Cultural Center "Rublevo" conducts classes online. The center's YouTube channel is regularly updated with new videos. Workshops, vocal lessons, methods of preparing children for school can be found here. The channel also contains recordings of performances by the creative teams of the center.
Thanks to the online format, not only participants of the circles and sections "Rublyovo", but also everyone who wishes can take part in the classes. After all, the videos are in the public domain. For example, teacher Sergei Tarasov will teach you how to sculpt clay figurines. At the last lesson, the master invited the children to mold a chicken. The step-by-step instructions are great for working. If any stage is not clear, you can watch it again.
And in Olga Miryaeva's online classes, children learn to read and count. “I try to keep the video lessons short so that the kids do not sit too long in front of the screens. In addition, it is difficult for children to perceive large amounts of information,”she says, stressing that children who are preparing to go to first grade need to study every day. This way the material will be better remembered.
Preschoolers will also be interested in paper-making classes under the guidance of Irina Martynova. Children will create simple crafts. Using a ruler, sheets of white and colored paper, glue, a simple pencil, scissors and felt-tip pens, you can make a mouse figurine.
There are also classes for adults on the YouTube channel of the Rublevo Cultural Center. They will learn to paint and dance. And videos with workout recording will help you keep yourself in great shape.
Now the cultural center is preparing to hold an open festival-competition "To the Glory of the Fatherland". There is no exact data yet on whether it will be face-to-face or online. Traditionally, creative teams not only from Moscow, but also from other regions of Russia take part in it. Last year, participants from the Moscow, Vladimir, Tver regions presented their works.
- Elena Krasnova Photo by the author