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Start the school year with organized group tenting event!

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Register for summer sleep-away adventure camp in PA.

Please visit our Open House on Sunday, March 26, 3PM-4PM at Stuart Hall in Princeton (corner of Alexander Rd and Dickinson St.)
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Registration is opened for Summer camp 2017 in North Brunswwick

Summer Camp 2017 in North Brunswick
The camp is designed to promote Russian Language through a variety of activities, which include Russian, math, theater, Art , chess and sport all day long!
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North Brunswick location Schedule

 

Classes will be held on: 09/09, 09/16, 09/23, 10/07, 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/04, 11/11, 11/18, 11/02, 11/09, 11/16,


Our classes in North Brunswick, NJ


Filter by subject: Afterschool_Art, Afterschool_Chess, Art, Chess, Drop_off, English, Math, Russian, Second_Language_Russian,

  class   grade   time   teacher   description
   Afterschool_Art camp 2017              Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Afterschool_Chess camp_counc              Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art 0          9:40-10:25    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art 1      k-2    10:40--11:25    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art 2      k    11:40-12:25    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art 4      mi    12:45-1:45    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Art 5          1:00-1:45    Larisa Tsvetkova       
   Chess 0          12:50-1:35    N. M. Karakashyan       
   Chess Advanced          9:45-10:30    N. M. Karakashyan       
   Chess Interm 2      3/4    11:30-12:15    N. M. Karakashyan       
   Chess Intermid 1          10:40-11:25    N. M. Karakashyan       
   Chess Level 1          2:0-3:000    Yurii Karakashyan       
   Drop_off I      pre-sch    9:45-12:30    n/a    Russian
Art
Early logic 
   English 1/2(new2/3      1/2    9:30-10:30    Elizabeth Breau       
   English 3 (new 4)      2/3    10:40-12:10    Elizabeth Breau      Albert Einstein once said, “If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” This class is designed to stimulate your child’s interest in reading with fairy tales, folk tales, and short poetry while reinforcing his or her academic skills with a rich, workbook-based curriculum that aligns to the Common Core. Weekly assignments will include grammar, vocabulary, and writing. Students will become familiar with all stages of the writing process and with the practice of peer review. Assessments will include vocabulary tests, grammar quizzes, and writing assignments that review the skills the children have been learning. 
   English 3a(new 4a)      2/3    10:30-11:30    Elizabeth Breau       
   English 4/5(new5/6      5 gr    12:15-1:45    Elizabeth Breau      Fifth graders are preparing for middle school, and this class will use poetry, short fiction, and a variety of critical thinking exercises to challenge your student to advance to the next level! Students will read and discuss a wide variety of material while also using a rich, workbook-based curriculum that aligns to the Common Core. When writing, we will emphasize the steps of the writing process: brainstorming, outlining, drafting, peer review, and revision. Students will also complete independent research projects that require them to find and synthesize information from various sources. Weekly assignments will include grammar, vocabulary, and writing. Assessments will include vocabulary tests, grammar quizzes, and writing assignments that are designed to prepare students for PARCC as well as for the more advanced material they will be expected to master in middle school. 
   English Debate      9/10    2:05-3:35    Lane Lawrence       
   English SAT          12:35-2:05    Lane Lawrence       
   Math 1          12:40-1:40    Mikhail Chernobilsky       
   Math 2      1    10:30-11:30    n/a     
   Math 2 (new 3)      2    11:40 -12:40    Mary Marvin      Students will learn operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with numbers up to 20, and higher as we progress. Word problems using these operations, along with determining exactly which one to use, will be given on all homework assignments. Building numbers by grouping ones to make tens will be introduced with many examples. Along with building number skills and sense, topics such as graphs, sequences and patterns (both picture and number patterns), simple geometric shapes will also be covered. Logic puzzles and problems will be done in all class periods. 
   Math 3 (new 4)      3    8:45-10:00    Mary Marvin      Math 2
Students will learn the following areas of common core curriculum for math:
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
• Represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction within 100.
• Work with equal groups of objects to gain foundations for multiplication
Number and operations in base ten
• Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones and the numbers 100, 200,….., 900 refer to one, two…., nine hundreds.
• Count within 1000; skip-count by 5s, 10s and 100s
• Read, write and compare numbers to 1000 using base-ten numerals and >, =, < symbols to record the results
• Fluently add and subtract within 100 using strategies based on place value, properties of operations and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction
• Mentally add and subtract 10 or 100 to and from a given number 100-900
• Compose or decompose tens or hundreds to add or subtract numbers under 1000.
Measurement and Data
• Measure and estimate lengths in standard units.
• Measure the length of an object twice, using length units of different lengths, for example, a centimeter and a meter, and then describe how the two measurements relate to size of the unit chosen.
• Estimate lengths using units of inches, feet, centimeters and meters
• Draw a picture graph and a bar graph to represent a data set with up to four categories.
• Geometry
• Recognize and draw shapes having specific attributes, such as a given number of angles or a given number of equal faces
• Partition a rectangle into rows and columns of same-size squares and count to find the total number of them
• Partition circles and rectangles into two, three or four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves, thirds and describe the whole as two halves, three thirds and four fourths. 
   Math 3 B          11:35-12:35    Mikhail Chernobilsky       
   Math 3a(new 4a)      3    12:45-2:15    Mary Marvin       
   Math 4 (new mat      4    10:05-11:35    Mary Marvin      Math 3 This is a class for students who have thoroughly mastered addition and subtraction of numbers to 1000, have deep knowledge of place value, know multiplication table up to 12 and related division facts; havve basic understanding of fractions, can solve simple multi-step word problems including problems which involve multiplication and division. We will continue with addition, subtraction, multiplication andlong division, paying special attention to mental calculation, standard units of length, weight and capacity in the metric and customary systems, the relationships among units, addition and subtraction of compound units. We will also go further with fractions including equivalent fractions, addition and subtraction of fractions with like and unlike denominators, and working with money and telling time. Geometry moves from the basic shapes to the different parts of geometric objects - points, lines and angles. Students will also have the opportunity to apply what they are learning to more practical purposesby solving more challenging problems involving multiplication, division,fractions, area and perimeter. In addition, starting February we will include a series of PARCC test-prep sessions. Finally, throughout the year, we will be solving many non-routine problems and puzzles from different areas of mathematics. 
   Math 6A(new7A)      6    2:20-3:50    Mary Marvin      Students will continue learning how to deal with fractions, including finding common denominators for more than two fractions, multiplication of mixed numbers and more difficult fraction word problems. Decimals, to the ten-thousandths place and their equivalent fractions will be covered. Other topics will include finding the average of a group of numbers, ratio, percent, graphs and geometry such as area of a triangle and other geometric shapes besides squares and rectangles. Along with these topics some special and interesting topics like sets and probability will be introduced, we’ll look at Pascal’s triangle also. Logic problems and puzzles will be part of each lesson, as well as practice for the Common Core tests next spring so kids will be thoroughly prepared and ready. 
   Math 8A(new9A)      8    Saturday 9:00-10:30    Mary Marvin      We will continue with Algebra, moving into more difficult topics now. We will study quadratic equations and their graphs extensively, including transformations of quadratics (shifting, etc.) Many word problems, showing the usefulness of a quadratic equation will be looked at. Fractional expressions and equations, complex numbers (imaginary, using “i”) and absolute value equations will be studied. Along with this, we’ll do MOEMS problems each week, now at the “M” level, as well as some very exciting and challenging problems from other contests like AMC, Math Counts, Mandelbrot. This class requires a very strong mathematical background and there is a placement test required for new students who wish to try it out. 
   Math Alg2_nSAT      7    12:35-2:05    n/a     
   Math Algebra 1          2:10-3:40    Mikhail Chernobilsky       
   Math Algebra 2      8    12:35-2:05    Oksana Boguslavskaya       
   Math Base of Al      6    9:20-10:50    Oksana Boguslavskaya       
   Math Geometry              Michael Chernobylsky       
   Math K          10:45-11:30    Mikhail Chernobilsky       
   Math Preal(Alg1      7    10:55-12:25    Oksana Boguslavskaya       
   Math SAT      9    2:10-3:40    n/a     
   Russian 1      1    11:15-12:30    Liliya Brammer       
   Russian 1(new2)      k/1    12:30-2:00    Tatiana Salnikova       
   Russian 3 (new3/4)      3    10:00-11:30    Julia Gordeeva      Дети из русскоговорящих семей, говорящие по-русски и умеющие читать по слогам.
Основные направления учебной программы:
- расширение словарного запаса: знакомство со значением новых слов, различные формы работы со словом: словообразование, синонимов и антонимов, однокоренные слова;
- развитие связной устной речи: обучение пересказу, составление рассказа по серии картинок и на определенную тему, развития умения сравнивать, формулировать вопросы, правильное употребление слов,
- знакомство с произведениями детской литературы, чтение и обсуждение книг
- дальнейшее развитие навыков чтения, переход от чтения по слогам к чтению целыми словами,
- разучивание стихов и песен,
- обучение письму,
- знакомство с основными правилами грамматики русского языка, связанными с развитием речи 
   Russian 5(new5)      4    11:45--1:15    Julia Gordeeva       
   Russian 6 (new 7)      6/8 gr    12:30-2:00    Artem Kalyanov       
   Russian 8/9 (new A      7-9 gr    10:55 -12:25    Artem Kalyanov      Дети 6-7 класса из русскоговорящих семей, хорошо говорящие по-русски и умеющие бегло читать.
Основные направления учебной программы:
- расширение словарного запаса: знакомство со значением новых слов, различные формы работы со словом: (словообразование), решение ребусов, шарад, кроссвордов, подбор синонимов и антонимов, однокоренные слова;
- развитие связной устной речи: обучение пересказу (краткому и подробному, от первого и третьего лица), составление рассказа по серии картинок и на определенную тему, развития умения сравнивать, обобщать, формулировать вопросы, правильное употребление слов в зависимости от рода, падежа, числа, употребление предлогов
- знакомство с произведениями современных авторов и классиков русской литературы,
- знакомство с основными правилами грамматики русского языка по учебнику «Русский без границ»,
- развитие умения писать сочинения и изложения,
- знакомство с историей России. 
   Russian Biliq(newB      4-6    9:30--10:45    Artem Kalyanov      Дети старше 8лет из двуязычных
(русско-английских) семей испытывают трудности в общении на русском языке.Основные направления учебной программы:пражнения на понимание русской речи; расширение
словарного запаса; развитие умения использовать русский язык в овседневной жизни;дальнейшее развитие навыков чтения и письма; чтение и обсуждение
детских стихов, рассказов и сказок;
разучивание и исполнение любимых детских
песенок 
   Russian pre-k      3-4 yo    10:00-11:00    Liliya Brammer       
   Russian pre_k      4 yo    9:40-10:25    n/a     
   Second_Language_Russian Biling 1_N          8:35-9:35    Liliya Brammer       
   Second_Language_Russian BL_k/2          10:30-11:30    Tatiana Salnikova