of all, you can use these books by reading them to your children in the English language.
Reading to your child in English is very important, since reading to children has been proven to help their verbal development. So, even if your children are still very young, you can start now by reading English story books to them.
Flash Cards – As your child gets a bit older, some nice English flash cards may come in handy. Be sure that they are designed to help children learn English. Don’t just leave it up to your child to use the flash cards, but work with them and help them out with the flash cards. More than likely you’ll both learn a lot.
Games – Games are a fun and exciting way that you can get your child on their way to learning English. No doubt your children enjoy playing games, and you can get some great games that are designed to help younger children learn to speak the English language. Take the time to play the games as a family, and no doubt you’ll all learn new things about the English language.
02 Sep 2010 3 comentarii
Children playing on the ground
Making piles of yellow leaves
Gathering sweet memories
Am lansat acum cateva zile oferta completa de Cluburi de Limba Engleza atat pentru copii cat si pentru adulti. Intrucat locurile sunt limitate, cei interesati sunt rugati sa faca o rezervare pe adresa de mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Cursurile din cadrul Clubului Cambridge cat si Cursurile Intensive destinate Adultilor vor incepe pe data de 4 octombrie, 2010.
Partenerul nostru www.miniclubcristina.ro va ofera programe variate de activitati pentru Gradinita si After School, iar pana la data de 10 sept.2010 sunteti asteptati cu drag in fiecare Luni si Vineri (Zilele Portilor Deschise) intre orele 9:30 si 10:30 a.m pentru a putea simti atmosfera de care va beneficia micutul dvs daca ne veti alege pe noi ca alternativa de centru educational.
Va asteptam cu drag!
31 Aug 2010 Un comentariu
in Cursuri, Education & Culture, Engleza, Reading & Believing, Traditional Lifestyle Etichete:Arts, Courage, cultura, cursuri, educatie, England, engleza, English language, Health, Mental health, Self-Help, traditii, United States
These 9 Values can mean a variety of things to a variety of people. Here is one set of interpretations:
1. Be Brave, stand up for yourself and what you believe. Do not turn the other cheek.
2. Be honest with yourself. You only kid yourself if you lie be truthful to others.
3. Believe in your self. Stand by what you believe.
4. Stay true to yourself, your family, faith (in England,) and folk.
5. Develop self discipline and inner strength rather than relying on other stimulus. Follow these values. Teach others.
6. Your hearth should be welcoming to family and folk and help those in need.
7. Work hard to achieve your goals and make strong your inner Self.
8. Try not to rely on others, do what you can yourself.
9. Life is a hard path at times, but push yourself on till you reach your goal.
Learn these values yourselves and teach others to do the same!
30 Aug 2010 Lasă un comentariu
Sing in the shower.
Treat everyone you meet like you want to be treated.
Watch a sunrise at least once a year.
Strive for excellence, not perfection.
Compliment 3 people every day.
Never waste an opportunity to tell someone you love them.
Keep it simple.
Think big thoughts but relish small pleasures.
Become the most positive and enthusiastic person you know.
Say, „Thank you” a lot.
Say, „Please” a lot.
Remember other people’s birthdays.
Commit yourself to constant improvement.
Have a firm handshake.
Look people in the eye.
Be the first to say hello.
Return all things you borrow.
Make new friends, but cherish the old ones.
Keep a few secrets.
Plant flowers every spring.
Stop blaming others.
Take responsibility for every area of your life.
Be there when people need you.
Never underestimate the power of love.
Drink champagne for no reason at all.
Live your life as an exclamation, not an explanation.
Don’t be afraid to say, „I made a mistake.”
Don’t be afraid to say, „I don’t know.”
Keep your promises no matter what.
29 Aug 2010 4 comentarii
in Cursuri, Education & Culture, Engleza, Reading & Believing Etichete:Child, cultura, cursuri, educatie, Education, England, engleza, English language, Family, Language, limbi straine, Methods and Theories, Schools and Classes
Un copil poate şi este indicat să înveţe o limbă străină de la o vârstă cât mai fragedă.
Un copil poate să înceapă să vorbească o limbă străină de când începe să articuleze cuvinte în limba maternă. Capacitatea creierului de a recepta şi de a învăţa limbi străine este foarte mare la vârste mici. Aşadar, la vârsta de 2-3 ani, când achiziţionează limbajul matern, copilul poate învăţa, în paralel, şi o altă limbă. În plus, copiii au o capacitate surprinzătoare de a face distincţia între cele două limbi pe care le învaţă, deci 2-3 ani nu este o vârstă prea mică”-psihopedagog A. Stănculescu.
La 3 ani, copilul devine mai curios şi adulţii pot colabora cu el, pentru că vorbeşte şi începe să înţeleagă sensul cuvintelor. Este recomandat totusi să se aştepte întâi învăţarea limbii materne foarte bine, înainte de a învăţa să citească într-o altă limbă. Dacă se vorbeşte şi în casă acea limbă, este cu atât mai bine pentru copil, pentru că la 6 ani va ajunge să vorbească în două limbi”- psiholog A. Ivan.
Pe la vârsta de 4 ani, devine activă şi se manifestă capacitatea de memorare. „Vârsta aproximativă de 4 ani, în funcţie de dezvoltarea psiho-neuro-somatică a copilului, este prielnică în a asimila o limbă străină. Dar trebuie să se insiste şi să se menţină un program permanent de învăţare a limbii alese, deoarece copilul uită repede, pentru că fixarea este fluctuantă şi adeseori superficială”
În concluzie, puneţi-l pe copil să înveţe o limbă străină încă de mic, şi nu la şapte ani, concluzionează specialiştii. „E bine să înveţe o altă limbă cât mai de mici şi până învaţă scrisul şi cititul la şcoală”.Copiii nu fac confuzii între cuvinte, dacă învaţă mai multe limbi
Specialiştii demontează de asemenea şi mitul potrivit căruia copiii pot face confuzii între cuvinte atunci când învaţă mai multe limbi.Pentru copil nu este mai dificil să înveţe două limbi în acelaşi timp decât una singură. Copilul este capabil să diferenţieze mai multe limbi încă înainte de a începe să vorbească. Creierul nefiind format, înmagazinarea mai multor limbi în paralel se face natural”, psiholog. Izsak.
În situaţia în care părinţii au divergenţe asupra limbii pe care copilul să o înveţe, atunci fiecare părinte îl va învăţa limba preferată, deoarece copilul va şti cum să vorbească cu fiecare dintre ei, spun psihologii.
Metode de Invatare!
Pedagogii şi psihologii au căzut de acord că, modul cel mai eficient ca un copil să înveţe o limbă străină este conversaţia.“O limbă străină se învaţă cel mai bine prin conversaţie permanentă. Copilul învaţă permanent, făcând orice activitate – merge, se uită la ceva, se joacă. Toate aceste activităţi verbalizate în limba în care vrem să înveţe îl ajută să achiziţioneze acel limbaj”, pedagog A. Stănculescu.
Totuşi, metodele de învăţare diferă de la copil la copil, în funcţie de particularităţile de dezvoltarea ale fiecăruia şi de ritmul propriu de învăţare.
„Metodele trebuie să fie personalizate, pentru ca cel mic să atingă nivelul de cunoştinţe necesar fără ca acest lucru să însemne o oboseală prea mare din partea sa. Unii copii sunt mai avantajaţi în învăţare prin susţinerea conversaţiilor, alţii prin repetarea expunerii unor imagini concomitent cu verbalizarea”
„De aceea, la această vârstă, la 3-4 ani, învăţarea este cea mai indicată prin joc ca metodă de predare-învăţare. Jocurile didactice sunt jocuri cu reguli în care domină strategii intelectuale”
„Jocurile, cântecele reprezintă o metodă bună de învăţare, pentru că cei mici nu au răbdare să stea pe scaun şi să li se predea o lecţie”
„Atenţia voluntară creşte de la 12-14 minute până la 45-50 minute în joc, audiţii, vizionare de diafilme, teatru de copii”, spune Izsak.La copilul şcolar mic se utilizează forme de învăţare simple bazate pe solicitările memoriei. Sunt mai active formulele legate de impresionabilitate şi atractivitate (culoare, imagine).
Specialiştii nu sunt însă de acord cu învăţarea de la televizor sau cu ajutorul CD-urilor, pe care le văd nişte metode statice. TV -ul şi CD-urile „leneşesc” neuronii
“Televizorul şi CD-urile sunt o activitate statică, la fel ca şi calculatorul. Aceasta este o activitate pasivă de învăţare, dar copilul devine sedentar şi neuronii care ar trebui să lucreze activ pentru învăţare stau, pe când, în jocuri, copiii sunt activi, devin implicaţi”, psiholog A. Ivan.
Cu acest articol sper ca am reusit sa vin in intampinarea parintilor, dandu-le informatii precise si utile, de un real folos pentru buna dezvoltare si educatie a copiilor lor.
29 Aug 2010 Lasă un comentariu
Young Mary, only four years old, returned home from Nursery School complaining, ‘Mummy, I’ve got a stomach ache.’
‘That’s because your stomach is empty,’ her mother replied kindly. ‘You’ll feel better when you have something in it.’
She made Mary a small snack and soon enough, Mary felt better immediately.
Later that afternoon Mary’s teacher dropped by to see her mother. While she was chatting with Mary’s mum, she mentioned she’d had a bad headache all day long.
Mary perked up straightaway and announced to her teacher, ‘That’s because it’s empty. You’d feel better if you had something in it!’
28 Aug 2010 2 comentarii
in Cursuri, Education & Culture, Engleza, Reading & Believing, Traditional Lifestyle Etichete:19th century, arta, Beverages, Bone china, Buckingham Palace, cultura, cursuri, educatie, engleza, English language, Food, Recreation, Tea, traditii
“Strange how a teapot can represent at the same time the comforts of solitude and the pleasures of company”
In the past whether you took „afternoon tea” or „high tea” was a peek into your social standing. Afternoon Tea was a light elegant meal served between a light lunch and late dinner, usually between 3 o’clock and 5 o’clock, and was mainly confined to the aristocracy with their leisurely lifestyle. High Tea was a more substantial meal, including meat and/or fish, and was really an early dinner which well suited the middle and lower classes after a long day at work.
Afternoon Tea’ did not exist before the 19th century. At that time lunch was eaten quite early in the day and dinner wasn’t served until 8 or 9 o’clock at night. But it wasn’t until Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, asked for tea and light refreshments in her room one afternoon, around 1830, that the ritual began.
The Duchess enjoyed her ‘taking of tea’ so much that she started inviting her friends to join her. Before, long having elegant tea parties was very fashionable. Demand for tea wares grew and soon there were tea services in silver and fine bone china, trays, cake stands, servers, tea caddies, tea strainers, teapots, and tea tables.
So, the institution of tea connected with afternoon snack at four P.M. became widely known, this was postponed to five o’ clock in the 20th century.
Have a tea! Have a cup of life!:)
27 Aug 2010 Lasă un comentariu
M-am gandit sa postez pe acest blog unele teme dezbatute la cursul pentru adulti. Fiecare cursant a avut de ales o tema preferata pe care sa o dezvolte in scris si apoi propusa spre dezbatere si schimb de opinii cu colegii de curs.
“Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society”
First of all, one must wonder if clothes make the man or a man makes the clothes. It is indeed a dilemma. In my opinion you have to take care of your look and attitude, first impression matters all the time, maybe you don’t have a second chance….:) So, if you have a good attitude, a good character and look nice and clean you have all the chances to be appreciated. by Alina
“Music is the universal language”
Music has more power and influence on human emotions than any natural or artificial stimuli. Music certainly is a language, it is universal.It is a fact that humans can express themselves through music, music has an irresistible power over emotions; a sad melody can makes us sad, a fast lively melody can energize us while a slow peaceful melody calms down our tension.
Music is literally a natural drug because it releases you from every other worries. We tend to identify with a particular song to represent significant milestones in our life.Music enables us to interact with each other, on a level far above a spoken word. It can affect our moods and represent key experiences in our lives that ultimately define who we are.As a language, music speaks directly to the soul, our inner being. It speaks our moods and touches our emotions. It does not have to be understood, it has to be enjoyed! Music is the language I speak, it is a necessary part of my life. by Vlad
“Money makes the world go round”
This cliché “Money makes the world go round” is thought by most of the people. Nowadays our society embraced this cliché like a cult of the individual. They think money rules everything and everybody. It may be true, sometimes if you don’t have money, you feel rather restrained.Most of the people lost true values like: believing in God, believing in harmony, peace; in our culture it is said that money represents “the eyes of devil”. You can buy everything except health and happiness. So, if you have lots of money without being happy or healthy, you’ll be miserable in comfort. by Mihaela
“Tomorrow is another day”
This proverb is considered to be a very optimistic message. It gives you strength that the next day is waiting for you. It makes you feel better, it gives you power. For example if you had a bad day, this message gives you hope and courage. The following day could be a very good day for you. I think positive all the time, so I truly believe tomorrow brings something better! by Crina
27 Aug 2010 3 comentarii
2 Nu va lasati calauziti de ideile preconcepute in materie de pronuntare, ortografie, sens ori gramatica;
3 Tineti minte mereu ca engleza nu se invata singura: e o fortareata ce trebuie cucerita prin atacuri repetate zilnic, pe mai multe planuri, din toate unghiurile posibile;
4 Nu inventati traduceri, pronuntari, ortografii sau modalitati de folosire a cuvintelor;
5 Formati propozitii si fraze dupa modelul englezesc ( si nu romanesc)repetand modelele pe care le vedeti si le auziti;
6 Nu formati propozitii fara subiect;
7 Nu despartiti cuvintele la sfarsit de rand;
8 Nu evitati dictionarele, gramaticile, manualele, cartile de exercitii si inca mai putin lecturile in original;
9 Nu lasati sa treaca o zi fara sa cititi un text, sa ascultati programele de radio sau televiziune, fara sa copiati macar cateva propozitii si sa le traduceti, fara sa faceti un exercitiu, sa repetati cuvintele invatate in zilele anterioare si inca cinci verbe neregulate pana la epuizarea lor;
10 Nu uitati ca in engleza nimic nu e predictibil, totul este ca un roman politist, plin de surprize
Si inca o porunca: Repetati-le pe toate cele dinainte!🙂
26 Aug 2010 Lasă un comentariu
Cu totii ne gandim la viitor, cu totii nazuim sperante si vise si incercam sa facem in prezent ceea ce ne va aduce stralucirea si implinirea mai tarziu!
Asadar, in cele de mai jos sunt pregatite cateva oferte pentru cei care vor mai mult si mai bine, au o puternica vointa de imbunatatire si de perfectionare a cunostintelor de limba engleza.
Curs pentru Copii
“Cambridge Club” este destinat prescolarilor (4-7 ani) si elevilor din ciclul primar (7-12 ani), care au nevoie de un mediu propice in care sa poata explora aceasta limba la un nivel superior de cunoastere. Plecand de la premiza ca fiecare copil este special, este unic, fiecare avand un potential ce trebuie exploatat, acest curs ii ajuta nu numai in dobandirea cunostintelor de limba engleza, dar pune accentul si pe modul in care copilul percepe, asimileza cunostintele, impulsionandu-l sa cerceteze, sa caute, sa asculte, sa intrebe, sa se amuze, sa priveasca totul prin prisma entuziasmului. Un copil entuziasmat, invata mult mai usor si cu mai mult spor!
– predarea vocabularului pe arii tematice: familia, scoala, natura, timp liber, sarbatori etc. – dezvoltarea capacitatii de comunicare, se pune accentul pe deprinderile de ascultat- vorbit-citit si scris;
– activitatile vizeaza comunicarea degajata, care este inlesnita prin antrenarea simturilor:
(culoare, sunet, miscare, activitate practica)
– dezvoltarea unei atitudini entuziaste fata de limba engleza, astfel incat copilul sa poata explora aceasta limba si comunica fara teama de a gresi.
*Specificul Cursului: general/conversational; metodele de predare sunt inovative, interactive si pun accentul pe comunicare insotita de explicatii si exercitii gramaticale.
Suportul Cursului: publicatii proprii, carti de la edituri de prestigiu, fise de lucru, suport audio-video.
Nota: Monitorizarea nivelului de cunostinte prin teste periodice de verificare
Se emit rapoarte semestriale catre parinti, in care sunt trecute toate activitatile desfasurate si modul in care copilul s-a implicat, inclusiv testele periodice de verificare a progresului.
Curs Intensiv de Limba Engleza pentru Adulti
Cursul de limba engleza se adreseaza acelor persoane care au cunostinte minime de limba engleza sau acelora care intampina dificultati, nu pot inlatura barierele de comunicare, dar care poseda o maxima vointa de a stapani aceasta limba la un nivel optim.
– explicarea notiunilor de gramatica si imbogatirea vocabularului, atat de necesare si fara de care, o persoana nu se poate angaja intr-o conversatie;
– abordarea interactiva a temelor de conversatie/discutie/dezbatere, astfel incat cursantul este stimulat/incurajat sa participe, exprimandu-si astfel propriile idei si opinii;
– sprijinirea cursantului in dobandirea unei atitudini entuziaste si plina de incredere
Cu un astfel de bagaj de cunostinte bine sintetizate si fixate in cadrul orelor de curs, cursantii vor inlatura barierele de comunicare, se vor simti increzatori si pregatiti pentru situatii viitoare carora le vor face fata cu succes..
Nota: Cursul Intensiv este de 60 de ore, in 15 sapt.( 2 ore x 2 zile/sapt)
Cursurile vor incepe pe 20 septembrie.
Program copii: Marti & Joi, ora 18:00- 19:30
Program adulti: Luni & Miercuri, ora 18:00- 20:00
In cazul mai multor cereri privind imposibilitatea de a participa la curs in cadrul saptamanii, cursul se poate desfasura si in weekend!
! Inscrierile la curs se fac pe email@example.com