Bonnie Scorer at “Make It Your Own” and I have just done a very interesting interview about her creative life with three kids. I hope you will enjoy it. Read more
My daughter writes about one of her favourite cartoons. Or, to be more exact, she dictates and I type. Read more
Let us talk about love. Today I’m looking at it through the eyes of John Demartini and Osho. Will be glad if you join in. http://olga-ekb.ru/story/2014/04/10/love-air
Sorry, I’ve been absent for such a long time. Many things have happened since I posted here last. The most important event for me is that my daughter is bilingual in the true sense of the word. She can speak both English and Russian! You can listen to her singing “Jingle Bells” and retelling “Cinderella” here: http://olga-ekb.ru/story/2014/01/29/pomoshchnik-uchitelya
A very inspiring interview with Julie Voigt, an art teacher and the author of the blog “Art for Small Hands”: http://olga-ekb.ru/interview/2013/10/29/art-small-hands
What is parent-child quality time for you? Join in the discussion: http://olga-ekb.ru/story/2013/08/28/parent-child-quality-time
An easy way to teach your child the value of time. Fun in the process is guaranteed: http://olga-ekb.ru/blog/2013/07/21/getting-things-done
Two of the most important relationships in one’s life are the relationship with one’s mother and the relationship with one’s child. The following post is a collection of quotes and links that have reached the very bottom of my heart: http://olga-ekb.ru/blog/2013/06/26/mother-and-child-relationship
In the following post I’m answering my English-speaking colleague’s question about teaching children. Will be glad if you join the discussion: http://olga-ekb.ru/story/2013/03/28/teaching-children-english
Hello, my dear English-speaking readers!
Hope you haven’t forgotten me despite my long silence. I’m really very sorry if you have.
My absence let me analyze the situation and brought about some changes. I realized I’m not coping with three blogs. At the same time I realized how dearly I love all of them. So I decided to move all the contents of this blog HERE>>>.
That is the site I continue to contribute to. And not only me – some of my Russian colleagues and acquaintances interested in teaching English to their children are also contributing to the site.
I would really appreciate your comments there. I hope the registration procedure you would have to undergo in order to take part in our discussions will not frighten you away.
My dear readers! I feel obliged to explain my long absence. The thing is that in September I started a new site in Russian devoted to English language learners. Here it is: “Клуб любителей английского языка”. So these two months I’ve been having quite a hectic time. But I have been missing you!
And I’m going to return. Now time has come for me to rearrange this blog. I’m working on it now, which keeps me far too busy to publish any new posts, though I have lots of new ideas which I’m eager to share with you. The blog is going to have a new face and a new domain name. I’ll keep you posted. 🙂
See you soon.
I’m proud and happy that it is the second time my blog has been awarded! This time I received a Liebster Award from the hands of my fellow blogger Ariana at Pearl’s Twirl. I can’t say what I love more about her blog: “her American world” or “the hint of her Russian personality”. I just love Ariana’s blog: the topics she picks for her blog posts, the slightly ironical way she uses to write about everything, her love for life and enthusiasm about anything she does. Recently I had a pleasure to interview Ariana for my Russian site about her relationship with the English language. Read the rest of this entry »
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