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Russian Christmas traditions explained to kids in Pamplona

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Russian Christmas traditions explained to kids in Pamplona


24.01.2019


Russian Christmas traditions were explained to kids of Russian school Nadezhda in Pamplona, Spain. Russkiy Mir Foundation supports this school. 

Kids of 6-7 years listened interesting story about national symbols and history. Children of 5-6 years learned Russian alphabet and developed reading skills. Preschoolers were acquainted with Russian fairytales. 

Older children (7-11 years) learned about personal pronouns and made an angel, the symbol of Christmas. 

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