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I enjoy playing and drawing!

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6-year-old Sasha tells us what it was like to come to Friend's House. "I'm Sasha and 6 years old. I have never been to Friend's House before. Now I came and am very happy about it. There are so many interesting things here, and my friends Tanya and Arina also come here. They are my

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So great to come to Friend's House again! I had been waiting so long and asking when I could come. I missed everybody. After the lessons, I have lunch at school and then I run directly to Friend's House. We have nice weather and a trampoline. I could jump on it all day, from morning

Take me back to school

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Hi, it's Zheka with you. I've been missing you. Do you miss me? I'll tell you someting about myself and other kids, because this is not just about me. I was really happy about the first quarantine last year. It gave me a legitimate reason not to go to school. I was hilarious and smiled

Birthday Party over Zoom, in English 😃

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Stuart teaches us English over Zoom. He had a birthday and he wanted to treat us to a party together with him. Julia fetched us goodies, and we ate and played wordgames together. I loved it enormously and want to have a similar party again another time. - Kristina, 12 I enjoyed the party Stuart

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We are in strict quarantine again. Our village is in the red zone, so we couldn't return to school after the spring vacation. We are in distant education once again. This was really hard for me earlier, because I had no Internet connection. I asked my classmates what homework we had and then did the

Children’s Blog – Ruslana

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Hello, dear friends! I'm Ruslana and ten years old. I live in Jaroslavka village. Just now my sister Vika and I are studying at home due to the quarantine. My youngest sister Zhenya goes to school, because she is in lower school. At home, we do our homework, take photos of them by phone and